Phyllanthus niruri (akan:Bowomaguwoakyi) leaf-100g
Phyllanthus consists of the fresh or dried leafy tops of Phylanthus niruri. A glabrous annual herb 30-50cm high with grooved stem; slightly winged branchless; leaves simple, alternate and distichous, oblong-elleptical rounded at both ends. It is considered to be useful in the treatment of thirst, bronchitis, leprosy, anaemia, urinary discharge, anuria, biliousness, asthma, hiccups. The plant is used to treat syphilitic blennorrhoea. The root is diuretic. It is used to remove bladder stones, and is a remedy for jaundice. An infusion of the tender fresh roots is valuable in the treatment of chronic dysentery
Liver damage, diabetes, hepatitis, jaundice, malaria, veneral diseases, urinary tract infection, hypertension
May cause abortion in high doses
Decoction: 30 g(2 tablespoonful) dried leafy tops in 900 ml water; simmer until reduced to 600 ml; 1-3 cups daily
Infusion: 30 g dried leaves in 600 ml of water; 1-3 cups daily
Heart conditions, concomitant use of insulin and antidiabetic drugs, and antihypertensive drugs
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Momordica charantia leaf - 150g ₵12 Sold By: GMF Store
Momordica charantia consists of the fresh or dried leaf or fruit of Momordica charantia. It is a very vigorous, annual climbing plant producing stems 5 metres or more long that scramble over the ground or climb up into the surrounding vegetation, supporting itself by means of tendrils. The fruit has a higher nutritional value than many members of this family, mainly due to its iron and vitamin C content. Bitter gourd tea, made from dried fruit pieces, is a popular health drink in Japan and some other Asian countries.
The leaves are antiseptic, blood purifier, febrifuge and vermifuge. An infusion is used in the treatment of intestinal worms, jaundice, malaria and other fever A decoction of the leaves and stems is used to treat diabetes, high blood pressure and biliousness
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The plant is claimed to be therapeutically useful in the management of convulsion, leprosy, oedema, rheumatic pains, asthma, female
sterility and inflammation. Bark decoction is used for cough, bronchitis, menstrual pains, and arthritis while the root decoction is used for
jaundice. Aqueous extract of the pod is used as anticonvulsant whilst its paste is used to treat rheumatism. The intense odor on roasting is claimed to have insect- and snake-repellent properties (Gill, 1992). In some parts of West Africa, the fruit serves as a spice or as a source of multivitamins. In eastern parts of Nigeria, fruits are used to prepare soups for mothers from the first day of delivery to prevent