Kemet and Science: Medicine — African Progressive

Kemetyu medicine was a considerable science which contained the beginnings of a methodical approach, especially in the observation of symptoms, and this method doubtless passed to posterity by reason of its importance. The Kemetyu doctor examined his patient and determined the symptoms of his complaint. He then made his diagnosis and prescribed treatment. All the extant texts describe this sequence, from which it may be concluded that it was standard procedure. The examination was made in two stages some days apart if the case was unclear. Among the ailments identified and competently described and treated by Kemetyu doctors were gastric disorders, stomach swelling, skin cancer, coryza, laryngitis, angina pectoris, diabetes, constipation, haemorrhoids, bronchitis, retention and incontinence of urine, bilharzia, ophthalmia, etc.

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Ancient Kemet(Egypt) Afrikan /Sayingz — NOMAD WOMAN

Originally posted on newafrikan77: “Knowing Oneself!” was the most important spiritual ideas of Ancient Kemetians. The spiritual aspect of this idea is that within woman and man live the Netert/Neter(goddess/god) and the heavens(Universe) Another famous saying from ancient Egypt is “The kingdom of heaven is within oneself and the person who knows himself shall find…

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Ancient Egypt-the Nile — 5egblog

During our ancient Egyptian topic,we learned different categories but our favourite was the river Nile.Did you know every year in ancient Egypt the Nile flooded and spreader special black silt across the land which fertilised it?!🌴 Beside the Nile, a rich,green strip of land so farmers could easily harvest the rare bit of nature next […]

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FUL MEDAMES- EGYPTIAN FAVA BEANS — QORA

Ful medames is an ancient Egyptian dish with origins that date back to the time of the pharaohs. This simple dish is a slow-simmered combination of fava beans seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice, garlic and spices. This is the daily breakfast meal for millions of Egyptians. It takes time to prepare this dish because most […]

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