Healing Herbs on the Hill

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Healing Herbs on the Hill

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Depart Accra after breakfast to Mampong on the Akwapim Ridge, drive through the northern suburbs of Accra and climb the winding scenic hills that overlook the Accra plains. Enjoy the scenery of green lush tropical vegetation and the hustle and bustle of traditional village activities as you head to the famous Centre for Scientific Research into Plant Medicine (CSRPM) in Mampong for a tour in which specific medicine plants and the process involved in producing the medicines will be explained.

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HEALING HERBS ON THE HILLS

Depart Accra after breakfast to Mampong on the Akwapim Ridge, drive through the northern suburbs of Accra and climb the winding scenic hills that overlook the Accra plains. Enjoy the scenery of green lush tropical vegetation and the hustle and bustle of traditional village activities as you head to the famous Centre for Scientific Research into Plant Medicine (CSRPM) in Mampong for a tour in which specific medicine plants and the process involved in producing the medicines will be explained. The CSRPM was set up by the Government of Ghana in about 1974 to research into Plants Medicine and to promote herbal medical doctors and scientist now has the patent for herbal drugs for illness such as Typhoid Fever, Malaria Diabetes, Baldness impotence, cholera etc. You may purchase some products for friends and family back home.

Visit the Aburi Botanical Gardens established in 1890 as a convalescent for the British Colonial officers governing the then Gold Coast now Ghana and relax under the shade of huge trees, some of which are over hundred years old. The Aburi Botanical Gardens were designed for Scientific Research and Pleasure. It is a habitat for plants from all over the world. Over the years, the Garden has cultured a variety of tropical plants, which attract many birds and butterflies. Stop en route at Aburi Crafts Market where you can still buy some unique handcrafts from these artisans as souvenirs for family and friends back home.