Xylopia (eeru) seedling, which belongs to the Annonaceae family. In Igbo, it is referred to as uda, and in Yoruba, eeru alamo. Negro pepper is also referred to as Selim grains in some regions of the world. In this article, the nutritional value and health advantages of uda seed are discussed.
Nutritional Value of Uda Seed
The body’s response to wounds, infections, traumas, and other tissue damage is inflammation. The body performs this to get rid of bad stimuli, heal, and then repair the tissue that was damaged.
Full with Antioxidants
Uda seeds are rich in antioxidants, which work together to assist the body get rid of free radicals and other oxidizing agents.
Excellent treatment for dermatological issues
Uda seeds have a remarkable track record of successfully treating a variety of skin issues, including boils, itches, and skin eruptions, to name a few.
Treats diseases of the respiratory system
According to studies, the uda tree’s bark has certain strong medicinal characteristics that are particularly useful for treating disorders of the respiratory system like the common cold, bacterial pneumonia, asthma, and bronchitis.
One of the most dangerous diseases in the world, malaria is mostly brought on by parasites that are transmitted to humans through mosquito bites.
Rheumatism is a general term for illnesses that produce chronic pain and inflammation in the joints, muscles, or connective tissue. It is also used to refer to rheumatic conditions.
Relieves issues with the digestive system
The gastrointestinal tract, which includes the oesophagus, stomach, rectum, small intestine, and large intestine, is affected by gastrointestinal disorders.
Potentially used to address menstrual issues
There are many problems related to menstruation. Negro pepper may help with menstruation problems, according to some research.