Benefits of Mullaca

Mullaca is a perennial herb indigenous to most tropical regions including Amazon. Some if the continents in which it is found include American, Asia and Africa. It bears tiny cream-colored flowers, measures 1m high and is known for its edible fruits, light yellowish orange in color and small. The fruits are known as Cape gooseberry. The size of the fruit can be compared to that of a cherry tomato, and it contains tiny edible seeds. Mullaca is easily dispersed owing to the great number of seeds it produces. The plant…

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clavillia medicinal uses

Clavillia is a perennial herb that grows to about a height of 50 to 100 cm from the roots. Some hybrid species can also grow up to a meter tall. The beautiful flowers usually produced open at around 4 o’clock, stemming the common name ‘four o’clock.’ It is a worldwide ornamental plant grown for the beauty of the flowers, which can be multi-colored, red, purple, pink or even white. The sweet fragrance is also another major reason for its growth. In 1973, the plant was officially botanically recorded despite the…

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Jackass Bitters

The Scientific Name of the plant is Neurolaena Lobata (L.), falling under the family: Asteraceae (daisies). The joint name(s) include tree puntas, gavilana, inaciabi, capitana and Jackass Bitters among others.   Uses Numerous ethnomedical uses exist for the plant species. Animal studies and medical documentation on the plants antimalarial, anthelmintic, antibacterial antiplasmodial and hypoglycemic activities exist, but there are no records of clinical attempts to support the use for any indication.   Dosing Clinical data does not validate it. In treating malaria, ethnomedicinal resources are different for the dosage of…

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vitamin d

Vitamin D Vitamin D is essential for bone health. It’s vital for bone mineralization and absorption of calcium and is important for the prevention of osteoporosis and weakening of bones.   Where Vitamin D Comes from Few foods contain vitamin D most vitamin D comes from the sun   Cancer, According to cancer research studies people living in areas with greater explore to sun have a lower incidence of death from cancer. Other studies have shown getting adequate levels of vitamin D protects against certain types of cancer like prostrate…

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