Kacho is boiled and drunk like a tea for loss of appetite. For fe mal the following are put in rum: kacho, lanmant gapsyal, chinna (Exostema sanctae-luciae), lapsent (Ambrosia hispida), twef (Aristolochia trilobata), tiel (Tilleul carpentras), which is purchased, kanmommi (Matricaria chamomilla), also purchased, and patjouli (Pogostemon cablin) For skin eruptions, the plants is crushed in water and used for bathing. To stop vomiting a tea of three yellow leaves of kacho are made into a tea and sweetened. For a cut still bleeding the kacho is ground and juice squeezed onto the cut. kacho should not be fed to animals.
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