Hello lovely people hope you are doing well, in this article we going to talk about Abedru
Ghanaian call it Abedru, and international known as Turkey berry, is a popular plant used all over the world, for its nutritional and medicinal properties. It belongs to the same family of plants as some other common vegetables like eggplant, tomato.
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Abedru or turkey berry is used to treat a wide range of illnesses, including high blood pressure, wounds, anemia, and bacterial and viral infections. However, modern research supporting its efficacy for these purposes is mostly limited to test, tube and animal studies.
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People can safely eat Abedru or turkey berry, but it’s important to make sure it’s ripe before you eat it, as unripe Abedru or turkey berry can cause negative neurological and digestive symptoms.
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you should consult your healthcare provider prior to adding turkey berry to your health and wellness routine, especially if you have any underlying medical conditions.
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