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Watch and earn with this old pepper!

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Watch and earn with this old pepper! With this pepper you earn many benefits and nutrition, watch what can do for you: relieve gout and arthritis, help in treating abdominal pains, abscess, acne, boils, cramps, fatigue, gout, proteinuria (protein in urine), headache, kidney disorders and rheumatic joint pain. Peperomia pellucida are: Pepper elder, Ketumpang Air, Sinaw Sinaw, Silver-bush, Rat-ear, Man-to-man, Shiny bush, coracaozinho, lingua de sapo, erva-de-vidro, erva-de-jaboti, erva-de-jabuti, Shiny Peperomia, Soldier pusley, Soldier-parsley, Pononoa, Maka-pacha, Mashipatcha, Mashitandu Chedi, Mashithandu, Slettipacha, Thaklippan, Toyakandha, Varshabhoo, Slate pencil plant, cow foot plant and Clearweed.
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jeany skype (3 months ago)
thank to give me idea about pansit pansitan.
Jeffrey Roxas (4 months ago)
We have more this in my backyard We called that Pansit-pansitan here in the Philippines
thifasmom (5 months ago)
I have used this successfully to clear up acne and to heal a long standing wound. I simply crushed the plant and applied directly. There was positive, encouraging results in a matter of hours, I repeated treatment roughly 2 to 3 times per day till all was healed, which was roughly seven to ten days. In Trinidad we call it Shining Bush.
tony medina (1 year ago)
this plant is also used in Puerto rico for babies to help with stomach problems we call it paletaria
Gim Bolwari (1 year ago)
I didn't know it's edible ...its all grown in my place Garo Hills, mostly in hilly areas, Meghalaya State, Northeast India. when we were kids we play Mesammesam(kids kitchen play) & use this as a veg for cooking. I have to try in my cooking.
zarah doan (4 months ago)
Most "weeds" ARE edible which is why they became 'weeds'. People took plants from their country to transplant here, took over, then we forgot. You can juice grass too! I'm a weedologist.
Binita Hazarika (1 year ago)
Gim Bolwari yes it's all grown in my kitchen garden (assam)but i didnt know that we can eat this.
Maria Rodrigues (1 year ago)
I saw Cambodia eat this vegetable
Reksmey Ok (1 year ago)
Maria Rodrigues yes we do. Delicious.
Nina Garcia (1 year ago)
That is called pansit pansitan in the Philippines, use to alleviate gout and arthritis. Just wash it very well and eat as it is or make into salad with tomatoes, onions salt and vinegar.
Robert von Rotz Roy (1 year ago)
yes, pansit pansitan is name in Philippines for Peperomia pellucida ☺ .. thank you so much for your kindness to share your knowledge ..have a great time

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