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Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Medicinal Uses Of Hibiscus (Gumamela)

This article is filed under: Herbal Plants, Medicinal Plants, Health, Herbal Medicine, Medicinal Plants And Their Uses
Hibiscus or Gumamela is commonly known in most of the areas in the Philippines. With vast beautiful varieties, the plant is among plant lovers and flower collectors. Kids even use the flowers and the leaves to make homemade playing bubbles. Aside from being extremely pleasant to behold, hibiscus also has known reputation as a healing plant being used as herbal medicine to cure health issues for ages.
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Hibiscus or Gumamela is commonly known in most of the areas in the Philippines. With vast beautiful varieties, the plant is among plant lovers and flower collectors. Kids even use the flowers and the leaves to make homemade playing bubbles. Aside from being extremely pleasant to behold, hibiscus also has known reputation as a healing plant being used as herbal medicine to cure health issues for ages.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links       Chemicals and substances found in gumamela plant.    Gumamela flowers  contains polyphenols, flavonoids, anthocyanins as well as hibiscetin, cyanidin, quercetin, hentriacontane, calcium oxalate, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and ascorbic acid.    PARTS THAT CAN BE USED AS A MEDICINE AND HOW TO USE IT:   Flowers:  it can be pounded or grounded to get the juice, or boil it to make a tea.   Leaves are usually pounded or ground and applied directly to the affected part or it can be boiled as well.  Bark: it can be boiled to make tea.  Roots: it is usually boiled to make a tea for some instances.    READ MORE:  Find Out Which Country Has The Fastest Internet Speed Using This Interactive Map      Find Out Which Is The Best Broadband Connection In The Philippines   Best Free Video Calling/Messaging Apps Of 2018    Modern Immigration Electronic Gates Now At NAIA    ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region    You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Can A Virgin Birth Be Possible At This Millennial Age?    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer    Support And Protection Of The OFWs, Still PRRD's Priority

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Hibiscus or Gumamela is commonly known in most of the areas in the Philippines. With vast beautiful varieties, the plant is among plant lovers and flower collectors. Kids even use the flowers and the leaves to make homemade playing bubbles. Aside from being extremely pleasant to behold, hibiscus also has known reputation as a healing plant being used as herbal medicine to cure health issues for ages.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links       Chemicals and substances found in gumamela plant.    Gumamela flowers  contains polyphenols, flavonoids, anthocyanins as well as hibiscetin, cyanidin, quercetin, hentriacontane, calcium oxalate, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and ascorbic acid.    PARTS THAT CAN BE USED AS A MEDICINE AND HOW TO USE IT:   Flowers:  it can be pounded or grounded to get the juice, or boil it to make a tea.   Leaves are usually pounded or ground and applied directly to the affected part or it can be boiled as well.  Bark: it can be boiled to make tea.  Roots: it is usually boiled to make a tea for some instances.    READ MORE:  Find Out Which Country Has The Fastest Internet Speed Using This Interactive Map      Find Out Which Is The Best Broadband Connection In The Philippines   Best Free Video Calling/Messaging Apps Of 2018    Modern Immigration Electronic Gates Now At NAIA    ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region    You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Can A Virgin Birth Be Possible At This Millennial Age?    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer    Support And Protection Of The OFWs, Still PRRD's Priority
Chemicals and substances found in gumamela plant.

 Gumamela flowers contain polyphenols, flavonoids, anthocyanins as well as hibiscetin, cyanidin, quercetin, hentriacontane, calcium oxalate, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and ascorbic acid.

PARTS THAT CAN BE USED AS A MEDICINE AND HOW TO USE IT:

Flowers:  it can be pounded or grounded to get the juice, or boil it to make a tea.


Leaves are usually pounded or ground and applied directly to the affected part or it can be boiled as well.

Bark: it can be boiled to make tea.

Roots:
 it is usually boiled to make a tea for some instances.


This article is filed under: Herbal Plants, Medicinal Plants, Health, Herbal Medicine, Medicinal Plants And Their Uses


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