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Indian Snakeweed - Stachytarpheta jamaicensis (L) Vahl

Indian Snakeweed - Stachytarpheta jamaicensis (L) Vahl is a plant that has synonyms: S. marginata, Vahl = S. pilosiuscula H. B. K. = S. Villosa Turcz. = S.urticifolia Dalz. et Gibs. = Verbena indica, Linn. = V.jamaicensis, Linn. And included in the familia: Verbenaceae

Indian Snakeweed - Stachytarpheta jamaicensis (L) Vahl also known as Nettle-leaved vervain. Growing up, ± 50 cm high, growing wild on the side of the road on the outskirts of the city, vacant lot that went untreated. Leaves opposite location, shape oval, serrated edge, hairless. Flowers without stems shaped like a whip, ± 4-20 cm long. Flowers do not bloom simultaneously, purple, white. Indian Snakeweed - Stachytarpheta jamaicensis (L) Vahl can grow up to 1-2 m, maintained as a hedge plant.

The composition of the Indian Snakeweed - Stachytarpheta jamaicensis (L) Vahl:

The chemistry and pharmacological effects: bitter taste, cold, anti-inflammatory, laxative urine. Chemical Ingredients: Glycosides, alkaloids.


Curable Disease with Indian Snakeweed - Stachytarpheta jamaicensis (L) Vahl:

Infections and urinary tract stones, Rheumatic, sore throat, vaginal discharge, Hepatitis A,

Caution:

Pregnant women are prohibited from drinking boiled leaf, caused abortion.
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