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Tithonia Diversifolia Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Tithonia Diversifolia
English Name
Tithonia, Giant Mexican Sunflower
Botanical Name
Tithonia Diversifolia

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Tithonia Diversifolia Cures

 

Action of Tithonia Diversifolia

Nutrients in Tithonia Diversifolia

Taste of
Tithonia Diversifolia

Parts Used

Leaves

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Tithonia Diversifolia

High doses or prolonged use may cause Liver problems.
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Description

Tithonia is a plant.
It is annual.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to 3 M.
 
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Materia Medica for Tithonia Diversifolia

Tithonia Diversifolia General

The various plant parts possess medicinal properties. The plant is used in the treatment of Inflammatory conditions.
A methanol extract of the dried leaves of the plant reduce pain levels. It inhibits Oedema and Granuloma. The leaves are used in the treatment of gastrointestinal infections, Skin diseases and Urinary Tract infections. A decoction of leaves is used in the treatment of Malaria. An infusion of leaves is used in the treatment of Constipation, Stomach pain, Indiigestion, Sore Throat and Liver Pains. Externally, the leaf extracts are used for the treatment of Wounds and Haematomas.
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Queries on Tithonia Diversifolia
Senior gerald
21 Nov 2015
Plant enriches the soil with fertilizing results. Is virtually impossible to propagate by seeds. asparagus size short stalks water rooted work best for propagation. It can also be a perennial in zones 9B. Very subject to leaf blight, although subsequent leaves form after leaf withers and falls. very showy for about 2 weeks in late October drawing massive insects to the flower. freezes back to ground by comes back in spring. Its often confused with other sunflower varieties but grows wild in Mexico where it has other construction and soil enrichment uses. Unusual leaf pattern. Contributors of information often miscatalog it as another species. grows well beyond 12 feet in zone 9b.
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Timothy Sakala
12 Feb 2017
I have used the leaves to control diseases in poultry! Worked well for both broilers and layers. Pound leaves and wash the chlorophyll in water and let poultry drink. No much data is know on what volume of water for what quantity of wet leaves
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Herbpathy Admin
24 Nov 2015
Dear Senior Gerald

Thank you for the piece of information. Your review has been forwarded to our research team and will be incorporated in the website with detailed description.

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This advice is for educational purpose only. It is not intended to replace a doctor. Please consult your doctor before taking any herb.
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Stefano mabaso ( South africa )
25 Jan 2017
i am currently developing permaculture in cottonlands,i need idea to fertilizer sand soil
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Jacob Connell
08 Jan 2018
fabaeceaes(beans) usually deposit nitrates by way of rhizal deposits created by bacteria which live on their roots. Stick to non-invasive or crop varieties if possible.. potatoes are also a good idea...
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BENJAMIN ( Uganda )
09 Feb 2018
HOW DOES TITHONIA DIVERSIFOLIA LOOKS LIKE
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