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How To Use Taameawu (Hate Me You Die) Leaves And Garlic To Tackle Spiritual Issues [CHECK OUT]



How to use Taameawu (Hate me You Die) leaves and Garlic to tackle spiritual issues.


Taameawu is one the powerful spiritual herbs used in Africa especially Ghana. It has been the only herb in Ghana which speeds up it work spiritually when it is valued with a coin under it. Because of its powerful nature it is nearly established in all traditional homes in request to manage every single spiritual issue.


Garlic is of the powerful items used on the planet. It is used to give answers for both spiritual and physical issues. Garlic is broadly used in the Arabian nations because of its powerful nature. At the point when garlic is combined with other spiritual herbs it performs inexplicable works more than ever.

How to utilize garlic and taameawu to tackle spiritual issues:

Stage 1: Grind seven leaves of taameawu and three garlic in an earthenware bowl.

Stage 2: Add a rainwater or a stream water or a waterway or water from the well.

Stage 3: Use a white or dark filter to isolate the fluid part from the solid part.

Stage 4: speak your concerns on the solid part and burry it.

Stage 5: ask on the fluid part and apply it on your room or empty a little portion into your water and bath with it for seven days.


You will begin to see strange things in your dream yet please on the off chance that that happens don’t stop the direction continue till the seven days.

Below are the benefits of the directions:

1. It’s used for marriage issues

2. For relationship issues

3. It is used to fix financial forward leap

4. Improvement in business


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