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Contact Name: Martin Goetz-Jablonowski
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Proven Natural Remedy for Asthma and Hay fever just got cheaper.

Natural Remedy Clinic has Dropped the Price of Yamoa Capsules

London, United Kingdom, July 10, 2006

The hay fever season is in full swing and so far the most effective natural treatment against this ailment has been Yamoa. Yamoa is grown and harvested in Africa and then tested for contamination and hermetically packed under food grade hygiene conditions as a supplement that is taken orally. The capsules (vegi) make it easy to swallow the Yamoa powder. Natural Remedies Clinic has been able to create a package for a two months dosage which cuts costs for consumers.

Research has shown that the use of Yamoa powder is very effective in helping to cure Asthma and Hay fever patients. In 2002 a study by Dr Eccles at the Chiron Clinic found that 70% of all Asthma and Hay fever patients benefited from a really marked improvement with Yamoa Powder, and that over 33% of all those who used Yamoa Powder claimed to be cured within only a few months of use. Ongoing research and the feedback received strengthen the above figures.

It is recommended that those who use Yamoa Powder do so for at least two months and Natural Remedy Clinic will now ship the product in a two month supply of 60 grams of powder in 120 vegi caps. The decrease in manufacturing, packaging, and shipping costs is passed on as a price reduction to the customer.

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Say goodbye to Hay Fever in two month with Yamoa

In time for the hay fever season Natural Remedies Clinic is now able to supply a two month dosage of Yamoa capsules in one convenient package, passing on savings directly to the consumer.

The Yamoa powder is made from the bark of a rare strain of Futuma Elastica (Gum tree). grown in sustainable plantations in Africa. The harvested bark is shipped to the UK where it is subjected to quality and standardisation checks. Than hermetically packed under food grade hygiene conditions as a supplement that is taken orally.

The recommended treatment is at least two month and improvements should be felt by the end of the first month. Research into Yamoa has shown a high success rate. This is confirmed by direct feedback of our customers collected last year.

Dramatic results in medical research were reported as early as 2002 by Dr Eccles at the Chiron Clinic. He found that that over 70% of all Asthma and Hay fever patients benefited from a really marked improvement with Yamoa Powder. However, the really exciting news is that a third or more of sufferers claim to be cured, usually after no more than a couple of month’s treatment.

The ongoing success of a previously unreported traditional African extract from a rare Funtumia Elastica tree is causing real excitement as a natural treatment with some users even claiming a full cure for their Asthma or Hay fever. A natural, organic supplement,Yamoa powder is now having a significant impact on the lives of thousands of sufferers in the USA and UK. Already known to some naturopathic and herbal practitioners, this treatment is now being subjected to intense scientific research and analysis by a London university.

Reacting to the large success and demand for Yamoa, specifically in capsules, these are now available in a two month supply of 60 grams of powder in 120 vegi caps. Savings in manufacturing and pachaging are reflected in the price to the consumer.

The full range of Yamoa products is available for shipping world wide from the http://www.natural-remedies-clinic.co.uk
Natural Remedies Clinic belongs to the MBGJ.Org Limited group and is a C2B outlet for research backed natural remedies.

Due to the importance of Yamoa it has its own subsite. Kindly visit Yamoa here http://www.yamoa.natural-remedies-clinic.co.uk

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Excerpt from the Daily Mail "Good Health" Tuesday, August 13, 2002 by Mark Chadbourn

The number of asthma cases is rising fast in the UK. In 1973, 4 percent of the population was diagnosed as asthmatic; in 1996, the figure was 21 percent. It is now estimated that around 3.4 million people are affected, including 750,000 pupils.

Early statistics from a study by Dr. Nyjon Eccless and nutritional therapist Althea Myrie at Harley Street's Chiron Clinic show that 48 percent of Yamoa users claim they have been completely cured of hay fever, and a third believe they've seen a marked improvement. Nearly one-third of test subjects who suffered from asthma said they'd been completely cured, while 41 percent reported a marked improvement. the effects of taking Yamoa could be seen in as little as two months in most patients.

