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What is the meaning of AIDS?  It is an ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY.  Your body does not start with AIDS; it is acquired through malnutrition and neglect.  AIDS does not kill anyone; it is the bacterial and viral diseases which take advantage of a weak immune system that kills!  A powerful food that is also a powerful antibiotic and antiviral, can hold down the progress of disease, and fight the germs that cause premature death.

What is more encouraging is that, when we realize that each person in the tropical world can grow this tree anywhere, in their own back yard, or on large farms, the developing world no longer has to beg for pharmaceuticals from Europe and America to heal their sick and combat malnutrition.  Precious income from exports will not be squandered on imported foods, much of which is very poor quality, and lacking in essential nutrients, such as white flour, white sugar and white rice.

In America and in western countries, where we have been told that we enjoy the highest standard of living and the best quality foods, we now know that much of this food lacks nourishment and provide ‘empty calories’; it is a high caloric content with very little nutrition.  We must remember also that diseases that plague the western food chain today, ‘mad cow disease’, ‘foot and mouth disease’, ‘salmonella’ and ‘Escherichia coli’, have made the western diet as dangerous for human consumption as we have been led to believe the food in 3rd world nations is.  This western diet has not made Americans and Europeans healthy, and it is time for a change.

With Moringa as a central dietary supplement, and including the dietary plan of the Mama Moringa Self Healing System, we can change the statistics and change our own fate.  We do not have to accept early death and annihilation, which has been predicted and repeated from the medical institutions, the halls of science and the media.  We can turn things around by joining Dr. Andoh and Mama Kali, the North Scale Institute and the African based NGO, the Non Government Organization, AAHAS, by teaching health professionals about the virtues of Moringa, teaching farmers how to grow and harvest Moringa, teaching local entrepreneurs throughout the tropical world how to prepare Moringa for world-wide distribution.  They can learn how to prepare and package the leaf powder, and export it to the markets of Europe and America.

Black people who do not live in tropical countries, and who can not grow the tree in their own back yard, can serve as distributors of the packaged products, selling Moringa to friends and family members, church members and club members, co-workers and sports partners.

Moringa can be a financial ticket to success and financial liberation for black people, African people, at home and abroad.  Join Dr. Kweku Andoh and Mama Kali, the North Scale Institute and AAHAS to bring the reality of vibrant health, financial security and long life to yourself, your family, your community and your future. Let US DO SOMETHING.

MAMA MORINGA IS THE WAY — MAMA MORINGA IS THE SAVIOR

LET US DO SOMETHING FOR OUSELVES!!!

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Sister Rita — Hospital Silence, Senegal

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Dr. Hemphill, CWS, among Moringa (Nebedaye) trees:  Andoh and each person planting in garden of Santhiaba Dispensary

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Santhiaba Dispensary

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Belford Dispensary, Ms. Josephine Samatey of CWS Dakar, looks on as Dr. Andoh presents a seedling of Moringa (Nebedaye) to Nurse/Midwife Ms. Blanche Diatta who is holding a baby that was brought to the clinic near death from malnutrition, after the child's mother died.  Lowell Fuglie of CWS Dakar looks on.

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Grandmother saved the life of her grandson when her daughter died.  Too poor to feed the baby properly, she brought him to the Belford Dispensary, where he was put on Moringa (Nebedaye), and has since made a full recovery.  


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Regional Counsel of Ziguinchor, southern Senegal

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Heads of the Medical Department at the Regional offices, Ziguinchor.  Gifts of Moringa seedlings given by Dr. Andoh to medical officials.


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Governor Biram Sarr, shakes hands with CWS Dr. Hew Anwyl, as Andoh looks on.  Governor Sarr told us that he uses Moringa in his daily diet to control high blood pressure.

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Moringa stands at Koubalan village where a water project was sponsored for a women's farming group.  They planted Moringa trees, and fresh vegetables for the village and as a cash crop

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Staff at Bignona Hospital with women and children in the background.


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