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

General Name
Wedelia Chinensis
Glycemic Index / Load
Chinese Wedelia
Botanical Name
Wedelia Chinensis
Hindi Name

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Wedelia Chinensis Cures


Action of Wedelia Chinensis

Nutrients in Wedelia Chinensis

Taste of
Wedelia Chinensis

Parts Used

Whole Plant, Leaves, Seeds, Flower
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Wedelia Chinensis is a flowering plant.
It is perennial.
It grows in sub tropical regions.
It grows up to 90 Cm.
Best used for Baldness.


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Materia Medica for Wedelia Chinensis

Wedelia Chinensis General

Wedelia Chinensis leaves are considered Tonic and Alterative. The plant possesses Astringent, Bitter, Acrid, Antiinflammatory, Cardio Tonic and Vulnerary.
The leaves are used for Dyeing grey hair. It also promotes Hair growth. The juice of leaves is used to treat Headache, Skin Problems and Jaundice. Crushed leaves are used to treat Ascaris. Extract from dried or fresh leaves is used externally healing Wounds.
The decoction of seeds, flowers and leaves is used as a Deobstruent.
The plant decoction is used for Uterine Hemorrhage and Menorrhagia.
The plant is used to treat Cancer and Alopecia.
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Zachariah ( Kenya )
15 Nov 2017
06 Dec 2018
How much does it cost for the wedelia chinensis ? My email address is-ahero4hire2000 Ahero4hire2000@yahoo.com
Joan Simpson ( New South Wales, Australia )
19 Jun 2018
Can dogs get hallucinatory side effects from this. My dog was nibbling on it for two nights in a row and had severe fear, paranoia and restlessness each night. No problems once I'd removed the creeper
Asnath Colson ( Florida )
05 Jun 2020
I have one of my sisters who grows it on her property. I'm trying to get her to mail me some leaves.
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