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Abelmoschus Ficulneus Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Abelmoschus Ficulneus
Glycemic Index / Load
Native Rosella
Botanical Name
Abelmoschus Ficulneus, Hibiscus Ficulneus
Hindi Name
Jangli Bhindi, Ran Bhendi

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Abelmoschus Ficulneus Cures

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Action of Abelmoschus Ficulneus

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Nutrients in Abelmoschus Ficulneus

Parts Used

Fruit , Leaves , Roots
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Abelmoschus Ficulneus is a shrub.
It is perennial.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows upto 2 M.
Best used for Diarrhea.
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Materia Medica for Abelmoschus Ficulneus

Abelmoschus Ficulneus General

Abelmoschus Ficulneus (White Wild Musk Mallow) is a shrub which bears flowers. Its length ranges between 2-5 feet. It is associated to the Malvaceae family. Musk Mallow flowers do not survive for a long duration. They are white in color with a touch of pink. The mean of the flower is purple in color. These flowers are witnessed in abundance during the summer tide. However, its seeds are obtained in the beginning of the harvest (autumn) season. They majorly grow in India. They are also found in other countries namely, Africa, Australia, Sri Lanka.
The Musk Mallow seeds carry oil, which contains Fatty acids. All the parts of this shrub are utilized for different purposes. Its fruits are fit for consumption by humans.
Its seeds are a beneficial herbal treatment for Asthma.
A fiber is obtained from Abelmoschus Ficulneus's stem. It is used for producing ropes and cords. Its stem contains a gluey material which is used to clear freshly prepared sugar cane juice.
It is also used for enhancing aroma and tang of coffee.
Its leaves help in curbing ailment like Diarrhea. Leaves need to be consumed with salted water.
Its roots help in overcoming deficiency of Calcium in the human body.
It is also effectual in countering the venom of Scorpion or insects. One needs to consume crushed root with water. The paste prepared from the root needs to be applied on the bitten area.
This paste also helps in healing Cuts and Bruises.

Caution-: It should be avoided by Pregnant and Nursing women. It has hair like structure which results in itching, if touched by bare hand.
Keywords : Asthma, Diarrhea, Lack of Calcium, Insect Bites, Bruises.
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Abelmoschus Ficulneus for Diarrhea

Have Leave decoction of Abelmoschus Ficulneus.

Abelmoschus Ficulneus for Calcium deficiency

Crush the fresh roots of Abelmoschus Ficulneus. Preapare a decoction. Have 1/2 glass once a day.

Abelmoschus Ficulneus for Scorpion bite

Make a paste of the roots of Abelmoschus Ficulneus. Apply over the affected area.
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Sachin ( Maharashtra )
27 Jun 2019
Can it is used for any type of cancer...
01 Jul 2019
Hello Sachin,
Abelmoschus Ficulneus effect on cancer cells is not known yet. However, there are other remedies for treating Cancer. Please share the details.
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