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Talinum Paniculatum Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Talinum Paniculatum
Glycemic Index / Load
Jewels Of Opar
Botanical Name
Talinum Paniculatum

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Action of Talinum Paniculatum

Nutrients in Talinum Paniculatum

Talinum Paniculatum
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Taste of
Talinum Paniculatum

Parts Used

Root, Leaves

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Talinum Paniculatum

It may cause Vomiting and Shortness of Breath.
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Talinum Paniculatum is a plant.
It is an annual.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to One M.
Best used for Lung Diseases.


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Materia Medica for Talinum Paniculatum

Talinum Paniculatum General

Talinum Paniculatum is a Reproductive Tonic. It treats inflammatory conditions.
It is good for Liver and Kidney problems. It treats bad smelling urine, Enuresis, Irregular Menses, Gastrointestinal disorders and General Debility.
The leaves are used topically to treat Edema, Skin Inflammation, Cuts, Scratches and Scrapes. The juice from the leaves smoothens the Body muscles and treats Ulcers.
The swollen root is used as Aphrodisiac. The roots are used for Impotence. A decoction of roots of the plant treat Scurvy, Arthritis, Stomach Inflammation and Pneumonia.
It enhances vitality, treats Diabetes, Inflammation and general weakness.
It regulates menses and other related problems.
It induces Lactation.
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Sarpong Asare-Bediako ( Ghana, Ashanti Region )
27 Apr 2020
How is it administered in treating all these diseases?
Sadhna Ranjan ( India )
04 Nov 2020
How it can be used in the kitchen to have it in a meal.
Linda (Canada)
09 Jan 2021
I put the leaves in my salads and green smoothies.
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