| Reserach Statement
| Statistical Procedures
| * Pandan Leaves are being cooked with rice in the Philippines. But sometimes they are used as cockroach repellent. It is said that it produces an odor that repells cockroaches away. * It can be used as anti-septic and anti-bacterial, anti-repelent which makes it ideal for healing wounds and repelling pests.
| Curing, reducing and relieving stomach spasms, fever, ear pains, and pains caused by arthritis and even hangover using Pandan (Pandanus Amryllifolius)
| Central Problem
| There will be no side effects or suspicios things/results that will occur when we do the experiment.
| One-away analysis of variance (ANOVA) or F-test
| This study aims to reduce pains or diseases in the Philippines through inventing a medicine or cure made out of pandan. It also aims to see the results of the tests and to know the different kinds of side effects and if the Pandan can be used in other purposes.
| 1. Are Pandan leaves an effective medicine in curing pains/diseases? 2. Does the results of the tests positive? 3. Are there any side effects and suspicious things/results from the experiment?
| Group 5 Research Matrix
* Pandanus amaryllifolius is a tropical plant in the Pandanus (screwpine) genus, which is commonly known as pandan leaves and is used widely in Southeast Asiancooking as a flavoring. The plant is rare in the wild, but is widely cultivated. It is an upright, green plant with fan-shaped sprays of long, narrow, bladelike leaves and woody aerial roots. The plant is sterile, flowers only very rarely, and is propagated by cuttings. * Pandan leaves and roots are found to have medicinal benefits. It helps in relieving headaches and pain caused by arthritis and even hangover. It also treats leprosy, smallpox, wounds, reduce fever, solves most skin problem, cures...
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