Anaemia in lay language simply means reduced red blood cells in the body leading to reduced oxygen carrying capacity of the blood (short of blood). In the case of sickle cell anemia, anaemia can mean dysfunctional red blood cells in the body.
Because of its high iron content in Cassava leaves , it is used as blood tonic to treat iron deficiency anaemia. Cooked cassava leaves is as blood booster to boost blood production and increasing blood level in the body.
Anyone who is short of blood,and needs blood within 20 to 30 minutes, or any doctor who needs blood for his patients very quick should get;
1. Cassava leaves
How To Prepare It
1. Take some cassava leaves (2 wrists of leaves)
2. Clean and crush the cassava leaves without adding water
3. Mix the juice with condensed milk (Peak milk or Ideal milk or Carnation milk)
4. Drink the mixture
You will get surplus blood within 20 to 30 minutes after drinking this mixture,it works like magic. Milk and cassava leaf combo is good for treating low blood level (anemia)
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