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Leucas lavandulifolia Smith

Leucas lavandulifolia Smith is a plant that has synonyms: L. linifolia, Spreng. And included in the Family: labiatae

Leucas lavandulifolia Smith can grow wild on dry land, the road, and sometimes planted in the garden as a medicinal plant. This plant can be found from the lowlands to an altitude of less than 1,500 m dpi. Grows erect, 20-60 cm tall. Woody stems, rectangular shape, branched, smooth-haired, green color. Single leaf, lies face, stemmed. Leaf blade lanceolate shape, tapered tip and base, serrated edge, 1.5 to 10 cm long, 2-10 mm wide, light green color. Flowers small, white tongue-shaped, arranged in a bouquet grew dense. Fruit color is brown. Seeds round, small, black in color.

The composition of leucas lavandulifolia Smith:

Chemical properties and pharmacological effects: bitter, spicy, warm. Sedative, antiseptic. Chemical Ingredients: Leaves and roots: saponins, flavonoids and tannins. The leaves also contain essential oils.

Curable Disease with leucas lavandulifolia Smith:

Insomnia, Headache, Influenza, Cough, whooping cough, diphtheria; heart palpitations, not come menstruation, impaired digestion; worms, Diabetes mellitus, seizures, epilepsy
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