Turkey berry (Solanum torvum) is used for eggplant’s rootstock, and also known for its benefits in treating symptoms of anemia.
These berries are pretty widespread in various cultures across Asia and Africa, and is seen through the variety of names it has in various cultures, such as “tekokak” in Indonesian, “sundaikkai” in Tamil, “suzume nasu” in Japanese, and “makhuea phuang” in Thai.
After we have found out what the benefits of Turkey berry for anaemia are, these are also some of the interesting benefits of turkey berry for malaria treatment.
What are its Health Benefits
- Turkey Berry Prevents Anemia
Turkey berries have plentiful side effects of taking iron and calcium together contents, which is utmost important for the prevention of anemia by rapidly increasing the production of red blood cells.
- Turkey Berry Heals Various Stomach Problems
Next, turkey berries are also good for healing everyday digestive-related diseases such as indigestion, diarrhea and stomach ache. It works by neutralizing the stomach acids that are greatly responsible for the cause of gastric ulcers.
- Turkey Berry Exterminates Tapeworms
Regular consumption of turkey berry also contributes to the extermination of tapeworms inside the digestive system.
Tapeworms are parasites that may infect us by grazing in pastures, eating uncooked meat or drinking contaminated water. When ignored, tapeworms can form huge abscesses inside human organs, such as the liver.
- Turkey Berry Helps Diabetes Treatment
Turkey berry also helps the treatment of diabetes, which is the condition wherein there is excessive amount of sugar inside the blood system.
One can use turkey berry to treat diabetes by adding the powdered leaves of Turkey berry with herbs, and consume it at half a teaspoon a day with lukewarm milk.
- Turkey Berry Shields Against Cold and Flu
Cold and symptoms of flu are among the most common diseases with some of the simplest and quickest medications and recoveries around. And indeed, Turkey berry can also be used for cold and flu recovery! All one needs is to make a hot soup out of the berries, with other herbs and black pepper.
- Turkey Berry Protects Against Lung Cancer
Turkey berry blocks the growth of benefits of turmeric for lungs cancer cells because they offer antibacterial as well as antifungal qualities, which are of course essential for the protection against lung cancer!
- Turkey Berry Normalizes Mucus and Phlegm
Mucus and phlegm may appear because of respiratory illnesses like flu and coughing. Mucus and phlegm could be treated by frying and drying the berries with herbs and make them into a powder.
- Turkey Berry Supports Weight Gain
Turkey berries can in fact also lead to weight gain, particularly for getting rid from anorexia and the state of being underweight.
One may blend raw Turkey berries with water and drink the mixture before bed. For an enhanced weight gain, raw Turkey berries may be consumed as well!
- Turkey Berry Avoids Cardiovascular Diseases as well as Stroke
Turkey berry is full of unbeatable antioxidants, such as flavonoids, alkaloids, glycosides, tannins, etc. All of them when combined contribute to the holistic protection from life-threatening heart attack symptoms, cardiovascular diseases and also stroke.
- Turkey Berry Treats Malaria
And finally, here is the main theme of this article! Turkey berry is also able in curing malaria and also prevent the breeding of mosquitoes.
For malaria treatment, one grinds the root of Turkey berry, sandalwood and also Achyranthes Aspera leaves in equal quantities. Take 2 pinches of the mixture three times a day.