Quercus infectoria, also known as, Manjakani is known to benefit women's intimate organs
by JAMU by Dana Safia
Manjakani or its specific name Quercus Infectoria is a plant or tree that also has another name such as Oak Tree, Oak Galls or Mecca Manjakani. For some countries like China, Middle East, India, Malaysia, Brunei and Iran, Manjakani is used as herbal ingredients.
Manjakani is known to have many benefits to the health of women’s intimate organs as well as to address various illnesses of women. One of the functions is to treat fungus and act as a natural ingredients to make the female intimate organs become more elastic.
Manjakani has many contents. Those contents will benefit to the female organs include overcoming excessive fluid, kill bacteria and fungi, make it more tight, and increase the elasticity of vaginal muscle area. In the past, usually the fruits will be pounded until smooth. After that if it is fine, then it will be applied to the female area. There are some who make a mixture as natural herbal medicine.
Nutritional contents in manjakani:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin C
- Tannic Acid