Traditionally, aidan fruit is used as a spice to season several popular African dishes. In herbal medicine, women use it to fight various conditions that are typically feminine(menstrual disorders, childbirth problems, post-birth problems, etc.). It's highly coveted because it's an all-in-one natural remedy like its homolog vetiver roots.
This fruit gives off a pleasant fragrance and leave notes that are fruity, sweet, tangy and astringent in the mouth.
Scientific name : tetrapleura tetraptera
Other names: prekese, jawanib, khemar, cc, Aridan
Botanical family: Fabaceae
Composition* : zinc, copper, calcium, magnesium, manganese, terpenes
Properties* : analgesic, anti-ulcer, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory
Indications* : heavy periods, fibroids, ovarian cysts, blocked fallopian tubes
CONTRAINDICATIONS : PREGNANT AND BREASTFEEDING WOMEN
Weight : 200g
Origin : Cameroon
- Document : aidan_fruit_scientific_study.pdf