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Health Benefits Of Garden Eggs Leaves That Helps Kidneys

The garden egg, also known as eggplant is a very good source of dietary fiber, potassium, manganese, copper,and thiamine(vitamin B1).

 Just as other vegetables, garden egg leaves contain essential nutrients such as vitamins and minerals in a good quantity which play important role in human health improvement.

These vegetables are known as natural blood plumbing vegetables especially when eaten raw, called

Akwukwo Aghara in Igbo and its seed is also called Mkpuru Anyara,

Efo Igbo in Yoruba and Ganyen Gauta Hausa.

They are considered a curative and well as nutritious diet due to the nutritional contents that serve as medication to certain ailments and substitutes for medical supplements.

Garden egg leaves or African eggplant leaves contain Vitamin B, C, potassium, and calcium which are beneficial to human health in several ways such that:

GARDEN EGG LEAVES For Cleansing Kidney


1. Cut the leaves into pieces.

2. Rinse in clean water.

3. Put in a clean pot with clean water.

4. Boil for 10mins.

5. Filter it in a bottle.

Allow to cool and take a glass cup. 

 When you urinate check your urine. 

 You will notice the salt in the body and some other diseases that can affect your KIDNEY will pass through your urine. 

It helps to prevent dialysis by the total cleansing of the kidney. 

These leaves serve as detoxifiers to the kidney and it's more effective when converted into juice by boiling for a few minutes and then filtering the juice in a container; this juice can be taken 3 times per day or more.

Anyone can take the juice.

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