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It is also mixed with porridge to prevent baby rash.The fleshy bark of the narrow roots is eaten raw or occasionally in the dried state for simply for its good taste,and to freshen the mouth, leaving a persistent spicy taste in the mouth.



Other uses of the roots includes flavouring agent for food and drinks, stimulant for milk production in lactating women, contracting the uterus in women after delivery.There are also plans to develop sachets out of it, which could be dropped in a cup of hot or cold liquid or beverages.


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