Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Galangal

Galangal is a type of plant tubers that can live in the highlands and lowlands. The stem is consists of the composition of the leaf midrib. The leaves are oval in which the lower leaf-midrib midrib consists of only being equipped with the top of the leaf blade. The flowers appear at the end of the plant.

Health benefits: 
Various skin diseases such as scabies, sores, and ulcers, Ear drops, Liniment, facilitating urinary and biliary tonic, rheumatism, Increase appetite, Whooping cough, Shrimp or seafood allergies causing itching, foot gout, Rheumatism in the legs or liniment, blood booster. Stomach / bloating, skin spots, fever with enlarged spleen, after giving birth, bronchitis, colds, diarrhea, aphrodisiac.

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