Thursday, 12 April 2012

Centella Asiatica

Centella asiatica is a wild plant that is in the lowlands, up to about 2,500 m above sea level. 

Empirically, commonly used as a tonic, anti-infective, antirheumatic, sedative, accelerate wound healing, and diuretics, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antitumor, or to improve memory (CNS), eczema (open wound), and hepatitis.  

Compounds that have Centella asiatica, which asiaticiside, thankuniside, medecassoside, brahmoside, brahminoside, madastic acid, vitamin B1, B2, and B6.  Centella asiatica water extract may fight bacteria that cause infections of the respiratory tract.  

Empirically, the use of Centella asiatica to eradicate tuberculosis in the lungs can be carried out based on the following recipe. Wash 30-60 g fresh Centella asiatica, and then boiled in 3 cups of water until the remaining 1 cup, and drink 3 times a day. For TB skin, mash the Centella asiatica, and then paste on the affected part.

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