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posted September 18, 2011 05:34PM
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Jayjay728 posted on September 16, 2011 11:51PM

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Constipation:

  1. Papaya – Eat two sliced ripe papaya fruit every morning.
  2. Kangkong leaves – Boil 1 or 2 cups of leaves and eat it every meal,
  3. Malunggay leaf – Boil 1 cup of malunggay leaves and take it during meal

 

Indigestion (hindi matunawan)

  1. Papaya fruit, ripe – eat one sliced, this will help to grind protein in your body
  2. Anonas leaves – To be heated on fire, Place over stomach when heat is bearable. Change it every 2 hours.
  3. Kamatsili leaves – boil one cup of kamatsili leaves in 4 cups of water for 12 minutes. Put  small amount of salt.

For age: 1 year old – 1 tsp every 4 hours.

               3-12 y.o. – one fourth cup every 4 hrs.     

               Adult       – half cup every 4 hours

ok, try ko yung kangkong if effective ha........ kasi yung papaya di masyado effective sa akin...........

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posted September 18, 2011 06:27PM
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My Granny use these plants for various ailmenst as follows:

Gatas-Gatas Plant (Milk herb/Euphorbia hirta L. )  – for Asthma and small cuts or scratches.

For Asthma – Roll in a piece of paper the pounded and dried leaves of gatas-gatas plant ,  then smoke or inhale like cigar.

 

For minor cuts or scratches – Pound the leaves and applied to affected areas.

 

Gumamela – (Pigsa, Beke, at bukol), Bronchitis, Cough, Red Eyes (sore eyes)

 

Pigsa – Pound 4 pcs of fresh flowers and apply on affected parts. Change it daily until it heals.

 

Bronchitis -  Rinse with running water then dip or immerse a gumamela flower in a boiled water for about 15 minutes.  Filter the water and drink when cold.

 

Cough – Same as in bronchitis.

 

Sore Eyes – Boil a clean roots of gumamela, let the water boil continuously for about 16 minutes. Then filter the water and cool it. Use the water to wash/rinse affected eye.

 

Ikmo leaves – Para sa kabag

 

Kabag – Spread oil (cooking oil) over the leaf and heat it on fire or naked flame, place it over patient’s stomach while still warm but not so hot.

 

Ipil-Ipil (Lead Tree/Leucaena glauca)– for worms

 

Bulate – pulverize or powder the dried and grown-up (adult) seeds.

For 7-10 y.o. -  ¼ tsp of the powdered seeds, mix it with condensed milk or take it together with water.

For 11-15 y.o – ½ tsp of powdered seeds,  take  it same as in above procedure.

Adult -  1 tsp , 2 hours after breakfast or lunch.

 

 

Kakawati or Madre Kakaw – For itchy skin or rheumatism.

 

Itchy Skin – Wash and Pound or chop plenty leaves and squeeze the juice on itchy skin.

 

Rheumatism – Place on the affected joints or parts the pounded leaves.  Keep it in place by using gauze or piece of cloth.

 


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posted September 19, 2011 12:36PM
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Ikmo leaves Para sa kabag

ano po itsura nito?
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posted September 19, 2011 12:40PM
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Alugbati para sa mga anemic. lagundi sa ubo. Dahon ng bayabas pang disinfectant sa sugat. Dahon ng tuba-tuba para sa pilay..Ayy nakalimutan ko na yung iba..
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posted September 19, 2011 12:43PM
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ewan ko kung meron ng nagsuggest neto. banaba leaves drinks for diabetes.

http://www.medicalhealthguide.com/articles/banaba.htm
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posted September 19, 2011 01:28PM
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murangbahaylupa posted on September 19, 2011 12:36PM
Ikmo leaves Para sa kabag

ano po itsura nito?


Ang dahon ng Ikmo, just click this link: (hindi ko siya ma-print dito)

  http://stuartxchange.com/Ikmo.html

 




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Kamatsili – For diarrhea 

Diarrhea – Boil a piece bark from the tree for 5 minutes. Filter and drink the water once it cools off.

 

 

Lagundi (Five-leaf chaste tree/Vitex negundo ) – For headache, fever, cough, and wounds.

Headache – Pound 4 pieces of fresh leaves then place over forehead .

Fever – Boiled 6 pieces of dried leaves (10 pcs for fresh leaves) in a glass of water for 16 minutes continuous boiling or until the water reduced into half glass.

 

Adult – drink ½ glass of water.

