Scientific Name: Sauropus androgynus
Sweet leaf (Sauropus androgynus) is also called katuk or star gooseberry. The leaves are commonly used in Southeast Asian cuisine. There have been reports that eating large amounts of uncooked sweet leaf may not safe and cause bronchiolitis obliterans (symptoms include: drowsiness, dry cough, shortness of breath, and wheezing) because this vegetable contains the alkaloid, papaverine [Bunawan et al. 2015]. Andarwulan et al.  and FAO were used to determine the nutritional value of sweet leaf. Lutein and zeaxanthin content were determined from Liu et al. .