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nimekwndikia lugha mblili tofauti hapo chagua moja kwani si mnasema kiswahili ni kibantu
 

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Kigelia africana

For centuries, the sausage tree has been used as a valuable herbal medicine by a number of traditional healers and African communities. All the parts of the tree (fruits, leaves, bark and roots) are widely used by traditional healers across different African cultures to treat several health conditions. For example, the fruits are used to manage skin conditions like fungal infections, eczema, psoriasis, boils and leprosy. In fact, the sausage tree is widely recognized for its remarkable effectiveness in improving the firmness and elasticity of the skin. In some African cultures, women use the sap from the fruit of the tree for firming the skin around their breasts. The plant is also claimed to have potent wound healing activity and for treatment of skin cancers. The leaves, seeds and fruit pulp are dried, powdered and then applied to treat wounds. The fresh and dried fruits can be boiled with water and given to patients to treat ulcers, sores, syphilis and rheumatism.

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