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Wedelia Biflora Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Wedelia Biflora
English Name
Wedelia, Beach Sunflower
Botanical Name
Wedelia Biflora

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Wedelia Biflora Cures

 

Action of Wedelia Biflora

Nutrients in Wedelia Biflora

Parts Used

Roots, Leaves
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Description

Wedelia Biflora is a vine.
It is perennial.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to 2 M.
 

Grown In

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Materia Medica for Wedelia Biflora

Wedelia Biflora General

The leaves of the herb are used as a poultice on Ulcers, Sores, Ringworms and Fungal infections. The leaves and stem are used to treat Acne and Appendicitis.
Oil made from leaves of the herb are used to treat Sprains and bruised Limbs. The decoction of leaves is beneficial for treating Cystitis, Orchitis, Dysentery, Hepatitis and Haemorrhoids. The extraction of leaf buds is used to treat Stomachache and Nausea.
The leaf decoction is Vulnerary and Antiscabious in nature. The whole plant is used to treat Hypertension.
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Queries on Wedelia Biflora
Lauren ( Ontario Canada )
25 Jul 2017
Hello I have cystinosis and am on dialysis. I've had two kidney transplants in my past and am now researching natural ways to be healthier. Came across this site and am wondering where I find this wedelia biflora and how I would use it for the best benefits.
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Sheilla ( Canada )
12 May 2018
Hi i have a nephew 4 and niece 8 months old who both have cystinosis i would like to know more details on how wedelia bilflora could be helful to them.
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