The leaves of plants Spoon For Alternative Medicine

Spoon leaves a weed in the tea plantations of rubber dna, or growing wild in the woods, fields, and lawns are a little damp, sometimes planted in a pot as a medicinal plant. This plant comes from the plains of Asia and Europe, can be found from the lowlands to an altitude of 3300 meters above sea level. Single leaf, long-stemmed, arranged in a rosette roots. Round egg shape to lanceolate leaves broad, flat or jagged edges rough irregular, smooth or slightly hairy, pertulangan curved, 5-10 cm long, 4-9 cm wide, green color. Compound inflorescence composed in small grains - small, white color. Fruit oblong or ovoid, containing 2-4 seeds are black and wrinkled. Young leaves can be cooked as a vegetable. Propagation by seed.

Region Name
Ki Vein, Ceuli, Ceuli uncal (Sunda), Meloh Kiloh, Muscle - ototan, sangkabuah, sangkabuah, sangkuah, Blumea muscle, suri Pandak (Java), leaf veins, leaf veins, leaf scoop, tail wind, deer ears ( Sumatra), Torongoat (Minahasa), Che Qian Cao (China), Ma De, Xa Tien (Vietnam), Weegbree (Netherlands), Plantain, Greater Plantain, Broadleaf Plantain, Rat's Tail Plantain, WayBread, White Man's Foot (English).
Part Used
Herbs, seeds, roots. Seeds were collected after being cooked and then roasted or cooked in salted water.
Disorders of the urinary tract.
Gallstones, kidney stones.
Inflammation of the prostate (prostatitis).
Influenza, fever, whooping cough (pertussis), inflammation of the airways (bronchitis). Diarrhea, dysentery, stomach pain.
Red eye inflammation (konjungtivistis), explains the blurred vision.
Diabetes mellitus (DM).
Acute hepatitis with jaundice (acute hepatitis jaundice)
Worms, insect bites, and
Bleeding such as nosebleeds, coughing up blood.
Whitish (leukore).
Muscle pain.
Gastrointestinal disorders in children (dyspepsia)
Lust stimulant (aphrodisiac), semen beser (spermatorea)
Urinary pain (dysuria), difficult kencin, feeling the belly of the bottom epnuh
Diarrhea, dysentery
Blurred vision
Red eyes, swelling and pain due to heat in the liver.
Cough with phlegm and feels much
Give, give, high blood pressure (hypertension)
Jaundice (jaundice)
How to use
as much as 10-15 grasm dried herbs, fresh or boiled as much as 15-30 grams, then drink the water. Fresh herbs can also be crushed and then pressed and filtered for drinking water. For external use only, and affixed a thin fresh herbs on the wound bled, scalded, or boils, and then bandaged.
Launched a piss
a. daunsendok fresh herbs as much as 6 ounces of washed add rock sugar to taste. The material is boiled until the water boiled the remaining half. Drink tea and spend the day.
b. tablespoon fresh herb leaves washed and pounded until blended squeeze and strain accumulated up to ½ cup water. Add 1 tablespoon of honey and drink as well.

Bloody urine
heba tablespoons of fresh leaves washed and finely ground. Squeeze and strain through a glass collected. Drink before dinner.
Heat dysentery
spoon leaf herb washed and finely ground. Squeeze and strain through a glass collected. add 2 tablespoons honey, stirring evenly. The juice is then steamed for a while. While drunk while warm.

Basilar dysentery, diarrhea
tablespoon of fresh herb leaves 30gram after washed and boiled with 2 cups water to the remaining 1 cup boiled water. After chilling filtered, water is taken two times a day, each ½ cup.

Tablespoons of fresh leaves as much as 15 grams of washed and crushed. Pour boiling hot water. After cold pressed and filtered, then drink as well.

Congested cough, coughing up blood
Tablespoon fresh herb leaves as much as 60 grams of washed and added water until submerged and 30 grams of sugar cubes. Steamed until boiling for 15 minutes. Drink while warm.
This herb is sweet and cool as well and eliminate hunger. Seeds are sweet, cool, go meridian kidney, liver, intestine and lung. Chemical Ingredients: This herb contains plantagin, aukubin, asamursolik, beta-tosterol, n-hentriakontan, and plantaglusidem consisting of methyl D-galakturonat, D-galactose, L-arabinose and L-rhammosa. Also contains tannin, potassium and vitamins (B1, C, A)

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