Cassava: Anti-alcoholic wipes and Mouthwash

Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) is a perennial plant with nutty taste that grows best under a tropical, moist, fertile, and well-drained soils. It is said that cassava originated from Brazil, South American forests. This chewy underground tuber is one of the most popular edible root-vegetable.

Photo credit:nutritionandyou.com.

Photo credit:nutritionandyou.com.

Aside from being a food,  cassava can also become paper, textiles, and adhesive. But what is the unexpected miracle that cassava can do?  It can lessen the drunkenness of a person. Cassava can be turn into an anti-alcoholic wipes and mouthwash. The processed extract of this root-vegetable can reduce the effect of excessive alcohol consumption. The product will help in alcoholism management in the body by making the individual conscious within 5-10 minutes using this natural product.

Advantages

  • Cheap ingredients.
  • Natural products are the main content.
  • Abundant in tropical countries.

Disadvantages

  • Not yet proven if safe to prepare at home.
  • Many agricultural lands were turned into commercial spaces so there would be a chance that time will come that the ingredient for these innovations will be lacking.

There are still on going studies to develop these innovations. Researchers are trying to figure out whether these products can be safely prepare or make at home because cassava can be poisonous if not correctly prepared. There are also instances that cassava has bitter taste which is not suitable to use at all.

Sources

https://www.nutrition-and-you.com./cassava

www.nacosti.go.ke/news

 

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