Monday, 2 July 2012

Hibiscus Flower

Hibiscus has a sweet taste and is neutral. The chemicals contained in the hibiscus leaves in between taraxeryl acetate. In addition, the hibiscus flower contains cyanidin diglucosid, hibisetin, bitter substances, and mucus.
Owned by the pharmacological effects of hibiscus include antiviral, antiinflammatory, antidiuretic, menormalkal menstrual cycle, and shed sputum. Hibiscus flowers are also used to treat purulent urine, sputum and purulent cough, whooping cough, boils, boils on the child's head, ulcustripicum, diarrhea, irregular menstruation, urinary tract infections, vaginal discharge, menstrual launched, bronchitis, and tuberculosis. In addition, the leaves are used to treat ulcers, fever due to malaria, mumps, nosebleeds, dermatitis, rhinitis, inflammation of the lining of the eye, and colitis.

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