Saturday, June 28, 2014

Kesumba keling herbal for fever

Kesumba, Latin Name: Bixa orellana L.
Habitat: It grows wild in the fields with sufficient light on the lowlands up to 1200 m

Description of the plant: Plant shrubs, 2-9 m tall, single-stemmed leaves have long, oval shape, pointed tip, flat base sometimes heart-shaped, flat edge, 8-20 cm long, 5-12 cm wide, and mottled green color red. This plant flowers pink or white, 4-6 cm in diameter. 

The fruit such as rambutan fruit, covered with hair brush dark red or green, flattened, 2-4 cm long and contains many small seeds scarlet.

Simplesia Name: Folium Bixi.
Part of plant used: Leaf.

Chemical Ingredients: Tannin; Calcium oxalate; saponin; fat; glucoside; resin.

Efficacy: Diuretics; antipyretic.

The herbal recipe:

Sign wind:
Kesumba leaves 15g; 30 g sugar; 500 ml of water, boiled for boiling for 15 minutes, Drunk in the morning and afternoon.

Kesumba leaves 10 g; 400 ml water, boiled until boiling for 15 minutes, 3-4 times a day Drink.

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