Bogbean

Bogbean
Bogbean

bogbean is a plant. the bogbean fruit resembles a small bean and is generally found in swamps or bogs, that's the motive for its call. humans use the bogbean leaf to make medicinal drug.

bogbean is used for achy joints (rheumatism), rheumatoid arthritis, loss of appetite, and upset stomach.

in food manufacturing, bogbean is used as a flavoring.

other names is bogbean recognised via:
buckbean, herbe à canards, marsh trefoil, ményanthe, ményanthe trèfle d'eau, ményanthe trifolié, ményanthe à trois feuilles, menyanthes, menyanthes trifoliata, trébol de rio, trèfle d'eau, trèfle d'eau commun, trèfle des marais, water shamrock.


insufficient evidence to fee effectiveness for:
achy joints (rheumatism).
rheumatoid arthritis.
dissatisfied stomach.
lack of appetite.
different conditions.

greater proof is needed to fee the effectiveness of bogbean for these makes use of.

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Bogbean