Dr. Eccless, who has a PhD in medicine from University College Medical School, London, says he came across Yamoa a year ago. 'Some of my patients has found it on the Internet and were taking it, so I decided to run a proper trial, ' he says. 'At the moment, I'm taking formal measurements of lung capacity so that we can qualify the results scientifically, rather than relaying on patient's anecdotal evidence, but so far the results are very encouraging. 'Yamoa seems to alter the immune system so the patient is no longer sensitive to pollen triggers. It also seems that patients need to take it for only a two-month period, never again. 'A large proportion of sufferers have been cured and haven't needed to take antihistamines or use their asthma inhalers since.'

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From ‘Natural Asthma Therapies’ by CJ Poutinen
Well Being Journal, May/June 2003 Vol. 12, No. 3

Yamoa powder is an asthma remedy from Ghana that remained a closely guarded secret until 1994, when a shaman revealed it to her grandson who had moved to London, and gave him permission to share it with the world. He brought the ground bark of the Yamoa gum tree (Funtumia elastica) back to England and asked 20 fellow post office workers who suffered from asthma or hay fever to try it. All reported improvement. In fact, the asthma patients threw away their inhalers and haven’t needed them since, and they haven’t needed Yamoa again, either.

More recently, in a double blind study of 78 patients, 90 percent recovered from chronic respiratory problems. Traditionally, yamoa powder is mixed with honey and taken by the teaspoon twice a day for one month, or ¼ teaspoon of the powder (which tastes bitter) is mixed with juice or water and is taken twice a day for a month. For convenience, Yamoa powder is also available in capsules.

Considering that many asthma patients obtain lasting relief from a single one-month course, Yamoa is a bargain. In a recent customer survey, 29 percent of responding asthma patients reported they were cured, 40 percent reported marked improvement, and 19 percent reported mild improvement. Among hay fever sufferers, the cure rate was 43 percent, marked improvement 34 percent, and mild improvement 11 percent. Only one user reported an adverse side effect, an itching in the throat.

Yamoa powder doesn’t work for everyone, and it does not come with a money-back guarantee, but so many have responded well to this safe and simple remedy that the odds favour experimentation.

CJ Poutinen is the author of several books about holistic health, including Natural Relief from Aches and Pains (Keats, 2001) and The Encyclopaedia of Natural Pet Car (Keats 2000). To read the rest of this fascinating and informative article by CJ Poutinen, subscribe at: http://www.wellbeingjournal.com/ or call 001-425-888-9393 – Well Being Journal – Heralding the Integration of Medicine with Physical, Mental, Emotional, Spiritual & Social Aspects of Healing


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Deep Breath at Nine Elms
CWU (Communication Worker’s Union) Voice June 1998

It may not be a ‘miracle cure’, but colleagues of CWU member Jerry Yamoa say his asthma remedy really works. And hay fever sufferers aren’t sneezing at it either. Kay Holmes reports. At the Royal Mail centre in London’s Nine Elms, there’s an unofficial medical test going on that could take the sneeze out of summer for thousands of asthma and hay fever sufferers. Jerry Yamoa, a phg at the bookroom in Nine Elms, has a natural remedy for asthma based on a secret recipe passed down to him by his Ghanaian grandmother, Akua Asirifia. “She lived to 107 and the doctor in her village used to refer patients with asthma to her for his cure,” says Jerry. “Eventually, after I pestered her a lot, she told me which tree it was that she used.”

The Yamoa powder is basically the finely ground bark of a particular type of tree found only in Ghana. As such, it’s a totally natural remedy, though Jerry has no idea why it works. Jerry contacted CWU Voice after reading about a member disciplined for having to take time off due to asthma. Despite some scepticism where medicine and money is involved, it was hard to discount the 20 or more people who crowded around Jerry at Nine Elms to confirm that they or their loved ones had been helped by his mystery powder.

