Entada polystachya is mainly used for treating venereal disease. An inch of it is peeled and grated and put in a quart of cold water. A wine glass full is given three times a day. Sometimes an inch of bark from gayak (Guaiacum officinale) is included. Another treatment uses kod-a-vyelon (Desmodium incanum), pistach mawon (Desmodium barbatum), ti patat (Ruellia tuberosa) and lyenn chasen (Pinzona coriacea) with the mayok chapel. To improve your appetite, grate a piece of root into a glass of water and drink it.
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