Pisum sativum

Pisum sativum L.


  • Garden Pea
  • bazilla بازيلا
  • אָפוּן נָמוּךְ
  • afun namukh

Annual, Vines

  • Batha
  • Phrygana

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Medicinal Complaints / Uses

Pisum sativum L.

Medicinal Complaints / Uses
System/State Traditional
Activity / Interpretation Traditional
Preparation/ Administration
Parts Used Source



Eat cooked seeds several times.

Seed B

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Pisum sativum may accumulate Pb (lead), Zn (zinc) & (Cd) cadmium causing kidney & bone damage in humans.