Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Purple leaves (Graptophyllum Pictum)

Purple leaves (Graptophyllum Pictum) belongs to a group of plant families Acanthacea. Purple leaves can we identify with the characteristics of an upright stem, it is small and only reached 3 meters high, usually growing wild in the countryside or grown as an ornamental or medicinal plants. Purple leaves can grow in the lowlands with an altitude of 1250 meters above sea level, purple stems, the stems nearly triangular cross-section blunt.
 Purple leaves a lot of benefits used by the general public to treat diseases, such as:

Helps relieve the symptoms of hemorrhoids, cure hemorrhoids, reduce pain caused by pain, urine waste Smooth, Smooth menstrual cycle, Relieves rheumatism, arthritis and joint pain, ulcers heal wounds (wounds that long), ripen boils, swelling Treating

Chemical content in the leaves are purple, among others:

Alkaloids, Pectin, formic acid, glycosides, steroids, Saponins, Tannins, chlorophyll (chlorophyll leaf), Slime.

Purple leaves on the stem, contain chemicals, such as:
Calcium oxalate, formik Acid, Fatty

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