Mpesu in Tshivenda is a tree said to be ten times stronger than common stimulants – and has drawn the most attention. Ntanganedzeni joked the Venda people were famous for having many children, suggesting that it was because of Mpesu. If you go into Joburg, the girls will say they want a Mpesu Venda man. Poachers have converged on the area to plunder Mpesu, once plentiful throughout Zimbabwe and Tanzania since it grows best there.
Botanical gardens also have tried to grow the tree; however, the soil and rain are the very best. Before drinking Mpesu, a man is given some natural herb(s) that cleans the bladder.
Mpesu Tree Also Called African Violet
Common Names: Securidaca longipedunculata (violet tree, Afrikaans: krinkhout, Bambara: satene, Tswana: mmaba, Venda: Mpesu) is a species of tree from the genus Securidaca.
The generic name is derived from Latin securis, as the form of the wing onto the nut recalls a hatchet. The specific title longipedunculata hints at the very long peduncle where the blossoms are borne.
The root of the wild Mpesu tree (Securidaca Longepeduculata) found in the villages of this Venda district near the Kruger National Park across the boundary with Zimbabwe is said to be the source.
Villagers jealously protect the trees, and local tribal chiefs have authority to market the crushed roots,” the newspaper said.
Mpesu Mageu Use
The extract from the soaked Mpesu root bark is drunk for overall purification of the bloodstream. It could be chewed for emergency or suitable usage, notably by boys and teenagers. The Mpesu root extract is also taken along with other medicines within an emetic.
Traditional experts used Mpesu more for magic compared to medicinal purposes. They state it’s the one that converts magic powders to living familiars. When used as an ingredient in dzovheyo, it’s believed to trigger other medicines to create foam usually identified in dzovheyo. A decoction of the Mpesu root can be applied as an anthelmintic in addition to a purgative.
Origin: South Africa
Ingredients: Wild harvested Mpesu (Securidaca longipedunculata)
Parts Used: Root/bark.
Forms: Two ounces of powder or 60 vegetable capsules (550-600 mg).
How to use:
Place one heaped teaspoon of Mpesu in a cup.
Add enough boiling water to fill 1/2 of the cup.
Allow the water in the cup to cool.
Strain and consume twice a day.
Capsules: Take 1 capsule 2 times a day with water or favorite beverage.
The gel caps we use are Vegicaps (vegetable) and are all-natural. No Animal By-Products, Starch Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Preservative Free, Ethylene Oxide, and Sulfite FREE!
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