Precatory Bean

Precatory Bean
Precatory Bean

jequirity is a mountain climbing plant. the roots, leaves, and beans had been used as medicine. but there is no proof that jequirity works to treat any situation.

jequirity root is taken by mouth for allergies, bronchial tube swelling, fever, hepatitis, malaria, seizures, snakebites, sore throat, stomach ache, tapeworms, and to hurry up hard work. 

jequirity leaves are taken through mouth for fever, cough, commonplace bloodless, flu, insect bites, and gonorrhea. 

despite severe safety issues, women use jequirity bean to hurry up exertions, to reason an abortion, or to prevent pregnancy. jequirity bean is also used as a painkiller in terminally sick sufferers.

the whole plant is used for eye swelling.


different names is jequirity recognized by:
abro, abrus precatorius, bead vine, black-eyed susan, buddhist rosary bead, crab's eye, glycine abrus, grain d'église, gunja, haricot paternoster, herbe de diable, herbe du diable, indian bead, jequirity bean, jequirity seed, liane réglisse, love bean, lucky bean, ojo de pajaro, pater noster, pois rouge, prayer beads, prayer head, precatory bean, regaliz americano, réglisse marron, rosary pea, seminole bead, soldat, climate plant, xian si zi.

inadequate evidence to charge effectiveness for:
quickening exertions.
causing an abortion.
preventing being pregnant.
ache in terminally ill patients.
eye inflammation.
bronchial asthma.
bronchial tube swelling.
fever.
hepatitis.
malaria.
seizures.
snakebites.
sore throat.
stomach ache.
tapeworms.
coughs.
commonplace cold.
flu.
insect bites.
gonorrhea.
other situations.