Senna obtusifolia

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Noun1.Senna obtusifolia - cosmopolitan tropical herb or subshrub with yellow flowers and slender curved pods; a weed; sometimes placed in genus Cassia
genus Senna - genus of shrubs and trees and herbs many of which are often classified as members of the genus Cassia
subshrub, suffrutex - low-growing woody shrub or perennial with woody base
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Chicory roots are baked and grounded then it is used as a coffee substitute and also known as coffee weed. It adds fiber to foods and has a smooth & creamy feeling in the mouth similar to fat, which is a great fat replacement products.
Leguminosae, subfamily Caesalpinioideae, and is commonly called Tasba or Tafasas (Hausa-Nigeria), Tsetsa (Tiv-Nigeria), Ebisu-gusa (Japan), Chinese: pinyin: juemingzi, gyeolmyeongja (Korea), Fedegoso (Portuguese), Sinameki (Turkey) and Sicklepod, Coffee weed or Java bean or Foetid Sassia (English).
Common names include "cornflower" and "coffee weed."