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Avocados (Persea gratissima Gaertn.)

Avocados grow in almost all regions of Indonesia. Small tree, 3-10 m high, upside-rooted, woody stems, round, dirty brown color, much branched, stems finely hairy. Single leaf, stemmed from 1.5 to 5 cm long, dirty, cramped location at the end of twigs, oblong to round shape elongated eggs, such as skin thickness, tip and base of the spike, sometimes flat edge rather rmenggulung upward, reinforced rnenyirip, 10-20 cm long, 3-10 cm wide, young leaves and reddish color fullfiedged, old leaf color is green and bare. The flowers of compound interest, in pairs of two, arranged in panicles that comes out near the ends of twigs, greenish yellow. The fruit is almost round like a ball-shaped or ovate, 5-20 cm long, green or yellowish green color, mottled purple, seeded one, when fully ripe fruit is soft, it's green, yellow. Seed round like a ball, from 2.5 to 5 cm in diameter, reddish-white seed pieces. Ripe avocado fruit flesh is soft, fat, usually eaten as mixed or created juice ice. oil is used, among others, for cosmetic purposes.

Disease Can Be Treated:
Sprue, scabby skin moisturizing, urinary stones, headaches, high blood (hypertension), nerve pain (neuralgia), stomach pain,; Channels swollen breath (bronchial swellings), toothache,; Diabetes (diabetes mellitus), irregular menstruation.

chemical properties and pharmacological effects: Leaves: bitter taste, chocolate. Peluruh urine. Beans: Anti-inflammation, alleviate pain. Chemical constituents: Fruits and leaves contain saponins, alkaloids and flavonoida, fruit and leaves also contain tannins contain polyphenols, quersetin.

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