2-5 y.o. – 3 teaspoon

6-9 y.o. – 2 tablespoon

10 above – 3 tbsp every 4 hours.

Cough – Same procedure as in fever.

  

Lantana or Katuray(Corkwood Tree/Sesbania grandiflora) – For Fever, rheumatism, and wounds.

 

Fever – Boil small piece of tree bark or dip 4 pieces of leaves in a boiled water (just or newly boiled) then drink this as your tea.

 

Rheumatism – Pound 15 pcs of fresh leaves and add few drops of cooking oil. Put to heat through slight/small fire. Then placed on ailing parts while a little bit hot (when heat is bearable). Do this whenever necessary or before bedtime.

 

Wounds – Pound the leaves and place it on the wounds. Keep it in place by a piece of cloth.

 

 

Luya  (Ginger/Zingiber officinale Rose) – for Sore-throat, stomach discomfort, scratches/slight wounds, Rheumatism.

 

Scratches – Pound a pice of ginger and applied the juice on affected parts.

 

Stomach Discomfort – Squash or crush a piece of ginger and bring it to a boil for 16 minutes. Drink this water (salabat) while still warm.

 

Sore-throat – Same as stomach discomfort or cut  small piece and chew it.

 

Rheumatism – Grill a piece of ginger, crush/squash and mix few drops of cooking oil and apply to affected parts.

 

 

Mais (Corn/Zea mays)– For Pissing (urinate).

 

Pissing – Boil a handful of corn hair or 5 pieces adult corncob (magulang na busal) on a four glasses of water for 16 minutes or until the boiling water becomes 2 glasses. Filter and drink the remaining water at 1/3 of a glass, 3 times daily.

 

 

Malunggay  (Bean Oil Tree/Moringa oleifera) – For constipation, rheumatism, and wounds.

 

Constipation – Eat malungay leaves or malunggay fruit as a vegetable.

 

 

Rheumatism – Roast a handful of malunggay seeds (adult/magulang) on a frying pan (no oil) till toasted (like a cooffe bean or rice coffee). Pound the seeds and mix with coconut oil. Apply to affected parts before breaktime.

 

Wounds – Pound a handful of fresh malunggay leaves or half cup of grinded bark (tree bark), mix with few sterilized water and apply to wounds.

  

Manga (Mango/Mangifera indica) – For Cough and Diarrhea

 

Cough – Dip young leaves of mango in a newly boiled water. Drink like a tea when warm.

 

Diarrhea – Boil two tbsp of chopped bark or 4 tbsp of chopped seed (seed flesh only, seed shell not included) in a two glasses of water for 16 minutes or until one glass of water is remaining. Filter and cool it off,  Drink ¼ glass 3 times daily.

 

 


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ok sir thanks yan pala yun, pero madalang ata may tanim ng ganyang halaman.........
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posted September 19, 2011 02:32PM
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dahon ng balbas pusa - sakit sa bato

dahon ng bayabas at aratilis - sakit ng tyan, pagtatae

dahon ng kamyas - sa kati at lamig sa katawan

dahon ng atsuete - pantapal sa rayuma

dahon ng lagundi - ubo

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posted September 19, 2011 02:32PM
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Carrot  

• Body cleanser, and is a medication for kidney problems
• Treatment for cough and chest pains
• Anti-inflammatory and antiseptic function helps solve burns, ulcer and infected wounds

 

 

Preparation & Use:

• Boil with milk, and drink for cough
• Poultice of carrots may be applied to infected wounds and to the chest, in case it is going to be used to aid in an individual’s chest pains
• Ground seeds of the plant may be taken as tea, in order to increase urine flow


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posted September 19, 2011 03:09PM
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oregano po ang natatndaan kong gamit sa ubo
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posted September 19, 2011 03:14PM
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murangbahaylupa posted on September 19, 2011 02:03PM
ok sir thanks yan pala yun, pero madalang ata may tanim ng ganyang halaman.........


Medyo wild kasi yan, pero makakabili ka nyan sa Quiapo church areas or vicinity, likewise in monumento under Lrt.

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English

Philippine

Scientific Name

Spiny licuala

Balabat

Licuala spinosa

Weeping fig

Balete

Ficus benjamina

Tropical spiderwort

BIAS-BIAS

Commelina benghalensis

Yellow dock

Curly dock

Rumex crispus

Tick tree

DIKIT-DIKIT

Desmodium gangeticum

Goosefoot wood

GALAMAI

Schefflera arboricola Hyata 

Milk herb

GATAS GATAS

Euphorbia hirta L.

