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Cockscomb - Celosia cristata L

Cockscomb - Celosia cristata L is a plant that has a synonym: C. argentea L. var cristata (L.) O. Ktze. And included in the families: Amaranthaceae

Cockscomb - Celosia cristata L on the lawn and planted in the garden, there are rarely any growing wild. These plants can be found from the lowlands to an altitude of 1,000 m above sea level. Height 60-90 cm, thick-trunked and strong, branching, grooved. Single leaf, stemmed, alternate location. Leaf blade ovate to elongated shape with a length of 5-12 cm, width 3.5 - 6, 5 cm, the tip pointed, base tapering, flat edge, the color green with a little red line in the middle of the leaf. Compound interest, thick, the top widened out at the end of the stem, the color purple, red, or yellow. Fruit box, oval, greenish red, black.

The composition of the Cockscomb - Celosia cristata L:

Flower oil contains fat, kaempferitrin, amaranthin, pinitol, while the leaves are saponins, flavonoids, and polyphenols.

Curable Disease with Cockscomb - Celosia cristata L:

Flowers from Cockscomb - Celosia cristata L sweet, its cool, astringent, with affinity to the liver and kidney meridians. Efficacious anti-inflammatory, stop bleeding (hemostatis), and explain the vision.
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January 16, 2014 at 1:29 PM

great share

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April 18, 2014 at 10:02 PM

I had some seeds for these a long time ago and I would love to have some more any one have some contact me at almalegg@gmail.com
I am looking at the cockscomb plants

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