Abrewanana a powerful spiritual herbalist emerges in Ghana

A young dynamic and powerful traditional spiritual herbalist emerges in Ghana and many are being spiritually liberated, healed and being prospered. Abrewanana as she is popularly known is a self-styled Astrologist & Psychic who has mysterious herbal application formulas that are surprisingly working successfully for interested followers known as Wellness Through Nature Family

A dynamic and powerful traditional spiritual herbalist emerges in Ghana and many are being spiritually liberated, healed and being prospered.

Abrewanana as she is popularly known is a self-styled Astrologist & Psychic who has mysterious herbal application formulas that are surprisingly working successfully for interested followers known as Wellness Through Nature Family.

Archaeological evidence indicates that the use of medicinal plants dates back to the Paleolithic age, approximately 60,000 years ago. Written evidence of herbal remedies dates back over 5,000 years to the Sumerians, who compiled lists of plants.

What is the history of herbs? Herbs have been used throughout written history, and probably much longer. They were depicted on cave paintings in France, dated between 13,000 B.C. and 25,000 B.C. It is speculated that early humans probably discovered myriad uses for wild plants through trial and error.

Who invented herbal medicine? Although written records about medicinal plants dated back at least 5,000 years to the Sumerians, who described well-established medicinal uses for such plants as laurel, caraway, and thyme, archaeological studies have shown that the practice of herbal medicine dates as far back as 60,000 years ago in Iraq and 8,000 …

Who invented herbal medicine? Although written records about medicinal plants dated back at least 5,000 years to the Sumerians, who described well-established medicinal uses for such plants as laurel, caraway, and thyme [4], archaeological studies have shown that the practice of herbal medicine dates as far back as 60,000 years ago in Iraq and 8,000 …

Critical analysis of definitions of herbal medicine and spiritual healing shows a broad range of characteristics and elements that make the two interwoven and therefore hardly distinguished from each other. As such, there has been no standard definition for spiritual healing and herbal medicine as both terms can refer to widely varying practices, and there are many ways in which they overlap. It is for this reason and for purposes of this work, that both the terms spiritual healing and herbal medicine are used to refer to traditional medicine.

Pamelove or Maame Serwaa aka Abrewanana, the dynamic fasting growing herbalist, Astrologist & Psychic gave a brief of her bio and the truth behind her gift as a herbalist and her current name Abrewa Nana.

On several media channels, the Ace herbalist , Astrologist & Psychic have revealed the beginning of her herbal knowledge mysteries.

It started after she had an encounter with a barren blind aged woman who happens to be a herbalist. Due to her visual impairment, this lonely blind aged woman identifies herbs by their scents and administer their doses to heal the sick, Pamelove recalls.

This blind ages woman happens to reside along her route to school every morning and each morning she finds this aged blind woman seated at the same place crying.

Maame Serwaa said the daily scene of the blind aged woman in tears had always touched her heart and on several occasions, she had given all the daily foods she was carrying in her bag to school to the blind old woman as a gift.

This, she said had drawn the attention of the blind aged woman to establish a friendly bond with her until one day this aged blind woman said to her ”little girl, because of the good things you have been doing to me, one day you will remember me”.

That was all the aged blind woman herbalist told her.

Pamelove reveals that long after this aged blind woman had died and she had also completed school and left that area to another place of abode, she started having dreams in which someone teaches her specific herbs that cure specific illnesses.

The dreams continued until she started implementing the herbs and guides being revealed to her in dreams…and to her surprise, they were working perfectly.

In the below video, an online media channel granted Abrewanana an exclusive interview

Pamelove is known to have not been to any herbal school of technics so the healing success she was achieving with her herbal application as a herbalist resulted in people naming her Abrewa Nana. Abrewa Nana is a local Ghanaian name that literally means a mature aged woman.

Pamelove, Maame Serwaa or Abrewanana as she is known, is the current fastest growing herbalist in Ghana with massive social media followers.

A spy on her Facebook page confirmed to First Ghana News the good works, healing, success and protection guide she is rendering to interested masses.

Abrewanana a powerful spiritual herbalist emerges in Ghana
her Facebook has 4.8 (20 Reviews) and still growing

First Ghana News has been following young and energetic Abrewanana’s videos and directions and has this to say in our opinion.

Pamelove or Maame Serwaa popularly known as Abrewanana, the CEO of Abrewanan herbal shop is one of a kind. We see her existence as a gift from God, and one that is here in Ghana, through whom, many will be healed, saved from spiritual captivities, sickness, and curses of witchcraft and wizardry…including personal individual predicament as a result of certain transgressions.

It gets to a time in everyone’s life when you wish you have something that could return everything your enemies do against you back to them spiritually. It is an individual choice to try one of Abrewanana’s videos guides, especially the one below called ‘back to sender spell’.

we found this on her Facebook page and heard a testimony somewhere.

Abrewanana a powerful spiritual herbalist emerges in Ghana
Back to sender spell … say what’s bothering you and ask Angel of God to send them back to sender
ingredients:
Lime
Salt
Nails or hair
Alligator pepper or do as I say, honey
Red cloth
With a strong prayer
Cut the lime into two and put ur hair or nails in the middle and close it, get ur stone salt and put the salt and lime in a red cloth and put Aligator pepper in ur mouth or lick Do as I say, honey and pray on it then u tie them together and put it under ur pillow for 3days…then u remove it and burn it.

Abrewanana, the herbalist also has a couple of products listed for sale at her head office in Kumasi.

The young and pretty woman Abrewanana gives free video guides and directions on her busy Facebook fan page, revealing the secrets of some herbal applications to your benefits and also detailing how to reach her and how to get some of her products.

Abrewanana is here and those who believe in her will be prospered immensely as well get the protection needed for them to make it successful in life.

Interested individuals can get in touch with Abrewanana herbal shop on 0249985916 or click here to find her Facebook page.

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