Passion flower

GRANADILLA

Passiflora quadrangularis

Soursop

GUYABANO

Annona muricata

Withering leaf

IKMO

Piper betle Linn.

Dwarf lang ylang shrub

ILANG-ILANG GUBAT

Desmos cochinchinensis

Silver-flower vine

Japanese Honeysuckle

Lonicera japonica

Nicker tree

KALUMBIBIT

Caesalpinia bonducella

Motherwort

KAMARIANG-SUNGSONG

Leonorus sibiricus

Tomato

KAMATIS

Lycopersicum esculentum

Stinking cassia

KATANDA

Cassia tora Linn.

Corkwood tree

KATURAY

Sesbania grandiflora

Bamboo

KAUAYAN-KILING

Bambusa vulgaris

Celery

KINTSAY

Apium graveolens

Cow-foot leaf

KUBAMBA

Piper umbellatum

Wild sour

LABUAG

Hibiscus surattensis

Earth egg

Lagtang

Tinospora capillipes

Shell ginger

LANGKAWAS NA PULA

Languas speciosa

Wild daisy

LANOT

Senecio scandens

Langsat

LANSONES

Lansium domesticum

 

LIMANG-SUGAT

Justicia gendarussa Linn.

Sea rosemallow

MALABAGO

Hibiscus tiliaceus

Climbing false buckwheat

MALABATO

Anredera scandnes

Mountain black turtle

MALABUTA

Stephania hernandifolia

Itch plant

MALAGOSO

Mollugo pentaphylla

Elephant foot

MALATABAKO

Elephantopus mollis

Mangosteen

MANGOSTAN

Garcinia mangostana

Jujube plum

MANSANITAS

Ziziphus jujuba

Wild cinnamon

NAMOG

Cinnamomum iners

Cowhage

NIPAI

Mucuna pruriens

Life-saver king

PAKONG TULOG

Selagenella tamariscina

Fragrant glory bower

PELEGRINA

Clerodendron fragrans

 

PILI

Canarum album

Common rush

PINGOT

Juncus effusus

Water willow

 

Justicia procumbens

Corpse flower

PUNGAPUNG

Amorphophallus campanulatus

Pitogo

QUEEN SAGO

Cycas rumphii

China grass

RAMIE

Boehmeria nivea Linn.

Banana

SAGING

Musa sapientum

Tamarind

SAMPALOK

Tamarindus indica

Tickweed

SILISIAN

Polanisia icosandra

Ribbon plant

SPIDER PLANT

Chlorophytum comosum

 

TALA

Limnophila rugosa

Indian nightshade

TALONG-PIPIT

Solanum indicum

Turkey berry

TANDANG ASO

Solanum torvum

Common arrowhead

TIKOG

Sagittaria sagittifolia

Indian heliotrope

TROPANG ELEPANTE

Heliotropium indicum

Sago zamia

ZAMIA

Zamia pumila

       

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Kasondi senna

ANDADASI

Cassia sophera

Kudzu

BAAI

Pueraria thunbergiana

Yellow bauhinia

BAHO-BAHO

Bauhinia tomentosa

Fever nut

BAKAIG

Caesalpinia crista

Sea mango

BARAIBAI

Cerbera manghas

Garden beet

BEET

Beta vulgaris

Giant elephant ear

BIGA

Alocasia macrorrhiza

Common bushweed

BOTOLAN

Sicurinega virosa

Tallownut

BUOL

Ximenia americana

Buri palm

BURI

Corypha elata

Sinew

BUTA-BUTA

Excoecria agallocha

Toothache tree

CHI-IT

Zanthoxylum alatum

Tiger claw

DAPDAP

Erythrina variegata

Philippine dwarf sugar palm

Gumayaka

Arenga tremula

Makuri-nori (Japanese)

KAI-JIN-SO

Digenea simplex

Red cedar

KALANTAS

Toona calantas

Patchouli

KABLING

Pogestemon cablin

Ivy-leaf morning glory

KAMOKAMOTIHAN

Ipomoea nil Roth

Red orchid

KASUBHA

Carthamus tinctorius Linn

Ink nut

KOMINTANA

Terminalia chebula

Drooping knotweed

 

Polygonum pubescens

 

LAGUAN

Euchresta horsfieldii

Spice ginger

LANKAUAS

Alpinia galanga

Liquorice

LICORICE

Glycyrrhiza glabra

Sessame

LINGA

Sesamum indicum

 

LIPA

Laportea meyeniana Warb.

