Kemba is an aromatic plant with a distinctive aroma and a good flavor, and is defined as a well-scented, safe-to-use pepper within reasonable limits.
Western Sudan is generally the most popular area of cultivation and is characterized by the ritual of mass rivers when harvested, as hands in villages and villages cooperate in the harvesting process.
Certainly, (kemba) and as a distinctive spice has several uses and has been known in Sudan two uses: improving the taste of coffee, and giving a distinctive flavor to the Sudanese drink known as “Sweet Mer” among a range of other spices.
You should know that kappa can be used in two ways:
⦁ Either withdrawn or in the form of a whole pill alone. Any other spices are added, and here they are used exclusively in all types of medicine with the approval of their use in all types of soups, especially chicken soup and pigeons, as they give a distinctive taste, as well as added to rice and boiled vegetables.