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Kitchen Medicine



Pumpkin (Curcurbita pepo)


This vegetable is rich in vitamin B.
For medicinal purposes only the raw fruit flesh is used.
Mashed to a paste it makes an excellent application for sore feet, inflamed ulcers, sores and varicose veins.
When added raw to salad it makes an excellent blood cleansing food, which is especially recommendable for cases of kidney inflammation.
Pumpkin seeds are one of the most effective and non-toxic worming agents.
Pumpkin seeds are also rich in Zinc and as such are particularly beneficial for bladder and prostate problems.


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