Thirty anaemic pregnant women aged 29.5± 6.5 years with baseline mean packed cell volume (PCV) of 20.8 ± 2.0% were studied. Freshly prepared Ugu (pumpkin- Telfaira occidentalis
) mixture containing ugu (pumpkin) fluid, raw content of egg and peak evaporated unsweetened milk was administered orally to each of the pregnant women three times in a day for seven days. Packed cell volume was carried out by capillary tube method. There was an observed significantly mean value of PCV (29.5 ± 2.2% ) a day following the administration of the mixture ( P < 0.05). The use of the mixture in the treatment of anaemia would reduce exposure to the risk of HIV/AIDS and Hepatities B infections that could occur with blood transfusion.