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Diseases that can be treated of Pandan

Screw-pine (Pandan) is a common scent or spice in bread, food or rice. Its leaf, which is the source of the aromatic odor, comes from a plant of moderate height. The leaves are as long as the grass and may have thorns on the side. Large varieties of pandan are found on the beaches, while small plants are usually found in lowland areas.

Nutrients and chemicals available in pandanas:
*Pandanas contain essential oils, alkoloids, glycosides, isoprene esters, and tannins. * Pandanus oil contains tertpene, d-linalool, phenylethyl acetate, citral, phenylethyl alcohol ester, ester of phthalic acid, fatty acids and steroptene.
*It also contains provitamin A carotenoids.

Diseases that can be treated by pandanus:
1.) Vomiting - continuous vomiting can be treated by drinking the pandanus.
2.) Ear piercing - pandan flower extract stains the sore ear.
3.) Boiling - excellent boil the crushed leaves mixed with lime juice and a little salt.
4.) Rheumatoid arthritis - It helps to relieve joint pain due to rheumatoid arthritis.
5.) Wounds - Helps to speed up wound healing by drying crushed dried pandan leaves.
6.) Urinary incontinence - Drinking with fresh or dried pandanus root is effective in facilitating urination. Drink it like tea.
7.) Gum wounds - chewing the pandanus root can strengthen the gums.
8.) Headache - The person suffering from a headache condition is fed with fragrant pandan leaf. It can also squeeze the leaves mixed with the oil for a headache.

Disclaimer: OFW Buddy and its article may contain general information relating to various medical conditions and their treatment. Such information is provided for informational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitue for advice provided by a doctor or other qualified health care professional. Patients should not use the information contained herein for diagnosing a health or fitness problem or disease. Patienst shoudl always consult with a doctor or other health care professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis and treatment.

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