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What are Pigeon Peas? Uses and Health Benefits of Pigeon Peas

Pigeon Peas have been cultivated for around 3000 years. They originated in Asia. Being a legume, Pigeon Peas enrich the soil via their capability of nitrogen fixation. They are very draught resistant. These days it is one of the most important components of animal feed in West Africa. They contain high levels of proteins and in combination with other cereals they serve as a well balanced human diet. The woody stem of Pigeon Peas can be used for firewood and fencing. Pigeon pea acts as antidote, cures cough, acidity and hemorrhoids

by Margaret Walker on Wed, 02/09/2011 - 02:16

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