According to Dennis Nona, Mazaru is a sinuous crawling vine that is used in the treatment of certain skin ailments such as ring worm and fungal infections. The vine is soaked in water in a Bailer shell and the resulting liquid or medicine is then applied to the infected areas of the skin. Regular applications are made up to seven days before the infection is cured. This is a traditional remedy and is still in use today.
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