Breast milk is extremely vital to the growth of the African child. Its ability to ward off infections and at the same time serve as nutrients have made it the only source of food and medicine for black mothers.
Its natural antibodies are laced with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that make it the first and only meal of choice for black mothers scattered around the globe.
Despite its primary use for breastfeeding, breast milk has been known to be a quick remedy to solving a variety of minor conditions, especially in Africa where healthcare is lacking.
In this article, Face2Face Africa examines some unconventional uses of Breast milk other than feeding a baby