Initially, members of non-Lutheran churches who settled along the highway, rather than in the villages, made Sunday betelnut
sale more and more popular among Wampar and non-Wampar alike.
The Kris that the Tausug forged, the betelnut
containers of the Maranaw, these are exquisite examples of classical art that has died.
Oral and esophageal cancers were more common in males, which could be attributed to the habits of smoking, drinking, and chewing betelnut
. The risk of lung cancer dropped in males but rose in females.
Cristobal Acosta's (Cristovao da Costa's) Spanish translation Tractado de las drogas y medicinas de las Indias Orientales (1578) borrowed heavily from Orta but added 23 woodcuts; in the supplement to his Latin translation, Aliquot notae in Garciae Aromatum (1582), Carolus Clusius included four woodcuts of recognizable Indian species: banyan, black pepper, betelnut
He can also pluck palm, betelnut
and swimming and keeping football over his head.
Sehgal and Rege (10) in the study of 147 cases of LP found MM lesions in 48 patients, out of which 30 (62.5%) had both skin and MM lesions and 18 had only MM lesions and 77.1% of the patients who had oral lesions had habits like eating pan, betelnut
, spicy food, alcohol, etc.
Cannabis and alcohol, along with JJ (homebrew) and betelnut
, provide a method of escapism from post-traumatic stress, the lack of opportunities and the struggle to survive in a difficult environment.
Re-dating mid-Holocene betelnut
(Areca catechu L.) and other plant use at Dongan, Papua New Guinea.
For these crisp, garlicky ribs, Alexander Ong, chef of Betelnut
restaurant in San Francisco, uses Chinese red vinegar and mushroom soy sauce.
The island 'Pinang' (Malay for 'betelnut
') was once part of the prosperous Malay state of Kedah, until, in 1786, it was taken over by the British captain Francis Light, who saw in it a perfect location and natural harbour for a trading emporium, strategically placed in the Straits of Melaka between India and China.