Scent leaf use for food recipes and herbs


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Scent Leaves which is use for food recipes and also herbs.

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Scent Leaf also known as efirin in Yoruba, daidoya in hausa and nchanwu in Igbo. As it is populary called by the 3 major ethnic groups in Nigeria.

The leaf is a locally cultivated in Nigeria which is mainly used as a “spice for cooking food and dishes”. The Shrub leaf has a spacial aroma and tastes. “Scent leaves” contains high phosphorus, calcium, iron, potassium, vitamin A and carbon.

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Scent leaves has been researched by researchers to be rich in plants chemicals. Oil from the leaves can be use as antiseptic, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal fighters in the body [Reference].

“Scent leave” can be used to treat stomach pain, diarrhoea, chronic dysentery and vomiting. The aqueous extracts of the scented leaf can be taken to relief ear ache and colon pains.
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Scent leave can be used for the treatments of oral infections. Scent leave fights and kills the bacteria in the mouth and also prevent tooth decay and bad breath.

The leaf is also used in the treatment of fungal infections, fever, cold and catarrh. Squeezed scent leaves are applied on the skin for treating skin diseases and ringworms. “The oil in scent leaves” can be used as “food preservative” for its anti-microbial and anti-bacterial rich properties.

“Precaution: Seek Medical Advice before use as medications”.

Some of the health betterment of scent leaf

  1. Scent leave aids digestion. the leaf has immense health betterment's such as easy bowel evacuation and weight management.
  2. Cures several stomach related illness like cholera, diarrhea and dysentery
  3. Scent leave can be used to treat oral infections.
  4. Treatments skin diseases such as ring worms.
  5. Treatments of gout and fungal infections.
  6. For the treatments aches and reliefs from colon pains.
To buy Scent, kindly Buy Scent leaf online at Kaduna Solutions.

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