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Diseases and conditions that can cure through Chicken broth

Chicken broth is a small plant that usually grows on vacant lots, on the side of the road, and on the grass. Small hair covers the entire plant. The flowers are small and can be white, blue, purple or red.

The nutrients and chemicals:
*Plants - are also available in coumarin. It also contains flavonoids, triterpene, sterols, and alkoloids.
*Leaf - contains oils containing sesquiterpene, ageratochromene, demethoxyageratochmene and monoterpene hydrocarbons.
*Roots and stems - contains alkoloids, flavonoids, saponins, tannins, glycosides, resins, phenols. It also contains protein and carbohydrates.

Diseases and conditions that can cure:
1.)Cough - used as a cough for the chicken coop.
2.)Eczema - skin inflammation or eczema can be wiped out by an infected plant to relieve the condition.
3.)Headache - the plants' dead leaves can be treated with common sense to relieve headaches.
4.)Ear infections - fresh plant extract can be injected into the ear cavity that causes infection due to infection.
5.)Wounds - can be used for rapid wound healing of dehydrated fresh chicken leaves. It can also be mixed with the leaves in coconut oil before adding to the wound.
6.)Stomach ache - may be taken with the nourishment of certain plant parts such as flowers, roots, and leaves to relieve stomach ache.
7.)Fever - watering the plant nourishes the person suffering from high fever.

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