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Stinking passion flower - Passiflora foetida L

Stinking passion flower - Passiflora foetida L is a plant that has synonyms: P. baraquiniana Lem., P. hastata Bertol., P. Sweet hircina., P. nigelliflora Hook., P. polyaden Vell., P. gossypifolia Desv., P. hibiscifolia Lam., P. hirsuta Lodd., P. obscura Lindl., P. variegata Mill. And included in the familia: Passifloraceae.

Stinking passion flower - Passiflora foetida L also referred to as wild maracuja, Bush Passion fruit,-Marya Marya, wild water lemon, stinking passionflower, love-in-a-mist or running pop. These plants originated from tropical America and grows wild in the open that gets sunlight, for example, the terrain or vines on the fence. This plant can be found at 1-1000 m asl. Growing vines with length from 1.5 to 5 m has a white hair, with a tool to twist the rod. Leaves single, long-stemmed with 2-10 cm, the location of alternate, broad leaf blade shape and grooved. Pointed tip, base heart-shaped, wavy edge, length 5-13 cm, width of 4-12 cm, green color. Single flower, about 5 cm in diameter, white or lilac. Fruit rounded oval, length 3-5 cm, wrapped in bandages. Seed lot.


The composition of the Stinking passion flower - Passiflora foetida L:

Fruits, seeds, and leaves contain a substance that is not stable, hydrocyanic acid and laktone. Ripe fruit contains Ca, P, Fe.

Curable Disease with Stinking passion flower - Passiflora foetida L:

The nature and efficacy: It's a little bitter sweet, cool character. All parts of this herb is efficacious anti-inflammatory, sedative, diuretics, and clearing heat and toxins. Fruit is also efficacious pain relief (analgesic) and strengthen the lungs.
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