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Indian Acalypha - Acalypha indica L

Indian Acalypha - Acalypha indica L is a plant that has synonyms: A. australis L. And included in the familia: Euphorbiaceae.

Indian Acalypha - Acalypha indica L is a very common weed found growing wild on the side of the road, lawn, or on the slopes. Herbaceous annuals, erect, 30-50 cm tall, branched with coarse elongated lines, smooth haired. Leaves single, long-stemmed, spreading lies. Leaf blade oval to lanceolate, thin, tapered tip and base, serrated edge, 2.5 to 8 cm long, 1.5 to 3.5 cm wide, green. Compound interest, unisexual, out of the armpit leaves, in a series of shaped grains. Fruit box, round, black. Seeds elliptical, brown. Taproot, dirty white. The root of this plant is preferred by cats and dogs, which is consumed by chewing.

The composition of the Indian Acalypha - Acalypha indica L:

Leaves, stems, and roots contain saponins and tannins. Stems and leaves also contain flavonoids also contain essential oils.

Curable Disease with Acalypha - Acalypha indica L:

Bitter taste, its cool, astringent. This herb is efficacious anti-inflammatory, antibiotics, diuretics, laxatives, and stop bleeding (hemostatis).
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