Reeta Gujadhur , a phg at Nine Elms for five years, told how her daughter Karuna had had asthma since she was 18 months old. “The doctor had given her inhalers, but I was worried about her taking steroids, so I tried Jerry’s powder last year and she’s been fine ever since.” Postman Kantilal Kerai was diagnosed with asthma three years ago. “I already had hay fever, then one day I started getting chest pains and the doctor told me it was asthma connected to my hay fever. I was given Ventolin (a common asthma medicine), which didn’t work, then a stronger drug. I was taking those for a year and just getting worse, then a colleague suggested I tried this Yamoa powder. I used to put it in tea. That was two years ago and I have had no symptoms of asthma since. I had chest pains, wheeziness, eyestrain, shortness of breath. It’s all gone. I feel so much better.” Phg Selma Carr endured the misery of hay fever for three years. “I’d never want to go through that again,” she shudders. “The doctor gave me this pump, but it didn’t really work. Then I was talking to Jerry one day and I started taking his treatment last year. It’s May now and I used to have to start taking sprays for hay fever in February, but I’m fine and it seems so natural.” Postwoman Margaret Amissah was also reassured by the naturalness of the powder when she gave it to her eleven year old daughter Anastasia. “She had asthma and very severe hay fever in summer – really badly itchy eyes and she really is cured now.” George Gyamfi, a postman at Nine Elms, had difficulty breathing and medicine prescribed by his doctor was no help. He mixed some Yamoa powder with honey and says: “ my problems had disappeared by the time I reached the last spoonful and I’ve not had any since.” Fellow Ghanaian postman Vincent Larbi had no hesitation in trying Jerry’s powder when his wife suffererd from hayfever and asthma. “Herbal remedies are quite usual in Ghana, so she was quite happy to use it, and her asthma and hayfever have disappeared.”

One of the most unusual features of Jerry’s powder is that it seems to be a one-off treatment. One bottle mixed with honey or water lasts around a month and apparently banishes asthma or hay fever entirely, as opposed to the lifetime of steroids and other drugs required by a conventional medical approach. Jerry has tried and failed to get large drug companies interested in his product – and he has the perennial problem of lack of financial backing to get the Yamoa Powder tested as a medicine himself. But he hasn’t given up and another company has expressed interest in marketing his cure as a health food.

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Alternatives - Dr Williams

The African Cure That Almost Got Away

Alternatives for the Health-Conscious Individual August 2001, Volume 9, No 2 Dr. David G. Williams

Traipsing around the world in search of cures for the last 16 or 17 years hasn’t been without its shares of failures and disappointments. For every effective remedy I uncover, I would guess that there are at least a hundred others that prove to be worthless. I can’t remember how many times I’ve traveled half way around the world to some desolate, disease-ridden village in search of a highly touted “miracle,” only to find that it was either an elaborate hoax or something that simply didn’t exist. It’s frustrating to say the least. If I focused on all the failures and dead-end roads I’ve travelled, I would have stopped doing this years ago. That hasn’t been the case however. Even with a young family at home, I’m still on the move. Last week after returning from yet another trip, I placed my backpack, stuffed with potential new ‘cures’, in the corner. My understanding wife, Wendy, kindly informed me that I needed to unpack it. She then pointed to another pile of backpacks and bags that still hadn’t been unpacked from my last three trips. Lately, I’ve been packing a bag to leave before I unpack from my last trip. (I unpacked all-well almost all-of my backpacks and cancelled a trip last week. I spent the weekend camping with my wife, my nine-year-old daughter, Meagan, and my son, Mason. It was Mason’s seventh birthday.) I’m leaving again next week. It’s not always easy to leave home, but stories like the following one keep me on the trail of new cures.

Gumshoe, Black Goo, and Voodoo

Several years ago, I received reports of two natural remedies from Ghana in Africa. One was a foul smelling black liquid that was supposed to cure impotency. The other was a powder that reportedly cured asthma and hay fever. After considerable effort, I did finally find the so-called impotency cure. I collected samples and also had samples sent back to my office in Texas. It was a foul-smelling , nasty black liquid. Unfortunately – or maybe fortunately – before I had a chance to test it, it turned into a mass of orange and gray mildew. The mailed sample that made it back to Texas looked even worse when it arrived. It had fermented and had leaked through all the packaging. I’ve always felt fortunate that I wasn’t arrested by customs or postal authorities for trying to bring it into the country. I was never able to find the powder that reportedly cured asthma. My sources told me that a lady healer or shaman was dispensing the cure to locals. The source of the powder was a closely guarded secret that had been passed down from African shaman to shaman for generations. I was disappointed at not finding the powder, but as I’ve said, it happens a lot.

