What is stinking toe good for?

What is stinking toe good for?

Stinking Toe has strong antifungal properties that make it ideal for dealing with topical and internal fungal infections. These include; athlete’s foot, nail fungus, urinary tract infections, and as a douche for yeast infection too.

What does Stinking Toe fruit smell like?

The Stinking Toe fruit is also known as the West Indian Locust. It gains its name because of its seed pods that look very much like a large brown toe, and that also smell like one once they are cracked open.

What is Stinking Toe fruit Jamaica?

Stinking Toe fruit, also called Jatoba, or Guapinol, is the fruit of the West Indian Locust tree (Hymenaea courbaril) which is indigenous to Jamaica. This tropical delicacy has a cream-colored, powdery flesh that tastes similar to vanilla milk powder.

Is stinking toe edible?

Stinking Toe fruit is a tropical delicacy from the humid tropical rainforests of Central America. The fruit and the tree it grows on are botanically known as Hymenaea courbaril, and have a long history of being both medicinally and economically valuabo the indigenous people of tropical South and Central America.

What does stinking toe taste like?

And just what does the stinking toe taste like? The pulp inside is very dry, with the consistency of a clump of flour. The flavor is thankfully much better than its aroma; it tastes similar to dried milk, with hints of parmesan cheese and herbs.

What does June plum good for?

June plum has a good source of Vitamin A, C, and K which are good natural antioxidants. Antioxidants reduce or neutralize free radicals that may damage the eye lens which leads to vision loss, arthritis (inflammation of the joints), damage to nerve cells in the brain, activate cancer cells, and more.

How do you use smelling toe powder?

The flavor is sweet and creamy, like powdered vanilla milk. Add it generously to your smoothies, porridges, dessert recipes, or just enjoy a handful as a snack! A 4 oz package contains the pulp of approximately 50 stinking toe fruit pods.