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Pansit-pansitan

Pansit-pansitan

(Peperomia pellucida)

 

 

Pansit-pansitan (family: Piperaceae) is an herbal medicine also known as Ulasiman-bato, olasiman-ihalas & tangon-tangon in the Philippines. English name: peperomia.

Pansit-pansitan is a small herb that grows from 1 to 1 1/2 feet. It can be found wild on lightly shaded and damp areas such as nooks, walls, yards and even roofs. Pansit-pansitan has heart shaped leaves, succulent stems with tiny flowers on a spike. When matured, the small fruits bear one seed which fall of the ground and propagate. 

EDITORS  
  Iligan City National High School Students:

Rod Daniel S. Leopoldo - IV-Enstein

Zyren Mark C. Erok - IV-Maxwell

Jarvis Dayneille V. Pepito - IV-Einstein

Manry Joe A. Pizarras - IV-Rizal

Cielo A. Lacandula - IV-Einstein
 
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