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Importance of Ringworm Bush
  • Intestinal parasitism: The seeds used for intestinal parasitism.
  • Tincture from leaves reported to be purgative.
  • Cough: Decoction of leaves and flowers for cough.
  • Ringworm, scabies, eczema, tinea infections, insect bites, herpes: Crushed leaves and juice extract.
  • Preparation: Pound enough fresh leaves; express (squeeze out) the juice and apply on the affected skin morning and evening. Improvement should be noticed after 2 - 3 weeks of treatment.
  • Decoction of leaves and flowers used as mouthwash in stomatitis.


Other Uses:

  • Commercial lotions and ointments for ringworm, pityriasis versicolor, athlete's foot
  • Ointment preparation
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Rod Daniel S. Leopoldo - IV-Enstein

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