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CALABASH NUTMEG

Scientific Names: Monodora mysristica
Common name: Calabash nutmeg
Family:
Annonaceae
Description: Tree or shrub 3.6-30m tall, with trunk up to 1m in diameter fissured at the base, bark grey, vertically corrugated with rounded ridges.

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GUINEA PEPPER

Scientific Name: Xylopia aethiopica
Common Names: Guinea pepper, Negro pepper, Ethiopian pepper etc.
Local Name: Hwentea
Family: Annonaceae
Description: A tree up to 15m high; bark slightly ridged; leaves oblong – lanceolate, rounded base, acuminate apex, glaucous etc.

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BLACK PEPPER

Scientific Name: Piper guineense
Common names: Black pepper, Guinea cubebs
Local name: Soro wusa, sesaa, (Ewe)-Atsinkali
Family name: Piperaceae
Description: A climber up to 12m high on trees, climbing by means of adventitious rootlets etc.

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GRAINS OF PARADISE

Scientific Name: Aframomum meleguet
Common names: Grains of paradise, Alligator pepper and melegueta pepper
Local names: Fam wusa (Twi), Akatu (Ewe)
Family: Zingiberaceae
Description: A tufted leafy herbaceous plant up to 2m high, leaves are distichously arranged etc.

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LEMON

Scientific name: Citrus limon
Common name: lemon
Local name: Akutu
Family: Rutaceae
Description: The lemon is a small evergreen tree original native of Asia.

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ANNATTO

Scientific name: Bixa Orellana
Common name: Anntto
Local name: Daagyene
Family name: Bixaceae
Description: it is a shrub or a small tree of about 5m introduced into the country from south America.

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GINGER

Scientific name: Zingiber officinalis
Common name: Ginger
Family: Zingiberaceae
Part used: Rhizome
Active ingredients: Volatile oil, vitamin b group, vitamin c, reducing sugars, phosphatic acids, lecithins, folic acids.
Uses: For indigestion, appetizer and anti-emetic, febrifuge; for cough and joint pains; carminative and flavoring agent. Galactogogues.

PREKESE

Scientific name: Tetra peura tetraptera
Common name: Aridan
Local name: Prekese
Family name: Mimisaceae
Description: A deciduous tree 6-30 high, bark smooth to rather rough, grey or brown, young branchlets glabrous with petiole leaves.

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