036 – False Teeth

Written by on March 20, 2008 in Newsletter


FERTILITY PROBLEMS- MEDINA LEAVES: If you having trouble to conceive this herb may be your answer. I used it. Cousins of mine have used it after trying for years to conceive. My mother has been giving these leaves out for years. She has a long list of people that it has helped. It has helped many people struggling to have children. Apparently it strengthens the womb. You boil it like making strong black tea, let it cool and then refrigerate. Every morning as soon as you wake up before you brush your teeth even, you make your intention to conceive and you drink it on an empty stomach (be warned very bitter). What amazes me is that no one knows what it is called. It is found in Medina, Saudi Arabia. When a person goes on the tour/ziyaraat to Mount Uhud near Hamzah(RA) grave, you find people selling herbs. You make a gesture with your hand like a pregnant belly and they show you these leaves. I tried asking someone what it is called they said just tell them haml tiflun blare (oops blare is Afrikaans, I am not sure what the Arabic term for leaves is) meaning pregnant or child in Arabic. If you know what it is called please let me know? If you know someone going to Medina ask them to find out the name and bring some back. If you want to know more about this contact me for Medina Leaves info

FALSE TEETH: People will rather bungee jump, sky dive, go on the tower of terror at Gold Reef City or chew from one side of the mouth for months then go to the dentist. I am a regular at the dentist. With that magic new gel that makes you numb before the injection comes, visiting the dentist is a breeze. Main reason for my regular visits and mouth full of fillings is my addiction to that black sugary fizzy poison. I have been to three dentists to fill this one tooth right at the back of the mouth. All three of them didn’t see the big hole on the side of the tooth. It was bigger then the groot gatjie in Kimberely. All three of them were filling the wrong place. (After using xray technology). The oral hygienist was right certain places only floss can reach. Only after I decided to extract it did the fourth dentist actually see the hole. I was diagnosed with acid erosion after the fourth visit as well. The only thing that can cure it is leaving the black poison and drinking more water. Cut down on achaar, chutney, vinegar salad dressing, and anything acidic… Dental timeshare, step closer to false teeth or change my ways. Eish, Let’s hope this week’s remedy will help my cause.


“The nations morals are like its teeth, the more decayed they are the more it hurts to touch them” George Bernad Shaw


It is a natural toothbrush made from the twigs of the Salvadora persica tree, also known as the arak tree or the peelu tree. Other tree types that are used are the olive, walnut, and other trees with bitter roots.

  • In addition to strengthening the gums, preventing tooth decay and eliminating toothaches Miswaak is also said to halt further increase in decay that has already set in. Furthermore it is claimed to create a fragrance in the mouth, eliminate bad odour, improve the sense of taste and cause the teeth to glow and shine.
  • Other benefits include sharpening memory, curing headaches, creating a lustre on the face of the one who continually uses it, strengthening the eyesight, assisting in digestion and clearing the voice.
  • Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) highly recommended it’s use before religious prayer, before entering one’s house, before and after going on a journey, on Fridays, before and after sleeping, when experiencing hunger or thirst and before entering any good gathering.
  • Dental research has discovered interesting information about the miswak. Chemical analysis revealed that it contains a total of 19 natural substances, which are beneficial to dental health. Its natural antiseptics have a bactericidal action, killing harmful micro-organisms in the mouth, the tannic acid it contains has astringent qualities which protect the gums from disease, and its aromatic oils increase salivation. Because of its built-in antiseptics, the miswak needs no cleaning, and because its bristles are parallel to the handle rather than perpendicular, it can reach more easily between the teeth, where a conventional toothbrush often misses. Miswaak – Miracle Natural Toothbrush
  • How to use the miswaak?



