Njangsa fruits are not edible but the seeds can be ground and used as condiment for preparing njangsa soup, njangsa stew, fish and meat dishes. It can also be used as as a thickening agent. Ground njangsa spice is distinguished by its peppery taste. The seeds
can be roasted and made into njangsa paste used for making njangsa sauce or akpi sauce, which is similar to peanut sauce. Njangsa seeds can be used for making njangsa oil, which can be used as a margarine or cooking oil.
Also it can be use for Natural Butts and Breast Enlargement. Get a ready-to-use dough by putting akpi powder with a little water. Then mix the resulting paste with shea butter and add fenugreek oil. Mix well until you get a smooth paste. Take a small amount of the cream, pass on the breasts or buttocks