To prepare an Akapulko herbal ointment prepare and follow these instructions. .
Wash fresh leaves of Akapulko thoroughly and cut in small pieces. .
Add one glass of cooking …oil or coconut oil to one glass of cut fresh leaves. .
Fry until crispy. .
Remove from the heat; strain. .
Cut 2 white candles (Esperma No. 5) into small pieces .
In a cooking pot, pour the strained oil together with the candle pieces; stir until the candle has melted. .
Pour the mixture into a clean container; cover when cool. .
Apply the Akapulko herbal ointment to affected areas twice daily. (Source: ( Full Answer )
Juan Alvarez International Airport is IN Acapulco. Due to cartel violence, most major US Airlines (Delta, American 4 example) have pulled out of the city. But you can still ca…tch one major airline in AeroMexico, which flies all the way from many destinations in the USA and around the world, or combine AeroMexico's services with a low cost, such as Interjet or Volaris. Low cost airlines in Mexico are safe and offer modern Airbus jets. ( Full Answer )
i am flying from Manchester international airport UK to acapulco in Mexico, how long should the flight take ? i am flying from Manchester international airport UK to acapulco …in Mexico, how long should the flight take ? ( Full Answer )
Akapulko or Acapulco in English is a shrub found throughout the Philippines. It is known under various names in different regions in the country. Locals call the plant katanda…, andadasi, and palochina in Tagalog, Ilocos and in the Visayas regions, respectively. The shrub belongs to the family of Leguminosae, and grows about one to two meters tall. It has thick branches and the leaves are embraced with 8 to 20 leaflets that are oblong-elliptical in shape. The flowers of the Akapulko have oblong sepals, and its fruits are tetragonal, which are also winged and glabrous. A medicinal herb that contains chrysophanic acid, a fungicide used to treat fungal infections, like ringworms, scabies, and eczema. Akapulko also contains saponin, a laxative that is useful in expelling intestinal parasites. The primary part used for herbal purposes are the leaves, although the roots and flowers are also used for certain preparations with medicinal value. The extracts from the Akapulko plant is commonly used as an ingredient for lotions, soaps, and shampoos. Benefits & Treatment of Akapulko .
External Use: .
Treatment of skin diseases: .
Tinea infections, insect bites, ringworms, eczema, scabies and itchiness. .
Mouthwash in stomatitis .
Internal use: .
Expectorant for bronchitis and dyspnoea .
Alleviation of asthma symptoms .
Used as diuretic and purgative .
For cough & fever .
As a laxative to expel intestinal parasites and other stomach problems. Note: A strong decoction of Akapulko leaves is an abortifacient. Pregnant women should not take decoction of the leaves or any part of this plant. Preparation & Use .
For external use, pound the leaves of the Akapulko plant, squeeze the juice and apply on affected areas. .
As the expectorant for bronchitis and dyspnoea, drink decoction (soak and boil for 10 to 15 minutes) of Akapulko leaves. The same preparation may be used as a mouthwash, stringent, and wash for eczema. .
As laxative, cut the plant parts (roots, flowers, and the leaves) into a manageable size then prepare a decoction Note: The decoction looses its potency if not used for a long time. Dispose leftovers after one day. .
