Haiti: Té pou Gonfliman - 3 fey Kachiman, 3 fey Fobazen, Po Chadèk

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Nan peyi d'Haiti, le ou manje twop epi ou gonfle, ou pa bezwen ale kan famasi pou ashte remed. Pran 3 fey kachiman, 3 fey fobasin, yon ti po chadèk, bouyi yo, epi wap tou nèf, se sa matant mwen di-m... LOL...

Eske sa mache tou bon vre?

Depi mwen ti moun piti an Haiti se as granmoun te konn ban mwen bwè...

Genyen anpil remed natirel an Haiti pou divès maladi ak inconvenyans ki kapab gate joun yon moun nan peyi a.

Nan Diaspora, nenpot ti maladi, Haitien an kouri ale nan famasi pou achte remed, en Haiti, Haitien an kouri ale deye lakay li lote li pante tout ti pye bwa ki kapab fe yon bon te sel...

Fey kachiman, fobazen, ak lot fey pou te, wap jwen sa deye lakay majorite kay an Haiti.

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