The pineapple has served as both a food and a symbol throughout the human history of the Americas. Originally unique to the Western Hemisphere, the fruit is now a culinary favorite all over the world. In numerous countries, women utilize green unripened pineapple for abortifacient purposes. The unripe fruit is eaten to produce abortion in French Guiana, Indonesia, Fiji, and the West Indies. A hot water decoction of the unripe pineapple fruit is taken orally to produce abortion in India, South America, and Trinidad. Caution must be used when ingesting green pineapple as it is considered to be poisonous and will most likely irritate the throat and esophagus and will cause severe purging. Death has resulted from eating green pineapple.
Commonly used in tropical areas where pineapple normally grows. Women who are pregnant, especially at the earlier stage are forbidden to take the fruit in fear of miscarriage. The juice is high in Vitamin C and is used for flatulence, poor digestion, excessive stomach acid, menstrual problems, and constipation.
WARNING LEVEL: High Risk Associated with Use
LAST MENSTRUAL CYCLE: If Your Last Menstrual Cycle Started About 8 Weeks Ago
POSSIBLY TOXIC: DEATH ASSOCIATED WITH USE, Kidney and/or Liver Toxin, Purgative
UTERINE AND HORMONAL EFFECTS: Contract Uterus, Inhibits Implantation, Increases Estrogen
ALSO KNOWN AS: abacaxi (Brazil), komala, anarosh (India)
IS USED FOR: food
HOW IT’S PREPARED:
- Abortifacient Green pineapple dosage: Upon waking in the morning, eat one fresh very young small-sized green pineapple (approximately 1 – 2 cups) with some honey to make it more palatable. Repeat for three days to cause an abortion.
POSSIBLE SIDE-EFFECTS AND SIGNS OF TOXICITY: increased heart rate