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Pigeon Pea Leaves

Other Names: Pigeon Pea, No-Eye Peas, Tropical Green Peas, Gungo Pea, Togari Bele, Congo peas, Arhar, Red Grem, Gandule Bean, Cajanus Cajan
Traditional Usages: Food Crop, Anemia, Diarrhea, Abdominal Disorders, Acid Reflux
Resources: India, West Indies, Eastern and Western Africa, Central America, US, Europe
Parts Used: Leaf, Bean, Flower, Seed Root

Pigeon Pea Leaves - Herbal remedy for Yellow Fever:  The juice extracted from Pigeon Pea Leaves should be taken in doses of 60 millilitres every day. 

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