Hawaiian woodnettle

LIPANG-ASO

Laportea interrupta

Pine cone ginger

LUIANG-USIU

Zingiber zerumbet

Candle nut

LUMBANG

Aleurites moluccanus

Mountain apple

MAKOPA

Syzygium malaccense

Red madder

MANKIT

Rubia cordifolia

Bashful mimosa

MAKAHIYA

Mimosa pudica

Field sedge

MUTHA

Cyperus rotundus Linn.

Sinew hardening vine

NITONG PULA

Lygodium japonicum

Wax- flower plant

PANDAKAKING-TSINA

Tabernaemontana divaricata

Common leucas

Pansi-Pansi

Leucas aspera

Vegetable sponge

PATOLA

Luffa acutangula

Cucumber

PIPINO

Cucumi sativus

 

PUT

Siegesbeckia orientalis Linn

Cabbage

REPOLYO

Brassica oleracea

Indian cress

SABI

Nasturtium indicum

Dryer's mulberry

TAHID-LABUYO

Vanieria cochinchinensis

Wood ears, cloud ears

TAINGAN-DAGA

Auricularia auricula-judae

Golden eye grass

TALOANGI

Curculigo orchioides Gaertn.

False daisy

TINTATINTAHAN

Eclipta alba

Sugarcane

TUBO

Saccharum officinarum

Lesser yam

TUGI

Dioscorea esculenta

 

 

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natatandaan ko dahon ng bayabas sabi ng lolo ko epektib 'to sa lahat ng sugat.
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Kung gusto nyong makita ang itsura o larawan ng halamang nasa listahan, i-click nyo lang ang scientific name nya sa bandang kanan, at makikita nyo ang pic pati mga detalye tungkol sa halaman na yan.

 

 

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English

Philippine

Scientific names

Urine pearl

Adlai

Coix lachryma-jobi Linn.

Climbing dayflower

Alikbangon

Commelina diffusa

Bitter gourd

Ampalaya

Momordica charantia

Needle bush

Aroma

Acacia farnesiana

Fish poison

Balatong-Pula

Tephrosia purpurea

Ant plant

Banghai

Hydnophytum formicarum

Toothache plant

Biri

Spilanthes acmella

Golden hair dog fern

Borabor

Cibotium barometz

Hairy puppy

Borabor

Cibotium barometz Linn.

Blue bugle

Bugleweed

Ajuga bracteosa

Peacock flower

BULAKLAK NG PARAISO

Caesalpinia pulcherrima

Clausena

BURINGIT

Clausena excavata

Flame lily

CLIMBING LILY

Gloriosa superba

Shrubby deeringia

DITIRAN

Deeringia amaranthoides

Endive

ENDIBA

Cichorium endivia

Endive (by jayjay728)

Endive-Ito ang Pechay

Sa ibang asian countries

 

Indian ephedra

GULIPAS

Sida cordifolia

Sacking tree

IPO

Antiaris toxicaria

Chocolate tree

KAKAW

Theobroma cacao

Touch-Me-Not

KAMANTIGI

Impatiens balsamina

Ginger lily

KAMIA

Hedychium coronarium

Yellow bell

KAMPANILYA

Allamanda cathartica

Orange jessamine

KAMUNING

Murraya paniculata

Blue snakeweed

KANDIKANDILAAN

Stachytarpheta jamaicensis

Golden shower tree

KANYA PISTULA

Cassia fistula

Chinese chives

KUCHAI

Allium odorum Linn.

Radish

LABANOS

Raphanus sativus Linn.

Long pepper

LITLIT

Piper retrofractum

False ground nut

MANGKIT PARANG

Desmodium heterocarpum

Seaside clerodendron

MANGONGOT

Clerodendrum inerme

Peanut

MANI

Arachis hypogaea

Sky flying centipede, unkept hair

MILFOIL

Achillea sibirica Ledeb

Mustard

MUSTASA

Brassica integrifolia

Common Indian mulberry

NINO

Morinda umbellata

Hog weed

PAANBALIBIS

Boerhaavia diffusa

Red coxcomb

PALONG MANOK

Celosia cristata

Red cockscomb

PALONG-MANOK

Celosia cristata

White jute

Pasau-na-Bilog

Corchorus capsularis

Fish fern

PAKONG-ALAGDAN

Blechnum orientale

 

PALAI

Oryza sativa Linn.

Black pepper

PAMINTA

Piper nigrum Linn.

