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Build And Boost Your Blood Count With This Plant, It Purifies The Blood And Cures Anaemia

Chaya plant is fondly called the miracle plant because it does virtually everything you would want a medicinal plant to do, from curing fever, asthma, building vitality in men, curing skin blisters and burns, aiding digestion and most interestingly curing anemia and building blood.

This Chaya plant look like one very huge plant right? I tell you it is a plant you most likely know or have seen before, some of you even eat it as a vegetable, especially if you are from Ijebu part of the Yoruba land. Have you heard of “Efo Iyanaipaja” if you are Yoruba or “Ugu Oyibo” if you are Igbo? Yes, that’s the Chaya plant.

Some people also call this plant “hospital too far”. You know why it is given this name? It is simply because constant consumption of this plant takes you away from the hospital. This is a plant too good for you not to know, at least you should cook this to eat in your house once every week. I’d be giving a detailed description of the plant below, how to prepare it and use it for its various immense benefits and most importantly how to build your blood with this plant.

This plant has a characteristic stem sap which can cause irritation on the skin, especially if you’re allergic. It is one of the major concerns of consumers because some are scared it might be poisonous. Well, I’m here to reassure you that the vegetable or plant is not in any way poisonous for consumption. You only have to be careful if you have an allergy so that the sap will not come in contact with your skin. When preparing, you should first soak for few minutes in water for the sap to be washed away before you start chopping the leaves.

Let’s discuss what Chaya plant can do for you.

Cures Fever and Associated Symptoms           

You can squeeze the juice of miracle plant to give to a child that’s running high temperature or convulsing. It is also good for adult as it can be used to treat fever and symptoms like headache, cold, high temperature and so on

Relieves Pain and Inflammation

Joint pains, back pains and inflammation at any part of the body can be treated using Chaya leaves. Boiling the leaving in water or pap water will give you a juice which you can drink two times daily to ease joint pains.

Treats Bruises and Skin Infection

For burns and bruises in order to prevent scars, simply rub the leaves on your palm till it is very soft and the juice is almost coming out, then spread over the affected skin part. Change the leaves before it turns dry. Depending on the season, it could be in about 2hours or more. The bruises will heal up with little or no scar.

Helps Men Vitality and Boosts Female Fertility

Both males and females should take this plant seriously as it does some wonderful works in hormonal balance helping to improve vitality in men and also boost fertility in women. For couples trying to have a baby, this should be their favorite home vegetable.

Builds and Purify the Blood

They say it’s the custom to reserve the best for the last.

If you’ve heard about pumpkin commonly called “ugwu”, I’ll love to let you know that research has shown Chaya plant to help to build the blood many folds better than Ugwu vegetable. This plant doesn’t only help you build the blood but also purifies it.

If you are the type that usually have infections, boils, pimples, rashes and other kinds of skin diseases, you should know you need some sort of blood purification. Squeeze the juice of this plant and mix with milk. You can also get the best out of this by cooking it as a vegetable soup.

Patients dealing with anemia of any sort should eat this vegetable at least three times in a week for fast treatment and restoration of normal blood level. We all know blood is life, so we may need to take this seriously.

Surely, this plant is a miracle plant and you should most likely include it in your family diet. You should not miss out on all the wonderful gift nature has embedded in this plant.

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