Monday, July 4, 2011

Cassava leaves for diarrhea

You must be familiar with these plants in the colonial era is one of the staple food substitute for rice, plantation crops are cassava and of course a lot easier once found diIndonesia brief history of the archipelago type of cassava to cassava Manihot esculenta was first known in South America and then developed in pre-history in Brazil and Paraguay. Modern forms of which have been cultivated species can be found growing wild in southern Brazil. Although the wild Manihot species there are many, all varieties of M. esculenta can be cultivated.
Cassava production is estimated to be 184 million tons in 2002. Most production is produced in Africa, 99.1 million tons and 33.2 million tons in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Cassava grown commercially in parts of Indonesia (then Dutch East Indies) in about 1810, having previously introduced to the Portuguese in the 16th century to the archipelago from Brazil.
cassava plants not only benefit the rich because it can be used as a staple food, in addition to the tuber as a food ingredient was daunya no less rich benefits but used as vegetables in the bud is believed to contain lots of iron, believe it or not cassava leaves can be used to heal minor injuries in a way in mashed or crushed then put on the wound. other uses of cassava leaves can be used topically for diarrheal diseases do I boil the cassava leaves in water to approximately 900 cc, then let down to half or 450 cc. then strain the leaves to become the other half .. then drink. diarrhea in the morning and afternoon will be cured

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