Tinkling bell grass

PANTUG PANTUGAN

Physalis pubescens Linn.

Purple flower tree

PARAISO

Melia azedarach Linn.

Dragon fruit

PITAHAYA

Hylocereus undatus

Clustered fishtail palm

PUGAHAN

Caryota mitis

Blue pea

PUKINGAN

Clitoria ternatea

Chrysanthemum

ROSAS DE JAPON

Chrysanthemum sinense

Roseleaf raspberry

SAGMIT

Rubus rosaefolius

Wild onion

SIBUYAS-TAGALOG

Allium ascalonicum

Christmas tree plant

SIEMPREVIVA

Kalanchoe laciniata

Chile pepper, Cayenne

SILING-LABUYO

Capsicum frutescens

Yellow-flowered grass

TANTANDUK

olidago virgaurea

Desert horsepurslane

TOSTON

Trianthema portulacastrum

Wild tea

TSAANG-GUBAT

Carmona retusa

Joy perfume tree

TSAMPAKA

Michelia champaca

Aerial yam, air-potato

UBI-UBIHAN

d bulbifera Linn.

Bottle gourd, white pumpkin

UPO

Lagenaria vulgaris

Wampee

WAMPI

Clausena lansium

ZZ plant

ZAMIOCULCAS

Zamioculcas zamiifolia

Rabbit's foot fern

 

Davallia solida

 

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posted September 19, 2011 05:59PM
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Jayjay728 posted on September 19, 2011 05:53PM

Kung gusto nyong makita ang itsura o larawan ng halamang nasa listahan, i-click nyo lang ang scientific name nya sa bandang kanan, at makikita nyo ang pic pati mga detalye tungkol sa halaman na yan.

 

 

Page – 4 of 9

 

 

 

English

Philippine

Scientific names

Urine pearl

Adlai

Coix lachryma-jobi Linn.

Climbing dayflower

Alikbangon

Commelina diffusa

Bitter gourd

Ampalaya

Momordica charantia

Needle bush

Aroma

Acacia farnesiana

Fish poison

Balatong-Pula

Tephrosia purpurea

Ant plant

Banghai

Hydnophytum formicarum

Toothache plant

Biri

Spilanthes acmella

Golden hair dog fern

Borabor

Cibotium barometz

Hairy puppy

Borabor

Cibotium barometz Linn.

Blue bugle

Bugleweed

Ajuga bracteosa

Peacock flower

BULAKLAK NG PARAISO

Caesalpinia pulcherrima

Clausena

BURINGIT

Clausena excavata

Flame lily

CLIMBING LILY

Gloriosa superba

Shrubby deeringia

DITIRAN

Deeringia amaranthoides

Endive

ENDIBA

Cichorium endivia

Endive (by jayjay728)

Endive-Ito ang Pechay

Sa ibang asian countries

 

Indian ephedra

GULIPAS

Sida cordifolia

Sacking tree

IPO

Antiaris toxicaria

Chocolate tree

KAKAW

Theobroma cacao

Touch-Me-Not

KAMANTIGI

Impatiens balsamina

Ginger lily

KAMIA

Hedychium coronarium

Yellow bell

KAMPANILYA

Allamanda cathartica

Orange jessamine

KAMUNING

Murraya paniculata

Blue snakeweed

KANDIKANDILAAN

Stachytarpheta jamaicensis

Golden shower tree

KANYA PISTULA

Cassia fistula

Chinese chives

KUCHAI

Allium odorum Linn.

Radish

LABANOS

Raphanus sativus Linn.

Long pepper

LITLIT

Piper retrofractum

False ground nut

MANGKIT PARANG

Desmodium heterocarpum

Seaside clerodendron

MANGONGOT

Clerodendrum inerme

Peanut

MANI

Arachis hypogaea

Sky flying centipede, unkept hair

MILFOIL

Achillea sibirica Ledeb

Mustard

MUSTASA

Brassica integrifolia

Common Indian mulberry

NINO

Morinda umbellata

Hog weed

PAANBALIBIS

Boerhaavia diffusa

Red coxcomb

PALONG MANOK

Celosia cristata

Red cockscomb

PALONG-MANOK

Celosia cristata

White jute

Pasau-na-Bilog

Corchorus capsularis

Fish fern

PAKONG-ALAGDAN

Blechnum orientale

 

PALAI

Oryza sativa Linn.

Black pepper

PAMINTA

Piper nigrum Linn.

