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Pandan Leaves


Pandanus amaryllifolius is a tropical plant in the Pandanus genus, which is commonly known as pandan. It has fragrant leaves which are used widely for flavouring in the cuisines of Southeast Asia and South Asia.


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  • Net Weight 20g
  • 100% Ceylon Pandan Leaves

Health Benefits

  • Relieves headache and arthritis.
  • Trets ear pains.
  • Ease chest pains.
  • Reduces fever.
  • Treats leprosy, wound and smallpox.
  • As a laxative for children.
  • Solve several skin problems.
  • Strengthen gums and reduces stomach spasms.
  • Helps in speeding in the recuperation of women who have just given birth and are still weak.


The origins of Pandan leaves is relatively unknown, but it is believed to be native to Southeast Asia and is still widely cultivated there. Today Pandan leaves can be found fresh and frozen at specialty grocers in South India, Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and West New Guinea.


Please note that you should store Pandan Leaves in an airtight glass or tin container in a dark place with low humidity.