Tuesday, 19 June 2012


Flowers: antipyretic, hypotensive, lowering blood pressure, reduce pain, menstrual pain, stomach pain, headache, toothache, abdominal pain, high blood pressure, inflammation of the breast (topical), arthritis (topical), cosmetics (to prevent premature aging), and hard labor.

Root: Anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antitussive, diuretic, cough, kidney stones, bronchitis, leucorrhoea, anti-inflammatory, laxative urine, cough, and pain relief.

Leaf: Anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipyretic, anti-inflammation, reduce pain, and anti-malaria.

Seed: Anti dysentery, arouse appetite, lethargy, headache, bloody dysentery, stimulate the secretion of fluid body (hormones, enzymes, etc..), Induced stimulation of measles.

Marrow stem and base of the flower: Stimulating the vital energy, calm the liver, stimulate spending urine, relieve pain during bowel tract, stomach pain, bloody urine, ari fatty urine, gastric cancer, esophageal cancer and malignant mole.

Prohibited for Pregnant Women
With all its benefits, it turns out there are some things to consider when consuming or using sunflower oil. The most important thing is not to be taken by women who are pregnant or nursing. That's because the sunflower contained a substance called inulin that serves to expand and launch an organ or respiratory tract, so it can be harmful to the baby.

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