Tinkling bell grass

PANTUG PANTUGAN

Physalis pubescens Linn.

Purple flower tree

PARAISO

Melia azedarach Linn.

Dragon fruit

PITAHAYA

Hylocereus undatus

Clustered fishtail palm

PUGAHAN

Caryota mitis

Blue pea

PUKINGAN

Clitoria ternatea

Chrysanthemum

ROSAS DE JAPON

Chrysanthemum sinense

Roseleaf raspberry

SAGMIT

Rubus rosaefolius

Wild onion

SIBUYAS-TAGALOG

Allium ascalonicum

Christmas tree plant

SIEMPREVIVA

Kalanchoe laciniata

Chile pepper, Cayenne

SILING-LABUYO

Capsicum frutescens

Yellow-flowered grass

TANTANDUK

olidago virgaurea

Desert horsepurslane

TOSTON

Trianthema portulacastrum

Wild tea

TSAANG-GUBAT

Carmona retusa

Joy perfume tree

TSAMPAKA

Michelia champaca

Aerial yam, air-potato

UBI-UBIHAN

d bulbifera Linn.

Bottle gourd, white pumpkin

UPO

Lagenaria vulgaris

Wampee

WAMPI

Clausena lansium

ZZ plant

ZAMIOCULCAS

Zamioculcas zamiifolia

Rabbit's foot fern

 

Davallia solida

 


heheh, galing, salamat po doc...........

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Malabar nightshade

Alugbati

Basella rubra

Indian prune

Amaiit

Flacourtia rukam

Sacred lotus

Baino

Nolumbo nucifera alba Linn.

Sweet basil

Balanoi

Ocimum basilicum

Star gooseberry

Binahian

Sauropus androgynous

Red smartweed

Buding

Polygonum hydropiper Linn.

Red-head cotton bush

Bulak-damo

Asclepias curassavica

Sessile joyweed

Bunga-Bunga

Alternanthera sessilis

 

Dalunot

Pipturus arborescens

Civet-cat fruit tree

Durian

Durio zibethinus 

Japanese lovegrass

Grama

Eragrostis japonica

Red amaranth

HALON

Amaranthus paniculatus

Hauili fig tree

HAUILI

Ficus septica

Prickly poppy

KACHUMBA

Argemone mexicana

Marsh fleabane

KALAPINI

Pluchea indica

Green groundcover

KANAPA

Hydrocotyle rotundifolia

Prickly ash

KANGAI

Zanthoxylum avicennae

Miracle plant

KATAKATAKA

Bryophyllum pinnatum

St. Ignatius bean

KATBALONGA

Strychnos ignatii

Chinese lantern tree

KORON-KORON

Hernandia ovigera

White-flowered mangrove

KULASI

Lumnitzera racemosa

Carabao grass

LAUA-LAUA

Paspalum conjugatum

 

LUBI-LUBI

Solanum nigrum Linn.

Dwarf lily turf

MONDO GRASS

Ophiopogon japonicus

Green gram

MONGO

Phaseolus aureus

Sage weed

 

Salvia plebeia

Fragrant screw pine

PANDAN

Pandanus tectorius

Wire grass, goose grass

PARAGIS

Eleusine indica

Potato

PATATAS

Solanum tuberosum

Broad-leaved indigo

PAYANGIT

Marsdenia tinctoria

Red sorrel

ROSELLE

Hibiscus sabdariffa

Aloe

SABILA

Aloe vera

Round-leaf salago

SALAGO

Wikstroemia ovata

Japanese star-anise

SANKE

Illicium anisatum

Dragon tail plant

TABATIB

Raphidophora merrillii

Rotula aquatica

TAKAD

Rotula aquatica

Goat-provoking flower

TALONG PUNAI

Datura metel

Goat-provoking flower

TALONG PUNAI

Datura metel

Roots of bullrushes

TAMBO

Phragmites communis  

Tarragon

TARAGON

Artemisia dracunculus

Purging nut

TUBANG-BAKOD

Jatropha curcas

 
To be continued

 




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Eczema herbal remedy-five herbal plants, relieve your eczema symptoms

You need a break from drugs and their side effects, then can try be eczema herbal remedy, your best bet.  It is always best to meet with a focus on the treatment of your condition from the inside to the outside eczema.  Here, five natural eczema are herbal remedies that can help to clarify your skin.

