Discovering Yamoa

The African continent has had its own version of doctors or healers called Shamans for centuries. These shamans treated patients with medicinal plants available in the luscious forests present all over the land. One such village healer was Aku Asirifia who cured asthma, respiratory allergies and hay fever with her special powder. By rule, shamans never disclosed the source of their medicines in order to protect the forest from abuse. However, in the mid 1980s when word of hundreds of patients getting relieved of their chronic asthma troubles spread around the region, Akua’s fame spread wide. A Swiss doctor called Dr. Miser from a local missionary hospital in Ghana heard about her miraculous cures for asthma and approached her to share her secret and even though Akua refused, she gave him some medicine to treat and cure his own mild asthma. Dr. Miser was surprised with the results and requested her again to share the remedy, but to no avail.

However, when Akua’s grandson Jerry Yamoa migrated to the UK to make a living he saw the number of people who suffered from asthma and with a desire to help them approached his grandmother. With a tribal ceremony she finally passed on the secret to him before she passed away, and he carried along some powder to help his colleagues at the Nine Elms Post Office back in England. 90% of sufferers got better and put to rest their inhalers and asthma medications forever.

Jerry Yamoa introduced his ‘Yamoa™ Powder’ to the UK in the mid 1990s and it has been used by many thousands of people who have heard of it through word of mouth and referral. Having received so many positive customer reviews it sparked off interest in the research community where scientists all over the globe have initiated and published their own laboratory experiments on the herb. Some of which can be read here.

Why Yamoa?

Yamoa has been traditionally used by tribes in Africa to aid in the recovery from respiratory and allergic conditions.

Made from the ground bark of the Funtumia Elastica gum tree (Silk Rubber Tree) found only in West Africa, it contains no other additives or fillers.

Yamoa has antioxidant, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibiotic properties because it contains anthocyanins, flavonoids, tannins, natural anti-fungals and unique polysaccharides which stimulate the immune system and has even shown potential in the lab to fight infectious disease.

How to use Yamoa

One capsule twice a day (morning and evening) with water.
Most people find they get results within the first month. 60 capsules will last approximately one month for adults. Research indicates optimum results will be achieved after two months.

Mix entire contents of one bottle of Yamoa powder with a 1lb jar of honey. Take one teaspoon twice a day.

Yamoa experiences from around the World