Health benefits of betel pepper

The betel (Piper betle) is a vine of the family Piperaceae, which includes pepper and kava. Betel leaf is mostly consumed in Asia, and elsewhere in the world by some Asian emigrants, as betel quid or in paan, with Areca nut and/or tobacco.
In India and Sri Lanka, a sheaf of betel leaves is traditionally offered as a mark of respect and auspicious beginnings. Occasions include greeting elders at wedding ceremonies, celebrating the New Year, and offering payment to Ayurvedic physicians and astrologers (to whom money and/or areca nut, placed on top of the sheaf of leaves, are offered in thanks for blessings).
The betel plant is an evergreen perennial, with glossy heart-shaped leaves and white catkin. The betel plant originated in South and South East Asia.

This is the answer to serious illnesses in your yard especially now that drugs are so expensive. Spread for many to read. Dr. Luther Doubt that Betel Pepper possesses many benefits and benefits to the sick.

Names in different languages
English: Betel Pepper
Bicol: Buyo
Tagalog: Ikmo
Bisaya: Buyok, Buyo-buyo, Kanisi
Ilocano: Gawed
Maranao: Namat

Benefits and Procedure:
Diabetes – Eat fresh leaves, swallow the juice.
Prostate Cancer, Lymphom Cancer and Blood clot – (Same procedure) blend or grind the leaves and drinks about 1/4 glass 3x a day for 20 days.
Depression – heat the leaves, swallow the juice.
Body pain – heat for a while and put on the area where you have pain.
Abscess – grind and coat the area, changing every 4 hours.
Alzheimer’s disease – Exfoliate leaves daily, swallow only the juice.
Platelet, Anemia, Breast Cancer and Lung Cancer – (Same procedure) blend or juice the leaves and rink half glass twice a day.
Cholesterol – A glass of chopped leaves, boil in 2 glasses of water in 3-5 minutes, consume the rest of the drink.
Oral Cancer – Blend or squeeze the leaves, drink 1/4 glass 3x a day.
Leukemia – Put the leaves in a blender add half glass of water, blend, strain, squeeze, drink every 6 hours.
Ringworm – Press the leaf and apply the leaf 3x a day.
Peptic Ulcer and Liver Polyps – (Same procedure) Blend leaves, squeeze, drink half cup 3x a day.
Bronchitis – Blend or squeeze the leaves, drink 3 tablespoon 3x a day.
Ear Disease – Press the leaf, squeeze, a drop in the morning and afternoon twice a day.
Digging – grind the leaves with coconut or Olive oil and place on the stomach. (good for babies)
Pain in the forehead – grind with coconut or Olive oil and apply it on the forehead.
Dental Illness – grind the leaf and place it in the hole.
Singaw/puff? – grind the leaves and cover or apply the juice.
Sore throat – Boil the leaves and then gargle them in a saucepan.
Diphtheria, Malaria and Rheumatism – Same procedure) Boil the leaves, drink, 2 cups a day.


Published by queenkeandra

I am a swedish citizen with asian origin, lives in Sweden, entrepreneur, accountant, fashion designer, dressmaker, professional interpreter and translator and from year 2014, I also became a local politician with some assignments from the local government. I moved to Sweden after marriage with a Swedish national in 1986. Two years later we got a son followed by a daughter after 21 months. Satisfied with life in fact, I guess I got all I wished for, it feels I have everything. Being married is not just a bed of roses, the roses have thorns also and you can get it at times but we’ve always been doing pretty good. Kinder and better husband I do not think I can get, everyone has their flaws and life becomes easier if you can accept them. I’m not a perfect person either. I became a grandmother quite young, only 45 years old, was a little skeptical at first but then I loved to be one. Now I am already a grandmother of two, a boy and a girl of 20 months between them, such a great feeling, it feels like it was a replay of my life. When I have both of them at home, it feels like I was young again and is the mother of small children. I can not explain but so damn good it is. When I moved to Sweden I knew nothing about the country, but now it feels like I’ve always lived here. I speak Swedish better than my native language, better in Swedish grammar than my husband, it may sound strange but it’s true. I dream even in Swedish. I hang out with many Swedes, have worked and still working in Swedish companies. I go to the Swedish church though I am a Roman Catholic. We believe in the same God anyway. I’ve adapted pretty well in Swedish society. I think I have to adjust to that country I moved to, not the country or its citizens to adapt to me. Sweden has no responsibility whatsoever that I wanted to move here so I could not demand anything else, but now a citizen, I think I have the right as any other native Swedes. I pay taxes and do my duties as a citizen. I think I am a good role model and a loyal citizen and can fight for my new country.

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