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Indonesian bay leaf - Syzygium polyanthum (Wight.) Walp

Indonesian bay leaf - Syzygium polyanthum (Wight.) Walp. is a plant that has synonyms: Eugenia polyantha, Wight. = E. lucidula, Miq. And included in the familia: Myrtaceae

Indonesian bay leaf - Syzygium polyanthum (Wight.) Walp also referred to as Indian bay leaf, Indonesian laurel. lillipillies, brush cherries or satinash. This plant can grow wild in the forests and mountains, or planted around the house. This plant can be found from the lowlands to the mountains with an altitude of 1.800 m dpi. 25 m tall tree, rooted riding, round rods, smooth. Single leaf, lies face, stemmed, 0.5 to 1 cm in length. Leaf blade is oval shaped, pointed tip, base tapering, flat edge, 5-15 cm long, 3-8 cm wide, upper surface smooth dark green, lower surface light green color. The leaves when crushed, smell nice. Compound interest is composed out of the end of the branch, it's white, smells wonderful. The fruit is round, 8-9 mm diameter, green color when young, having matured into a dark red. Seeds round, about 1 cm cross section, the color brown.


Composition of Indonesian bay leaf - Syzygium polyanthum (Wight.) Walp:

The chemistry and pharmacological effect: Leaves: fragrant. Adstringen. chemical constituents: The essential oil (0.05%) containing sitral and eugenol, tannins and flavonoids.


Curable Disease with Indonesian bay leaf - Syzygium polyanthum (Wight.) Walp:

Diarrhea, ulcers, Diabetes, Drunk (neutralize the effects of alcohol)
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