What is Manjankani (Jamu)?
Jamu (Manjakani) is an Indonesian herb. In English, it is called Oak Gall.
Quercus Infectoria is a small shrub, or tree, from 4-6 ft in height. The stems are crooked, the leaves borne on short petioles, 1-1½ inches long, oblong, with a few coarse mucronate teeth on each side, bluntly mucronate, rounded and rather unequal at the base, smooth, bright-green, and shining on the upper side.
Manjakani has been known for decades as a herb used by women mainly in the Middle East, Mediterranean, Indian Subcontinent, Malaya Peninsula and Indonesia.
Women use manjakani to avoid their husbands sleeping with other women. This is mainly because of the fact that vaginal muscles loosen up after childbirth. Use of this herb tightens the vaginal muscles and gives the body a younger looking appearance and keep the husbands at home - A modern and special herbal formula for women who care about their appearance and sexuality.
Manjakani possess a unique astringency and has an anti-inflammation factor that rebuilds the vaginal cells resulting in the toning of vagina tissues and at the same time, restores suppleness and rejuvenates the nerves in the vagina. Hence, it increases sexual pleasures and ultimately better intimate sex.
If used regularly, this herb helps to eliminate excessive vaginal discharge and its accompanying odor. It is useful in maintaining / restoring the elasticity of the vaginal muscles.
Warning: Pregnant women should avoid using this herb