Friday, June 27, 2014

Dewa leaf fights cancer and diabetes

nature treatment for anti-cancer such as camesotheliom, lung cancer, and diabetes.
Dewa leaf fights cancer and diabetes - Daun dewa ( bahasa ), God's leaf ( english translation ) or latin name: Gynura procumbens (Lour.) Merr. / Gynura divaricata.
Daun dewa is often known as an anti-cancer plant. Experts do various research to reinforce that notion. 

Daun dewa have effects that can inhibit the growth of cancer cells that kill. This is because these plants contain asparaginase, which is a kind of protein that can inhibit the enzyme by means of hydrolyzing asparagine (an amino acid that is needed by cancer cells or tumors) into aspartic acid and ammonia. This can result in cancer cells was stunted and die. 

The content of alkaloids, saponins, flavonoids and tannins, are also closely associated with anti-cancer and antioxidant properties. The continued research, and found that ethanol contained in Gynura procumbens can inhibit solid tumor growth in mice due to administration of benzo (a) pyrene, which serves as a chemical carcinogen.

In Thailand alone, Daun dewa is processed and used as a traditional anti-inflammatory drugs, anti-inflammatory, arthritis, and other diseases caused by viruses. Several studies have also shown that extracts of the Compositae family is also able to reduce the levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood (when it was tested in mice), which is affected by diabetes.

The leaves and tubers of Daun dewa, both can be used as medicine. Daun dewa have various benefits such as treating mema and stop the bleeding. Other properties can also be used to treat breast swelling, throat infections, delay menstruation, and also treat the bites of venomous animals. Bulbs gods themselves have efficacy for treating fractures, blood clots, swelling, and it can also stop bleeding after childbirth. This herbaceous plant is natural and efficacious anticoagulant, which can dilute the blood clots, stimulates circulation and stop bleeding. Plants can also serve as a god antitoksis and antipyretic.

Daun dewa 
Daun dewa mashed can be used to treat warts, because it contains saponins which are hemolytic, which can memeach red blood cells. The occurrence of warts caused by the presence of tissue cells that have been broken, but it can not be cleaned and can not issued of the body through the kidneys. With saponin, trash this network will be broken down and cleaned thoroughly.

The leaves are also much preferred deity as fresh vegetables. Typical flavors that contain essential oils will be felt when the leaves have been crushed. Some cases show, the custom of eating healthy leaves and fresh Daun dewa can cure kidney disease, it can even shrink the tumor.

Origins of Daun dewa.
Daun dewa is a plant leaves from Myanmar and China, which are then entered Indonesia through Sri Lanka. The plant is then developed by the natives to be processed into herbal medicine. The name itself comes from the leaves of the gods Sumatra, takes its name from the serrated leaf edges such as clothing ornament of the gods. Not infrequently also a call as beluntas China, while the original Chinese call samsit or sanqicao.

Gynura procumbens Daun dewa is an annual herb. The shape is upright and has a height of about 50-100 cm. Generally planted in the garden as a medicinal plant. Young stems are green, and if the parents will be branched into many. The leaves are generally more dense at the bottom, and rarely on the rod tip. Leaves are single, hairy, shaped like a triangle and oval. Bone pinnate leaves, the color of the upper surface dark green and light green underneath. Long leaves about 8-20 cm, width reaches 5-10 cm. Flowers are at the end of the shaft, and is shaped like a hump. Reddish orange color with a less pleasant odor. The roots of the tree-shaped tubers god grayish with a length of 3-6 cm, and has a diameter of about 3 cm.

Daun Dewa Usabilities

Cancer & Tumor:

4 g of fresh Daun dewa; Benalu leaves ( Loranthus ) 3 g; Daruju Root ( Acanthus ilicifolius Linn ) 7 g;  120 ml water, Ground; plus boiling water; filtered, Drink 1 100 ml once a day; for 30 days.

High blood pressure:

1 young noni fruit; 3-7 pieces of fresh daun dewa leaves; 110 ml water, brewed, drunk 1-2 times a day 100 ml; for 1 month.


Daun Dewa leaves 5 ​​pieces; 110 ml water, Brewed, Drink 1 a day 100 ml.

Cleansing the wound:

Enough water, Dewa leaves full hand then daun dewa leaves finely ground and put in water, dirty wounds put in water mixed withdewa leaves.

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