As mbongo spice, the seeds of alligator pepper are often sold as the grains isolated from the pod and with the outer skin removed. Mbongo spice is most commonly either A. danielli or A. citratum, and has a more floral aroma than A. exscapum (which is the commonest source of the entire pod).
It is a common ingredient in West African cuisine, where it imparts both pungency and a spicy aroma to soups and stews.
BENEFITS OF ALLIGATOR PEPPER
1. Consumption Purposes
2. Anti-oxidizing Properties
3. Treatment of Gastrointestinal Disorders
4. Wound Healing
5. Antimicrobial Properties
6. Aphrodisiac Properties
7. Anti-inflammatory Properties
8. Analgesic Properties
9. Dermatological Care
10. Stimulating Properties
11. Malaria Treatment
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