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The spice is known as Esoro Wisa in Twi and Wie Din in Ga. Interestingly, the pepper's leaves can be eaten. In terms of hotness, the pepper is not as hot as other peppers like the African bird pepper. When used in minimal quantities, it has a clove-like flavour in soups, stews, and cornmeal porridge. Also, it increases appetite while reducing constipation and indigestion in the body.

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