Benefits of Flower Pagoda for Traditional Medicine

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Pagoda flower has been included in the book list medicinal plants, due to the presence of the source or location of the pagoda flower, still numerous.

Pagoda Flower

Pagoda flower is an ornamental plant, which is grown in several locations, such as a garden, yard, or the edge of the road as a shade. Flowers pagoda, has the Latin name Clerodendrum japonicum Sweet, a deciduous shrubs, with a height of 1-3 meters. Plant stems filled with fine hair, white.

Pagoda flower has been included in the book list medicinal plants, due to the presence of the source or location of the pagoda flower, still numerous. In my country, many pagoda flower traditionally used as a remedy hemorrhoids. The part that is often used as a medicine, is the root, leaves, and flowers. All parts have properties and benefits of each, therefore, when about to be used as medicine, need to know first, which part would be more appropriate, to help restore a disease.

1. Section Roots
There are substances that give a bitter taste to the roots, but refreshing. Roots pagoda, can be used as medicine to cure inflammation, diuretic (urination facilitator), to overcome swelling, dissolving the blood clot, pain or back pain, rheumatism, tuberklosis, coughing up blood, homoroid, diarrhea or dysentery, difficulty sleeping (insomnia), and contusion , due to hit with a hard object.

2. Parts Leaf
Physically resembling a spear, but the end is not too sharp. Having serrations along the edge or the edge of the leaf. If inhaled directly, there is a sweet and sour taste. Slightly brownish colored and neutral character. Usefulness, as a drug to thin the festering wounds and anti-inflammatory.

3. Part Flowers
Pagoda flower has a sweet taste, so many bees that often perch. Flower color white to slightly reddish, and when grown, will be above the thick green foliage. Efficacious for sedation, stop bleeding (hemostasis), trouble sleeping (insomnia), vaginal discharge, and enhancer of blood supply in patients with anemia.

Medicinal Benefits

There are two types of use, from the (drug) and beyond.

1. For external use, the leaves are still fresh pagoda, enumerated beforehand, until smooth, then bring to a boil in a saucepan, containing enough water. After passing through the boiling process, water is allowed too warm. Then, applied to the skin surface, which is having problems, such as bruising due to hit a hard object. If there is a bleeding wound, can be stopped by using the juice of the leaves pagoda.

2. To use the (drug), prepare at least 50-90 grams of root, or flower pagoda. Boil in a pot to boil, and let it cool, strain and drink. Or, it could be enough to brew a pagoda flower root, which has been crushed into a powder.

Meanwhile, examples of use, can be seen by the following formula.

1. Bleeding hemorrhoids
Prepare pagoda flower root 60 grams and cow intestines taste. Cook both materials, and give the water a little bit, so there is gravy. When ripe, wait a little cold (warm). Drink broth until they run out, and eating cow intestines.

2. Ulcer
Pick flowers pagodas, which still looks fresh taste, then crushed, milled manner, until it becomes a powder. After that, add a little honey, and stir. Use of the medicinal herb, by way of smeared, or affixed to the skin, which are ulcers. Then, wrapped with a cloth. Change concoction three times a day.

3. Insomnia (Cannot Sleep)
Use the roots or pagoda flower taste, then drain. Milled into powder so. Prepare a shot of sweet wine, then add one teaspoon of powdered root, or flower pagoda (mashed). Shake or stir while, lastly, drink all at night, before bed.

Pagoda flower also can restore the function of the stomach, which is a problem with the treatment from the outside. Okay, so information about the benefits of pagoda flowers, as a traditional medicine. I hope this information is useful to you.

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