Aloe Vera

 

Aloe Vera plant has been used for centuries for a variety of skin conditions, including burns and dryness.  In fact probably see it as an ingredient in your favorite skin care product.  Why, is Aloe Vera an effective treatment of eczema and herbs?  On the one hand contains Aloe Vera complex sugar called polysaccharide, which naturally moisturize and hydrate the skin.  Aloe helps also kill bacteria, as well as the availability of oxygen in the skin cells to increase.  Aloe Vera is also ideal for soothing irritated skin and prevent future infections.

 

For many current products, the Aloe Vera included, but the best source is from the plant itself.  To use, simply a sheet from the plant and the gel cut to directly apply the skin.  Over time, helps Aloe Vera, reduce eczema and improve the overall quality of the skin.

Turmeric

 

Turmeric is a powerful Indian herb that is used for both cooking and medicine.  Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, is an anti-inflammatory agent that can help to reduce histamine production in the body.  Turmeric contains also antioxidant properties that help the skin retain a youthful appearance.

 

Turmeric as a herbal remedy for eczema can be used internally and externally.  Turmeric spice is accessible in almost every grocery store and add to your meals can prove to be beneficial.  Alternatively, you can find turmeric as a supplement in health food stores.  Create a topical treatment turmeric powder by a paste mix.  Turn the paste to the affected areas and with warm water to rinse.

Chamomile

 

Chamomile is one of the most popular herbal eczema treatments.  The German and Roman Chamomile varieties are known to the most common plants Germain Chamomile is the most common plant uses a eczema herbal remedy.  Chamomile contains a compound called alpha-Bisabolol, anti-inflammatory and anti-itching ingredient.

 

Chamomile is a topical treatment and can be found in essential oils and Herb form.  Chamomile oil, diluted with a carrier oil such as almond, can be applied directly to the skin.  Adding Chamomile can be added to a warm bath, itching and inflammation herbs or flowers.

Witch Hazel

 

Originating from North America, is a potent herb, Witch Hazel for conditions such as hemorrhoids and cold sores is between was used.  Witch Hazel is also a good eczema natural remedy, because of its astringent and anti-inflammatory properties.

 

Tea is a very popular way for the management of Witch Hazel. Add to create a witch hazel tea you 2 to 3 grams Witch Hazel leaves boiling water for about 15 minutes. Witch Hazel tea can be taken two or three times a day. See Witch Hazel in liquid form at any drug store.  In bottles Witch Hazel problem areas can also be applied on eczema.

Rosemary

 

Rosemary is one of the best eczema natural remedy due to the antiseptic and antioxidant properties.  Rosemary is known for reducing inflammation of the skin and stimulating blood circulation.  Rosemary has a powerful aroma, which helps relieve stress.

 

Rosemary is available as an essential oil, oil capsules and teas.  The best way to use Rosemary for eczema is by you a few drops of oil bath and soak.  You can also decide to use topical creams and/or detergents which has Rosemary as an ingredient.  Rosemary is also an Leonurine irritant, so it should be avoided during pregnancy.

Before you take the herbal remedies for eczema, use the run a skin patch test for any allergic reactions to check.  You should consult your physician first, before any eczema trying herbal remedy method.

 


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posted September 20, 2011 07:46AM
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Chamomile, yan has a very relaxing scent...........
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Chamomile - hindi pa ako nakakita nyan, ano ba and scent nyan, parang visk vapor rub ba?

By the way nasa page 7 na tayo ay sana makatulong ito para ma-inform ang mga kasulit natin regarding sa itsura at medicinal properties ng mga ito.

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Lord's fan

Abanico

Belamcanda chinensis Linn.

Soap pod

Acacia

Acacia concinna

Fragrant tiger bones

Alpasotis

Chenopodium ambrosiodes L.

Mulberry

Amoras

Morus alba Linn.

Taiwan goniothalamus

Amuyon

Goniothalamus amuyon

Mountain arnica

Arnica

Arnica montana

Garlic

Bauang

Allium sativum

Blistering Ammania

Bias-Pugo

Ammannia baccifera

 

Bunga

Arecha catechu Linn.

Blue water leaf

Ceylon Hydrolea

Hydrolea zeylanica

 

CHANG-BATO

Canscora diffusa

Marmalade fruit

CHICO-MAMEI

Calocarpum sapota

Wood lotus

CREEPING FIG

Ficus pumila L.

White-faced wind

DAMONG-MABAHO

Inula cappa DC.

Straw sandals

DILA DILA

Elephantopus scaber Linn.

Common resurrection lily

DUSOL

Kaempferia galanga Linn.

