Kitaalamu Nyongo ya Mamba [crocodile bile] siyo sumu, wachina hutumia kama vumbi la Congo kwenye ngono

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Kwa mujibu wa utafiti wa mwaka 1984 wa Prof. Norman Nyazema mbobezi wa Pharmacology wa huko Zimbabwe anasema nyongo ya mamba siyo sumu na taarifa zinaonesha ikikaushwa na kusagwa inauzwa nchi za Asia kama uchina kwa matumizi ya kuhamasisha tendo la ngono ( aphrodisiac ) kama lile vumbi la kikongo.

"Crocodile bile not poisonous: Pharmacologist
a professor in pharmacology, Norman Nyazema, has dismissed as a myth the widespread belief that crocodile bile is one of the most lethal poisons which can kill with just a small dose.

BY BLESSED MHLANGA
Addressing a Health Journalists’ Association of Zimbabwe (HeJAZ) workshop in Harare yesterday, Nyazema, a lecturer at the University of Limpopo in South Africa, said talk that crocodile bile is poisonous was a “rural myth”.

“Crocodile bile is not poisonous at all. In fact, it is being dried at the crocodile farm in Kariba and crushed before it is sold to China where it’s used as an aphrodisiac,” Nyazema said.

He said he had conducted a study in which he wanted to discover the symptoms suffered by those “poisoned” by the bile and if there could be an antidote for the poison, when he discovered that the bile was harmless.

“I did the study so that I could establish the symptoms suffered by the person poisoned by the bile and if there could be an antidote, but I found that it was not even poisonous,” Nyazema said.

Many Zimbabweans believe crocodile bile is a lethal poison, which is normally put on fingertips by those wanting to kill their victims. 1/4
Communities quickly burn the bile of a crocodile after it is killed to avoid anyone coming into contact with the bile or collecting it for fear of the alleged poisonous properties.

Nyazema said there were a number of very poisonous plants which are known by herbalists which can kill human beings with the slightest dosage.

He said it is these plants which have been used to deliver death, mostly during beer drinking outings.
“These plants can just be put on the fingertips and as people pass around the calabash, they just press their fingers on the edges and if one’s lips just touch that area, they are gone,” he said."

Source:
Crocodile bile not poisonous: Pharmacologist
Sabinet | Crocodile bile, a poison: myth or reality?

Credit to Mokaze who challenged the rest of us who believed this nonsense myth without any scientific or tangible evidence.

Says S.O.T
 
Kwa mujibu wa utafiti wa mwaka 1984 wa Prof. Norman Nyazema mbobezi wa Pharmacology wa huko Zimbabwe anasema nyongo ya mamba siyo sumu na taarifa zinaonesha ikikaushwa na kusagwa inauzwa nchi za Asia kama uchina kwa matumizi ya kuhamasisha tendo la ngono ( aphrodisiac ) kama lile vumbi la kikongo.

"Crocodile bile not poisonous: Pharmacologist
a professor in pharmacology, Norman Nyazema, has dismissed as a myth the widespread belief that crocodile bile is one of the most lethal poisons which can kill with just a small dose.

BY BLESSED MHLANGA
Addressing a Health Journalists’ Association of Zimbabwe (HeJAZ) workshop in Harare yesterday, Nyazema, a lecturer at the University of Limpopo in South Africa, said talk that crocodile bile is poisonous was a “rural myth”.

“Crocodile bile is not poisonous at all. In fact, it is being dried at the crocodile farm in Kariba and crushed before it is sold to China where it’s used as an aphrodisiac,” Nyazema said.

He said he had conducted a study in which he wanted to discover the symptoms suffered by those “poisoned” by the bile and if there could be an antidote for the poison, when he discovered that the bile was harmless.

“I did the study so that I could establish the symptoms suffered by the person poisoned by the bile and if there could be an antidote, but I found that it was not even poisonous,” Nyazema said.

