Mens Health Matters the Ngci Herbal Tonic


This month we look at important figures in our lives, Fathers, brother’s sons, and husbands, Men Health Matters, Mens Health makes better men, It’s a guide to living better, healthier, fuller lives and it covers every aspect from fitness, health through wealth, skin, body muscles and organs. We live in an age where we seem to forget our men and focus on moms, girls and all that.

This month Phepisa dedicates itself to really taking care of our dedicated men and we are promoting the Ngci Herbal Tonic.’

We celebrate and appreciate the existence of all men in our country, With the Ngci Herbal Tonic. Throughout time men have used herbs to help generate and restore their bodies, the herbs and blend have been revered for centuries as tonics for men. Men like, regular women, need to care for both their internal organs and external structure. Diet regular exercise and stress management practices are essentials but there are several areas of health including heart and prostate health that men need to support especially as they age.

I must make note that the male reproductive system is one of the most important parts of the body and maintaining good reproductive health is essential for sexual development t and procreation, however many men tend to overlook their reproductive health and as a result, can lead to numerous complications and diseases. I also emphasize that good reproductive health depends on diet, lifestyle, medical conditions, occupational exposure, and many other factors.

With our Ngci Herbal Tonic we guarantee lifelong health and wellness for all our gentlemen, Ngic Herbal Tonic is referred to as a medial or healing herbs according to ancient knowledge or IKS which are special plants that offer extraordinary health benefits, which work to bring the mind, body and spirit into greater balance and harmony and are safe to take and drink daily in support of lifelong wellness. Here at PHEISA encourage you to not only use our NGCI HERBAL TONIC but to also do the following:






Male Reproduction System: The male reproductive organs, or genitals, that are both inside and outside the pelvis, the male genitals include:
• The testicles
• The duct system, which is made up of the epididymis and the vas deferens
• The accessory gland, which includes the seminal vesicles and prostate gland
• The penis

What does the Male Reproduction system do :
 The male sex organ works together to produce and release semen into the reproductive system of the female during sexual intercourse. The male reproductive system also produces sex hormones, which help a boy to develop into a sexually mature man during puberty.

PUBERTY: The period during which adolescents reach sexual maturity and become capable of reproduction

Let’s all take care of our reproductive system the benefits are everlasting and great.
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Blood circulation is one of the most important functions in the body. It supplies oxygen to the brain and other organs. It’s what makes our bodies work. It can also promote healthier skin and helps cell growth. Poor blood circulation can be caused by smoking, lack of exercise, sitting in one place for too long, and blood clots. increasing your blood circulation. There are many ways to increase the flow of blood in your body to ensure good circulation. Things such as exercise and whole based nutrition can help increase your blood flow.
Your blood vessels dilate as you exercise, which increases blood flow.

Even just 30 minutes of exercise can help increase your blood flow. Exercise is especially important for those who sit at work all day or even just at school. Here at Phepisa recognize that you have one body one life and you also need to take care of the organs existing inside your body.

That’s  why we recommend the BLOOD AND SKIN TONIC
A wonderful tonic carefully made from ancient knowledge of traditional medicinal herbs. It stimulates digestion, circulation, and sweating. The ginger added helps in the elimination of toxins and waste material from the colon, liver, and kidneys. Increases bile flow and triggers liver cell regeneration. This Imbiza is used as a blood purifier.
Supports the reduction of skin ailments
Promotes clearer skin and improved skin tone
Promotes energy levels
Helps reduce congestion
improves digestion and absorption of nutrients

Basically, it works your organs inside and your skin out sides it serves as toner, cleanser, and everything you need in a spoon. 

We also kindly advice and recommend that you remember to include food high in Vitamin C and E which can help to improve blood flow. Adding ginger and garlic to your dishes can help circulation. Cayenne pepper has been shown to improve the flow of blood. Certain amino acids can help to improve the blood flow in your body.

Arginine is an amino acid that can help to improve blood circulation. It creates nitric oxide in the body which is crucial for good circulation. With its power to improve blood flow, it also promotes a healthy immune system and healthier hair growth. Blood and Skin tonic applies this bt for further options I personally recommend a well healthy balanced meal, Remeber we produce traditional medicine and all our products are made of strictly natural and organic herbs. Basically what I’m saying is remember to always eat healthy like the old saying ‘One apple a day keeps the doctor awake.’

