Ayapana Tea - Eupatorium triplinerve Vahl has a different name in each country, this plant is commonly called the aypana, aiapana, aiapaina, Aipana, cagueña, curia, archery leaves, leaf perasman, diapalma iapana, diarana-guaco, Japana, Japana-branca, sekrepatoe wiwir, pool root, white snakeroot, yapana, Diapana, Zèbe cont'la fièv ', Zèbe vulnéraire, Zèbe à thé, Zèbe cout'la.
Ayapana Tea - Eupatorium triplinerve Vahl from tropical America. This plant forms many children and can be found from the lowlands to an altitude of 1,600 m above sea level. Widely grown in the hills and low mountains near the housing. Height 50-100 cm. Woody stems, jointed, branched, thick-haired, pink. Single leaf, lies face, pointed tip, base tapering, flat edge, smooth, with 3 veins are curved, length 5-8 cm, width 1-2 cm, green. Compound interest, out of the tip of the stem, 4mm + long flower stalks, leaves consist of 5 petals, green purple, star-shaped crown, a small, white-haired, reddish purple.