What is mpishi?

What is mpishi?

What is mpishi?

mpishi (m-wa class, plural wapishi) cook (one who cooks) synonym ▲ Synonym: mpikaji.

What is a chef in Kiswahili?

mpishi. (noun) So, this is how you say “chef” in swahili.

What is Balgham English?

/balagama/ mn. mucus uncountable noun. Mucus is a liquid that is produced in some parts of your body, for example the inside of your nose.

What is yellow bile?

Bile is a greenish-yellow liquid made and released by the liver and stored in the gallbladder. It aids in the digestion of food and fluids by breaking down fats into fatty acids. Your body then takes up these acids into the digestive tract. Bile also aids the body in breaking down: Cholesterol.

What causes Balgam?

It’s produced by mucous membranes that run from your nose to your lungs. Every time you breathe in, allergens, viruses, dust, and other debris stick to the mucus, which is then passed out of your system. But sometimes, your body can produce too much mucus, which requires frequent throat clearing.

Is it OK to swallow phlegm?

So, to answer your questions: The phlegm itself isn’t toxic or harmful to swallow. Once swallowed, it’s digested and absorbed. It isn’t recycled intact; your body makes more in the lungs, nose and sinuses. It doesn’t prolong your illness or lead to infection or complications in other parts of your body.

Why is my vomit orange?

The first few hours of vomiting usually appear as orange in color. Orange vomit is the result of food not yet making it through the digestive system. It is typically not concerning enough to reach out to your physician unless vomiting continues for an extended period.

Why is my vomit green?

Green or yellow vomit may indicate that you’re bringing up a fluid called bile. This fluid is created by the liver and stored in your gallbladder. Bile isn’t always cause for concern. You may see it if you have a less serious condition that causes vomiting while your stomach is empty.