Leaves of babadinn crushed in water make a good bath for the skin. For glo en tet in children the leaves are crushed with salt and souf molan. For fos couch (miscarriage) the person should first cover themselves with a blanket and sit over a pan of boiling water to absorb the vapor then they apply babadinn mixed with lard. babadinn is also used for a bad waist and, for internal blows, boil one leaf in a tea with salt and add a bit of white rum. Caution: Both hydrocyanic acid and passioflorine, present in the roots, leaves, and immature seeds of babadinn are psychoactive and poisonous.
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