Lantern Hibiscus - Hibiscus schizopetalus
Lantern Hibiscus - Hibiscus schizopetalus planted as an ornamental plant, or as a hedge plant in the countryside. These plants go to Taiwan in 1901. Probably came from tropical Africa. Grow erect, 2-4 m high, the upper branches hung, single leaves, stemmed, oval shaped, serrated edge, pointed tip and base, 2-12 cm long, 1 to 7.5 cm wide. Flower stand alone, out of the armpit leaves, depending on its location down to 8-16 cm long stalks, petals curved upward. Typical shape petals, looked ragged, bright red color with older base. Stamen tube limp, 8-9 cm in length.
The composition of the Lantern Hibiscus - Hibiscus schizopetalus:
Chemical properties and pharmacological effects: Eliminate swelling, anti inflammatory, removing pus and regenerate new cells.
Curable Disease with Lantern Hibiscus - Hibiscus schizopetalus: