The plant is often used as a substitute for black pepper, but is also used as an ingredient in many dishes, including sushi and chili.
It is also known for its ability to detoxify the body and boost immunity.
Its extracts are sometimes used as antioxidants and anti-inflammatory, but many health experts have cautioned against using it for those conditions.
“I’m not sure how it’s done or why people are putting it in the body,” said Dr. Richard G. Oster, a cardiologist at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
“But people are taking it.
I don’t know why.”
Some of the health concerns are that the plant’s high levels of phytate, a chemical that makes it hard for plants to absorb, can cause health problems.
A 2013 study by researchers at the New England Journal of Medicine found that the compounds that cause phytates can accumulate in the bodies of mice and humans.
The phytose can also cause an increase in cancer cells in lab mice, leading to an increase risk of developing breast cancer in humans.
Another concern is that it can lead to a serious form of skin cancer called retinitis pigmentosa, which causes damage to the cornea.
People with retinopathy, or damage to retinal tissue, have vision problems and often develop problems with their eyesight, and they also have trouble making eye contact, according to the Mayo Clinic.
But studies show that it is not a serious disease.
Osters said people should take the astrocyte extract with water, eat with salt and keep it out of the eyes.
“We’re not saying you should go out and eat raw food,” he said.
“You should just keep it under your pillow.
It’s not the best food.”