Tamarind Seed For Tightening. Anyone Tried It?

Fresh Tamarind seeds just harvested.

Good Morning Madam Eya, I heard from my Northern Nigerian friend that Tamarind is a natural tightener for women of child bearing age after delivery. That it is a natural home remedy after one is done with episiotomy treatments and sitz bath.Says she removed flesh, boiled the seeds, allowed to cool a bit and kept washing for just seven days and it was fast in healing and tightening her body again. I'll like to try it but first help me confirm on the
blog too. To see if other moms have used tamarind before and what their reviews are. 
Dry Tamarind seeds grown in Northern Nigeria.

 I know the fruit is edible and cannot be harmful but would like to be enlightened a bit more about it's natural healing remedies? Please post anonymously. Hide my ID Please Eya.

Comments

  1. Anonymous4/24/2016

    Very interesting. Aunty keep up the good job.

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  2. Mrs RK4/24/2016

    Yes, it's very effective and safe. Also edible.

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  3. Anonymous4/25/2016

    Please what is the local name for Tamarind in Hausa? Or what does the market women call it for easy discretion/identification...

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  4. I call it Peper fruit though

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  5. I heard so, its called tsaymiya.

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  6. Is this that pepperish fruit found mostly at the eastern side?

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    1. Anonymous7/06/2016

      No,Dis one is sour,is found I d northern part mostly.

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  7. Anonymous4/26/2016

    What is it called in igbo I mean tamartind

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    1. Anonymous5/24/2016

      mmimmi is the igbo name. It is a bit peppery in taste

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  8. Anonymous12/15/2017

    Please it is not. I grew up in the north. it is called tsamiya. It is sour and not pepperish. it is not called pepper fruit either. Find things out before replying to questions peeps. Thank you.

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