Always get your self-checked because a local doctor or GP is your first point of contact for non-emergency and preventative medical care during clinic hours (which will vary for each clinic). GPs are trained in medicine and are qualified to treat people for general health problems, such as illnesses or injuries that cannot be treated by over-the-counter medication.

Here at Phepisa encourage a healthy balanced diet and that you are conscious of what you put in your body and on top. Regular Doctor appointments checking are of the most importance. In meantime get our Blood and Skin Tonic to assist you with your Health and Wellness check follow s on: Twitter @ PhepisaN

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Today we picketed around Johannesburg with Traditional Healers Organization together with NGOs, Human Rights Formations. To deliver a memorandum, of demand to the provincial legislature Speaker. To demand equality, to be treated with dignity, inclusion in all planning and decision-making process of health, the end to Apartheid of medicine. They want to be recognized as practitioners who do decent jobs.

I was there observing the passion and enthusiasm of Healers around Gauteng who walked from Deville’s Street to 45 Risski, Singing traditional songs and showing that they want to be acknowledged and recognized in South Africa. THO slogan is ‘Unity is a strength.’ I’m proud to announce that the memorandum was received and welcomed by the Speaker she assured the congregants that the will do a follow-up and should receive a response promptly. African Healing medicine and the art and craft of healing has long existed in Southern Africa, there is generational knowledge passed.

We need to encourage the government to foster the legacy. Healers need to be protected and they are human. This is symbolic to today’s Human Rights Day where South Africa commemorates the unlawful killings of 69 people and wounding of 180 people who were gathered to peaceful protest against the pass laws of the then government. This day marked an affirmation by ordinary people, rising in unison to proclaim their rights. It has become an iconic date that our country’s history that today we commemorate as Human Rights Day as a reminder of our rights and the cost paid for our treasured human rights. Human rights is not a luxury or privilege it is a right that every single human being should have. Let’s put those affected in our thoughts and prayers. To our loyal customers have a peaceful Holiday HAPPY HUMAN RIGHTS DAY.

Prayers for South Africa’s Sanusi Ntate Vusimuzi Credo Mutwa.

Known too many as the only surviving Shaman in Southern Africa, his greatness Ntate Credo Mutwa born in Zululand on the 21st of July 1921, Ntate credo Mutwa is Sangoma (Traditional Healer ), Soothsayer ,Sanusi , Seer and Authors his books include: ‘Indaba My Children, Song of the Stars: The Lore of a Zulu Shaman .’ and many more exciting books . His predictions, prophecies, and knowledge is undoubtedly the most accurate in histories of the World, We can all recall him predicting the resignation of former President Thabo Mbeki and the tragedy of 9/11 in the USA. A celebrated psychic, a philosopher has contributed a lot in the preservation and advocacy of traditional medicine, origins of humankind and a force to be record with. Professor Pitika Ntuli once described him as ‘A very rare specimen as African in a true sense of what an African was really meant to be , He is a person who draws his substance from the umbilical cord that links him to the land.’

We appreciate and recognize his wealth of knowledge and his unique talent of scalping and storytelling.

We are saddened to hear of his ill health and we too here take it to be our responsibility not only that but our calling to also sent prayers to God and the Gods for his recovery. The Mutwa family has requested fellow South Africans to pray for the 98-year-old who was once a vibrant storyteller, artist, and prophet. His daughter Nosipho Mutwa noted that ‘Ubaba can be able to talk but there is that bit of aggression because of his age but he is not energetic like before. We always pray for elders so let’s pray for Baba to just age gracefully.’

‘Praying that you get well soon and experience the joys of being healthy again.’ Phephsile Maseko

‘We hope each day brings renew strength and that much closer to recovery, May You health graciously .’ The Team

As noted Baba Credo Mutwa is the Sanusi, the highest level of Shaman one can get, and we too need to recognize that and his contribution to the world of literary arts and culture is emince and needs to be treasured. We plea to our dearest customers to also engage and pray for Baba and may in time he too get well. ‘ Eye am my ancestor’s keeper.’ Makhosi.


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