The pounded leaves of Akapulko has purgative functions, specifically against ringworms. It should be noted that the pounded leaves of this plant may be applied thinly on the affected part twice a day. Marked improvement may be expected after two to three weeks of continuous application to the affected area(s) where the prepared Akapulko leaves were applied. ( Full Answer )
i would bet that it matters alot on where you are sending it from also the weight of the package along with priority shipping or next day shipping and tax of your region… not to mention what service you are using fed ex or ups etc ( Full Answer )
Unfortunately, no. It is the third most dangerous city in Latin America, just behind San Pedro Sula (Honduras) and Juarez, also in Mexico. During 2011 there were more than 106…0 drug-related murders on that city alone, and the murder rate is of 128 per 100,000 people. It is best to stay away from such city. ( Full Answer )
Acapulco as part of the state of Guerrero has a rate of approximately 46.06 intentional homicides per 100,000 inhabitants. Pretty high in comparison to other crime-ridden part…s of the world such as South Africa (34), Haiti (21.8) or Russia (14.9). ( Full Answer )
A strand the was grown in the mountains in Mexico had a yellow color rather than the green color of most Mexican weed. This "gold" color could also be found in Columbia weed. …The best guess is the nearest thing in Mexico that Americans would recognize was the then popular tourist destination of Acapulco. Hence the moniker. We had a songs: No stems, no seeds that you don't need. Acapulco Gold is bad weed. ( Full Answer )
Acapulco is the name of the city it had before contact with Europeans and it means "Place of the broken reeds". The suffix "de Juarez" was added in 1885 to honor Mexican presi…dent Benito Juarez. ( Full Answer )
It has been a major port on the Pacific coast of Mexico since almost 500 years ago. It was the destination of many trade routes from southeast Asia into Mexico during the colo…nial years (1500-1800), and for a long time it was considered the largest port in Mexico. Right now it is the 16th largest city in Mexico,with a population of 863,438. ( Full Answer )
Both places are 1,426 Km (886 miles) apart from each other on a straight line. Road distance is of about 1,901 Km (1,182 miles), as you have to cross both Sierra Madre mountai…n ranges. ( Full Answer )
Its real name is Oriental Hybrid Lily, a crossbred of Liliumauratum and Lilium speciosum . These were brought intoMexico from the Spanish holdings in South East Asia (i.e. …ThePhilippines) during colonial times. The main port of entry on thePacific Ocean was Acapulco, hence the flower became known as the"Acapulco Flower". ( Full Answer )
The cheapest hotels in Acapulco, Mexico are usually the ones which offer only the basic accomodation and small rooms. The price of these start as low as 8USD/night, but for an… amount of 24USD or more you can already find some beautiful and highly rated hotels available in Mexico, according to Tripadvisor. ( Full Answer )
Soccer is the most popular among the population, but Acapulco is a beach resort; as such, it has a wide variety of activities, such as beach volleyball, tennis, basketball a…nd golf; many hotels provide other "sports" like scuba diving, water skiing or horse riding. ( Full Answer )
Not many, as it is a seaside resort with few economic opportunitiesbesides those found within the tourism industry. Many peoplehowever, have 'weekend' departments and houses, …to stay in Acapulcoduring the holidays, either during the Holy Week or ChristmasHolidays. ( Full Answer )
Since colonial times (1600-1800s) it became an important seaport inthe Pacific Ocean, specifically developed for trade between theAmericas and Spanish holdings in Southeast As…ia (i.e. ThePhilippines). It became a popular tourist destination in the 1950'sas many Hollywood celebrities often visited and purchased realstate around the city. Since the 1960's it became the favoritetourist destination for people in central Mexico, especially fromMexico City. Nowadays it is the 16th largest city in Mexico, with a populationof 863,438 (2010 census). It has been heavily hit by the currentwar on drugs (2006-) and is considered one of the most dangerouscities in Mexico. This has resulted in less visitors due to theviolence, but is still considered one of the largest receivers ofnational and international tourists in Mexico. ( Full Answer )
Yes. There are over 25 species of sharks around Acapulco, includingthe Great White, Bull and Tiger sharks. You should be awarehowever, that shark attacks are quite rare; the l…ast attack wasreported on May 29, 2012 and the last fatality occurred in April28, 2008. That being said, it is more likely to be killed by bees,food poisoning or a lightning than by sharks. ( Full Answer )
I guess you mean how far is Acapulco from Mexico City, as Acapulco is a coastal city within the country of Mexico. Acapulco is 296 kilometers (184 miles) south of Mexico Ci…ty, on a straight line. Road distance is around 379 kilometers (236 miles) over a 5-hour drive. ( Full Answer )
Acapulco is a city in thestate of Guerrero in Mexico. Acapulco is not a capital city.Chilpancingo is the capital city of Guerrero, Mexico. Mexico Cityis the capital and most p…opulous city of Mexico. ( Full Answer )