SUGARCANE, EKIKIJU, IGISHEKYE, EKIKAJJO, EKIKEIJO-EKIKAKA
ANATURAL CANDY Asia- Arab, Mediterranean Spanish- Portuguese- America: cane- honey means syrup residues brown sugar – non refined sugar contains molasses which gives brown color, mineral salt and vitamins. White sugar= saccharose poor food, sugar juice helps in bronchite, Asthma, kukolora whooping doze= boil, peeled 250g of it per liter. Boil for 15 minutes and dived into tree (3) for 3 days. Shekula okamure Ekifuba, Omutima, otunge amaani.
Dr Nancy applied a PHD author of lick. The sugarcane habit in 1996s, there are 76 metabolic consequences to eating sugar , it is devoid of vitamins, course candied, diabetes “Emerging epidemic” kidney stony, Ensline, prostate, testes, makka, Endurwe, chewing the sugarcane sweet juice= minerals, salts, molasses, Sukaliggulu, flavor, vitamin iron, calcium, copper, magnesium and chromium. Course: hyperacidity, anxiety, censer in breasts, ovaries, lungs, loss of elasticity, crohn’s diseases, ulcerative colitis, alcoholism, obesity asthma, tooth problems
Sugar cane – traditional medicine
Sugar cane features in both folk and traditional systems of medicine in South Asia. It has been used to treat a wide variety of health complaints from constipation to coughs. It has been used externally to treat skin problems, a use that is being supported by scientific evidence.
Both the roots and stems of sugar cane are used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat skin and urinary tract infections, as well as for bronchitis, heart conditions, loss of milk production, cough, anaemia, constipation as well as general debility. Some texts advise its use for jaundice and low blood pressure
|Sugar cane stem is used in Ayurvedic medicine.|
A common folk remedy is to mix fresh stem juice with dry ginger in order to relieve hiccups. A plaster made from equal parts of sugar and yellow soap is used externally for treating boils, while crude sugar is applied to carbuncles.
This information is provided by Proficient G.Muteguya, for general interest only. It is not intended as guidance for medicinal use. Further information on using herbal medicines is available.