Many Zimbabweans believe crocodile bile is a lethal poison, which is normally put on fingertips by those wanting to kill their victims. 1/4
Communities quickly burn the bile of a crocodile after it is killed to avoid anyone coming into contact with the bile or collecting it for fear of the alleged poisonous properties.

Nyazema said there were a number of very poisonous plants which are known by herbalists which can kill human beings with the slightest dosage.

He said it is these plants which have been used to deliver death, mostly during beer drinking outings.
“These plants can just be put on the fingertips and as people pass around the calabash, they just press their fingers on the edges and if one’s lips just touch that area, they are gone,” he said."

Source:
Crocodile bile not poisonous: Pharmacologist
Sabinet | Crocodile bile, a poison: myth or reality?

Credit to Mokaze who challenged the rest of us who believed this nonsense myth without any scientific or tangible evidence.

Says S.O.T


Mkuu, a big credit to you too for sparing your time for us all only to expose the long time hidden truth about Croc bile whether it is poison or not.

My worries started when I experienced the notion that the bile is poisonous is prevalent in Central, Eastern and southern Africa only whereas Crocs are also found in other parts of the world in which you would never hear peoples of those areas claiming crocs bile is poison.

Alligators are crocs found in the US and Canada, Caimans are found in the Amazon, never can you hear such nonsense, fallacy and myth that crocs bile is poison!!, above all there is no single scientific evidence from any recognised institution or any research to prove the bile to be poison only the evidence you have presented have proved the opposite.

Those who ponders deep in matters looking for truth are those who always succeed,-- this is the attribute which white men surpass black men.
 
Kwa mujibu wa utafiti wa mwaka 1984 wa Prof. Norman Nyazema mbobezi wa Pharmacology wa huko Zimbabwe anasema nyongo ya mamba siyo sumu na taarifa zinaonesha ikikaushwa na kusagwa inauzwa nchi za Asia kama uchina kwa matumizi ya kuhamasisha tendo la ngono ( aphrodisiac ) kama lile vumbi la kikongo.

"Crocodile bile not poisonous: Pharmacologist
a professor in pharmacology, Norman Nyazema, has dismissed as a myth the widespread belief that crocodile bile is one of the most lethal poisons which can kill with just a small dose.

BY BLESSED MHLANGA
Addressing a Health Journalists’ Association of Zimbabwe (HeJAZ) workshop in Harare yesterday, Nyazema, a lecturer at the University of Limpopo in South Africa, said talk that crocodile bile is poisonous was a “rural myth”.

“Crocodile bile is not poisonous at all. In fact, it is being dried at the crocodile farm in Kariba and crushed before it is sold to China where it’s used as an aphrodisiac,” Nyazema said.

He said he had conducted a study in which he wanted to discover the symptoms suffered by those “poisoned” by the bile and if there could be an antidote for the poison, when he discovered that the bile was harmless.

“I did the study so that I could establish the symptoms suffered by the person poisoned by the bile and if there could be an antidote, but I found that it was not even poisonous,” Nyazema said.

Many Zimbabweans believe crocodile bile is a lethal poison, which is normally put on fingertips by those wanting to kill their victims. 1/4
Communities quickly burn the bile of a crocodile after it is killed to avoid anyone coming into contact with the bile or collecting it for fear of the alleged poisonous properties.

Nyazema said there were a number of very poisonous plants which are known by herbalists which can kill human beings with the slightest dosage.

He said it is these plants which have been used to deliver death, mostly during beer drinking outings.
“These plants can just be put on the fingertips and as people pass around the calabash, they just press their fingers on the edges and if one’s lips just touch that area, they are gone,” he said."

Source:
Crocodile bile not poisonous: Pharmacologist
Sabinet | Crocodile bile, a poison: myth or reality?

Credit to Mokaze who challenged the rest of us who believed this nonsense myth without any scientific or tangible evidence.

Says S.O.T
Vumbi la Kongo siyo aphrodisiac
 
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