Cambodian PennyWort Juice Recipe For Good Health And Easier Farting πŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸ’¨

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Today I want to show everyone about recipe penny wort for drink. Pennywort help fart more easy and have good life. πŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸ’¨

Yesterday I made pennywort juice for drink it’s very great for health.

I will to want show everyone about recipe make penny wort juice today and I’ll tell every body of advantages it penny wort.

pennywort near my home

My mom tells me before when she has life. I remember not to forget, she said penny wort leaves its medicine.

pennywort juice with ice

When you stomach ache or you can’t fart πŸ’¨ you need to drink penny wort juice it makes you feel better.

After you drink it, you will fart easily then you will feel good lol πŸ˜†.

When you have feeling body hot or not hot you can drink penny wort juice it helps you cool inside your body.


Pennywort Juice Recipe

αžαŸ’αžšαž…αŸ€αž€αž€αŸ’αžšαžΆαž‰αŸ‹ (trΙ‘ciΙ™k kraΙ²)


  • 1 bunch pennywort
  • 1/3 sugar cup or to taste
  • 1 l of Water

Step 1

Clean it three times

Step 2

Cut it like this

Step 3

Grind it in the machine with water.

Step 4

Then filter it take only water.

Step 5

Then put sugar stir it until dissolve.

Nature Good For Health

Pennywort juice with lemon juice

Now we have a healthy cool glass of penny wort juice. Very easy drink to make.

You can put lemon juice also if you like. When I drink, I put lemon juice and ice then more yummy.

Pennywort juice in pennywort

My country some people eats penny wort with food also. They eat it like a salad.

I used to eat it when I was a kid. I remember ate it with Cambodia rice pancakes With sauce and Khmer Prahok, tiek kroeung.

I hope everyone have a good health and I hope you all likes recipe penny wort juice it’s great for your health.

I am sorry if I written English wrongπŸ™πŸ» I am very trying to learn English little bit more every day.

I hope my English is better soon. Bye see you next post. Have a great day to you all 😎


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We love Gotu Kola, which is how it's called in Ayurveda. Not many people outside of the US call it pennywort. In thai it's called Bai Bua Bok and sold everywhere - BUT NO SUGAR!! LOL πŸ˜† No boiling either, since that destroys most of the goodness that way. We drink it freshly juice or in a salad. By itself it tastes great - a strong, herby but not bitter taste.

Many of the juice bars in Chiang Mai sell it freshly squeezed (from a slow juicer) in a shot glass. Awesome for good health!

The farting? Eat less carbs and ramp up your probiotics! It is NOT a sign of good health and more a sign of food festering and rotting in the digestive tract.

Do you grow it organically too?? It grows in many of the khlongs here but often not safe to eat from there.

Is it well known in Suriiname?

Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ 

I am sorry, I know it from my mom. I made it fresh not cook. I put sugar because a little bitter, my daughters not like. When people in Khmer drink it for medicine not put not sugar. I learned to name it by myself on the phone. All people here know it's medicine, it has a lot near the street. Thank you for your commentsπŸ™πŸ»

Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ 

I post vegan lok lak recipe two days ago for you. Are you see or not? 😁

My mum gave me one of these plants, but I didn't know it likes a damp environment, so it died soon after I planted it. πŸ˜” I'll have to try and find a plant with similar properties which grows in a dry climate.

Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ 

Oh sorry about that, here have everywhere look like grass. I asked my landlord about it, she said all people Suriname know it is medicine but they don’t care. She is 60 years old but never eat it.

It's funny how we often avoid what we know is good for us.

Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ 

It looks like Gotu kola (ΰΉƒΰΈšΰΈšΰΈ±ΰΈ§ΰΈšΰΈ) in Thailand, Thai people say will drink when they broken heart. lol

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Yes, Thank you for visiting my post. I know name it in your country but I don't know in English, I learn it on my phone and the phone calls me is name pennywort. Thank you for telling me the right name.πŸ™πŸ»

Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ 

You're welcome. I don't know either that it is the same kind.

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Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ (edited)

Thank you for answering.

Β  Β· Β 7 days agoΒ 

Wow, I see a lot of those greens and doesn't have an idea of what they are. Thanks to you madam, I learn about penny worth today and it's perfect for a fart war. Lol...

Β  Β· Β 7 days agoΒ 

Yeah, now my family farts a lot lol, I just joking πŸ˜‚ Thank you for visiting my postπŸ™πŸ»β˜ΊοΈ

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Do you cut it from the swamps and drains where you live, or do you buy it at the market? I grows EVERYwhere that's wet here in Thailand! Makes a great Salad.

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Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ 

I pick near my house, here have it a lot. Thank you for your comment and read.

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Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ 

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What a beautiful presentation, I think that in my country Venezuela I have not seen this plant, I am going to find out.πŸ™‹

Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ (edited)

Yeah,Thank you so much beautiful lady for visiting my post and comment.😊

I know it grows in n Guyana too, so I imagine you could track it down there. It’s likely more common here due to the Asian population though.

Thanks for the info.πŸ™‹

Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ (edited)

Looks like an awesome drink. we have that in my country, Philippines but i have never tried to make it as a herbal drink. It's a must try, one day. Thanks for the information.

Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ 

You are welcome. Thank you for reading my post.😊

Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ 

Nice write up @sreypov a good remedy to clear up your fart at ease, and its also healthy.

Will be looking to get my own glass of penny wort today.

Reblogging this post on my blog.

Β  Β· Β 6 days agoΒ (edited)

Thank you very much for visiting my post and share, appreciation but my English not good. I trying to learn a little bit every day.😊

I do like it sugar don’t have sugar I don’t like but still can drink.

Β  Β· Β 7 days agoΒ 

Hi little buddy, how does it taste?

It taste a little bitter and sweet. If we put sugar and Lemon.

That's a useful recipe

Β  Β· Β 5 days agoΒ 

Yeah, thank you so much for reading.