A Cold Trail Heats Up

Then, a couple of months ago, I got a call from one of my contacts and was told the powder I had been looking for years ago was now being sold in London. After doing some serious investigative work, I discovered that the powder is in fact now available there. The man selling it, Jerry Yamoa, happens to be the grandson of the lady shaman I was trying to locate years ago in Ghana. Jerry told me that his grandmother was a traditional healer who lived near Agogo, in the Ashanti region of Ghana. Her name was Akua Asirifia. During the 1970s and 1980s, she became quite famous in the area for curing people’s asthma problems. Although she was approached on numerous occasions to reveal her secret remedy, she always declined. She was afraid that once the remedy became commercialized it would become too expensive for those who needed it. During this time, Jerry emigrated to England and got a job working with the post office. He returned to Ghana in the mid-1990s and, after seeing how helpful the remedy was for asthma sufferers, he eventually persuaded his grandmother to give him the secrets of the powder so he could take it ba ck to England.

When she reveled her sectret to her grandson, she was over 100 years old. (Her exact age was unknown, but when I last spoke with Jerry about the subject, he said she always told that when World War II started she was 52 years of age. Unfortunately, I’m sure we lost a wealth of traditional healing knowledge when Akua passed away at the age of 107.) Jerry returned with the powder to London in the mid-1990s and used it successfully on several of his fellow workers at the post office. He then tried to persuade several companies to help market the asthma powder, but was unsuccessful in those efforts. It has probably worked out for the best, however, since he has recently started selling the product on his won through a company he started. (He just informed me that he quit his post office job, and is concentrating all his efforts on getting the word out on the powder.)

Ease a Wheeze or Sneeze with Trees and Bees

The rare gum tree used to make the powder is apparently the Funtumia Elastica tree. Unfortunately, there currently isn’t much information on the tree or its by-products. However, there are efforts underway to begin clinical trials on the product itself, and when those results become available I will certainly pass that information along. I have been testing the product for a couple of months now and the results I’ve seen have been very positive. Not only does it seem to work well in treating asthma, it has also been helpful for individuals with bronchitis and hay fever. Jerry says he has been seeing the same. The bitter powder is produced from the bark of a tree. To make it more palatable, you can ix it with something sweet (honey, jam, jelly etc.). I personally think that the best results are achieved when you use a raw honey that has been produced locally. The honey helps supply small amounts of pollen and other allergens to further “acclimate” your immune system.

The powder is called Yamoa Powder and comes in 30-gram containers. This quantity is considered a 30-day supply. Those I’ve spoken with say one container is usually all that’s needed to correct asthma and hay fever problems. The most common method of taking the powder is as follows. Thoroughly mix the entire 30-gram container of powder with a one-pound jar of honey. Stir the mixture again before each subsequent use. Take one teaspoon in the morning with breakfast and a second at dinnertime. (For children age 2 through 12, use only ½ teaspoon of the mixture twice a day instead of a full teaspoon. For children under 2 years of age, you still use ½ teaspoon twice daily, but you shouldn’t mix it with honey. I would suggest using either a naturally sweetened jam - free of sugar and artificial sweeteners - or, even better, an unsweetened bottle of baby food fruit.) Safe, Steady, and Available I haven’t seen any reports of, or spoken with, anyone who has experienced any side effects from the powder. From what I’ve seen, Yamoa doesn’t stop asthma symptoms immediately. Most people begin to experience an improvement in their breathing and symptoms within a week to ten days. If it’s going to work for you, you should see a definite improvement within the first 30 days. But even if your problem and symptoms resolve in the first week or two, I would suggest that you continue to use the powder mixture until you consume the whole 30-day supply. One container seems to do the trick for most people. On rare occasions, it seems a few individuals have had to continue on the powder for two or three months to get complete relief.

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