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Firestick Plants - Euphorbia tirucalli L

Firestick Plants - Euphorbia tirucalli L is a plant belonging to the family: Euphorbiaceae

Firestick Plants - Euphorbia tirucalli L is often referred to as Indian Tree Spurge, Naked Lady, Pencil Tree, Sticks on Fire or Milk Bush. Firestick Plants - Euphorbia tirucalli L comes from tropical Africa, loved the outdoors exposed to direct sunlight. Grow wild, and can be found from the lowlands to 600 m above sea level. 2-6 m tall, woody base, much branched, poisonous milky sap. Firestick Plants - Euphorbia tirucalli L has a round cylindrical shaped twig pencil, finely grooved lengthwise, it's green. The leaves are rare, found on the top branches of a young, small, shape lanceolate, 7-25 mm long, fast fall. Flowers are the tip of the stem, in the form of compound interest is structured like a bowl, greenish yellow. The fruit when ripe will burst and throw the seeds. Besides being used as a medicinal plant, known also branches and twigs that have been drained when burned to repel mosquitoes.

The composition of the Firestick Plants - Euphorbia tirucalli L:

The chemistry and pharmacological effects: Odour weak, causing taste thick on the tongue. Sap poisonous (toxic). Chemical Ingredients: Gum contains compounds euphorbone, taracsasterol, alpha-lactucerol, euphol, resin compound which causes a sharp or damage to the mucous membranes.

Curable Disease with Firestick Plants - Euphorbia tirucalli L:

Stomach pain, rheumatic, syphilitic, nerve pain, skin diseases, leprosy, hemorrhoids, broken bones, toothache, skin thickening.
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