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    Cost: R400.00 per person for the 3-day event
    7, 8 9 March 2008 9:00 – 17:00 daily Nana Memorial Hall – Foyle Street Brixton JHB
    14, 15 16 March 2008 9:00 – 17:00 daily Orchards Shopping Centre – NELSPRUIT
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    The Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) is a non-profit organisation that prides itself in taking care of South Africa’s indigenous wildlife, both injured and orphaned. CROW receives no financial aid from the government or any large concern, and are therefore solely reliant on the generosity and goodwill of the public and our fundraising initiatives. CROW has on average 600 animals under our care at any given time. As we are not open to the public (except for animal admissions) we have a two-hour guided tour on the last Sunday of every month. The gates open at 10:30 and the tour starts at 11:00. . A donation of R10 per person is asked upon entry. Refreshments are sold before and after the tour. The centre is situated at the end of Coedmore Ave, Yellowwood Park. For further information, please contact CROW on (031) 462 1127 or or visit Crow KZN

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    SMART POWER EXPO An exciting and social community expo presented in response to the load shedding and to encourage South Africans to use cheap and efficient energy sources. Alternative and ‘green’ power companies from all over WP z will be offering solar panels, wind turbines, and lots more. Findout what alternative power source is right for you with our free information stands.Venue:Provence Main Hall Wellington Contact details: Claire Alexander 021 872 0668 072 523 7282 Time: Wed evening from 6pm + all day Thurs til 8pm Entrance: Free of Charge! Latest load shedding schedules


    ANNUAL IJTIMA 2008 The preparations have begun for the International Ijtima that will be held Lenasia, Gauteng 21 March – 23 March 2008 Opposite Lenasia Muslim School. Looks like a mini Mina. Tents are being erected, ablution blocks, drainage and many other things. The brothers are working as busy as bees to get it ready for the end of the month gathering. The 3 day annual event is expected to attract well over 50 000 Muslim Brothers including overseas Jamaats, who will be participating in the various lecture programs that will be taking place. Please note the road where the Ijtima will take place between Lenasia and Lenasia South will be closed. Motorists should find alternative routes during this time.


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    Special Wedding Announcement

    Nanima would like to congratulate Zakiyya Ahmed and Bilaal Mohamed whose Nikaah will be held on the 29th of March InshaAllah. May Allah keep them happy and the comfort of each other’s eyes. Ameen.


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    Baked Teriyaki Chicken

    1 tablespoon cornstarch
    1 tablespoon cold water
    1/2 cup white sugar
    1/2 cup soy sauce
    1/4 cup cider vinegar
    1 clove garlic, minced
    1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
    1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
    12 skinless chicken thighs

    METHOD 1,2, 3
    1. In a small saucepan over low heat, combine the cornstarch, cold water, sugar, soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, ginger and ground black pepper. Let simmer, stirring frequently, until sauce thickens and bubbles.
    2. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F (220 degrees C).
    3. Place chicken pieces in a lightly greased 9×13 inch baking dish. Brush chicken with the sauce. Turn pieces over, and brush again.
    4. Bake in the preheated oven for 30 minutes. Turn pieces over, and bake for another 30 minutes, until no longer pink and juices run clear. Brush with sauce every 10 minutes during cooking


    Child Care

    Mayfair: I am looking for a daycare centre for my 11 month old baby boy in the Mayfair west area. I live in Crosby.
    Robertsham: I’m looking for a child minder or creche in the Mayfair or robertsham area;I live in baby will be 4 months next month.need to get something urgent as im goin back to work. Will appreciate it.shukran


    Lenasia: Accounting tutoring offered.
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    Lenasia: Young bride looking for contacts who do hair and makeup who will come to her house to do it, (I need sum1 for my wedding), there is this 1 lady in ext 10 in Lenz but all I know is her name Aunty Poppy….not much help coz that’s probably not her real name!!!!! Please HELP!!!!!


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    Boarding and Lodging

    Mayfair Muslim male students requires boarding accomodation in the MAyfair West/Mayfair/Crosby region. Starting on the 1st April



    MF35: 27 year old single no children can’t speak and has hearing problem seeking muslim husband that would be compatible.

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    1. Ume Kulsum says:

      Assalamu Alaikum…
      Please help me with more information on the leaves from Medina. I’m married for 6 years and have not conceived yet. I have some leaves which my relatives brought from Medina, but i am not aware how to consume them. Please help me..!!
      Jazak Allah.