Cassava

Cassava is a perennial plant with large, almost palmate (fan-shaped) leaves that are similar to those of the related castor-oil plant, but are more deeply divided into five to nine lobes.

Food, flour, animal feed, alcohol, starches for sizing paper and textiles, sweeteners, prepared foods, and biodegradable items are all made from cassava. The goods are made from a variety of cassava sources, including fresh leaves and roots as well as modified cassava starch. Cassava is used to treat fatigue, dehydration in diarrhoea patients, sepsis, and to induce birth.


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