Orangeberry

GINGGING

Glycosmis pentaphylla

Round-rooted galangal

GISOL NA BILOG

Kaempferia rotunda

Woodbine

HONEYSUCKLE

Lonicera japonica Thunb.

 

HUNIYAN

Premna herbacea

Hyssop

HYSSOP

Hyssopus officinalis

Green wax flower

 

Dregea volubilis

Whole mountain fragrant

IDSA

Gaultheria cumingiana Vidal

Spanish jasmine

JASMINE (hasmin)

Jasminum officinale

Sandpaper tree

KALIOS

Streblus asper

Three-flower ticktrefoil

KALISKIS-DALAH

Desmodium triflorum

Tree sorrel

KAMIAS

Averroha bilimbi

Fishbone cassia

KARAGAIN

Cassia mimosoides

Feather coxcomb

KINDAYOHAN

Celosia argentea

Tree bean

KUPANG

Parkia javanica

Three-leaved chaste tree

LAGUNDING-DAGAT

Vitex trifolia

Field sow thistle

LAMLAMPAKA

Sonchus arvensis

Sinew extending herb

LAMON BABAE

Lycopodium cernuum L.

Lettuce

LETSUGAS

Lactuca sativa

Common clubmoss

LICOPODIO

Lycopodium clavatum

White calamus

LUBIGAN

Acorus calamus L. 

Chinese banyan

MARABUTAN

Ficus microcarpa

Local gourd

MELON-MELONAN

Trichosanthes cucumeroides

Yarrow

MILFOIL

Achillea millefolium

 

NIOG-NIOGAN

Quisqualis indica Linn.

Nipa palm

NIPA

Nypa fruticans

Sago palm

OLIBA

Cycas revoluta

Dwarf screw-pine

PANDAN-MABANGO

Pandanus odorous

Banana bush

PANDAKAKI-PUTI

Tabernaemontana pandacaqui

Madras carpet

PAKOPATOTI-ALOG

Grangea maderaspatana

Baloon vine

PAROL-PAROLAN

Cardiospermum halicacabum

 

PATOLANG-GUBAT

Trichosanthes quinquangulata

Tree heliotrope

SALAKAPO

Tournefortia sarmentosa

 

SANKE

Illicium anisatum

Sappan wood

SAPAN

Caesalpinia sappan

China root

SARSAPARILANG-CHINA

Smilax china Linn.

Chickenweed

SAYIKAN

Portulaca quadrifida

Pond-crossing snake

SIGANG-DAGAT

Jussiaea repens L.

Sweet leaf

STEBIA

Stevia rebaudiana

 

STEPHANIA

Stephania sasakii

Holy basil

SULASI

Ocimum sanctum

Wild sugarcane

TALAHIB

Saccharum spontaneum

Rose apple

TAMPOI

Syzygium jambos

Yellow-flower grass

TAINGAN-DAGA

Oxalis corniculata Linn.

Jewels of Opar

TALINUM

Talinum paniculatum

Red castor bean, 'cannabis'

TANGAN-TANGAN

Ricinus communis Linn.

Crown daisy

TANGO

Chrysanthemum coronarium

Narrow-leaved indigo

TAIUMAN (Tayuman)

Indigofera hirsuta

Creeping coldenia

TAPIASIN

Coldenia procumbens

Gandarusa

TUHOD-MANOK

Gendarussa vulgaris

Purple ladder

UBI-UBIHAN

Dioscorea batatas

Crude figwort

ULASIMANG ASO

Rehmannia glutinosa Gaertn.

 

UTAU

Glycine max Merr.

Shrub sunflower

WILD SUNFLOWER

Tithonia diversiflolia

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Chamomile, yan has a very relaxing scent...........
di pa ako nakakita ng actual nyan, pero yung scent ng mga oil or baby powder mabango talaga.......
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yung barley miracle grass nga kung tawagin kung malalang sakit nagagamot yung mga pangkaraniwan pa kaya diba

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@ Sis Aimee - May bago tayo, charmomile health benefits. Hahaha, nakakatuwa, ang dami nating natutunan na hindi natin natutunan sa school. Manzanilla pala ito. hehehe

@ xnex150 - correct ka dyan.

 

Chamomile tea benefits have been widely acknowledged and recognized for centuries.

Chamomile tea comes from herb Matricaria recutita, also known as manzanilla. Its flowers

and leaves have been brewed for centuries and drank as a fragrant and flavorful tea.

Chamomile tea's reputation as a medicinal tea shows little signs of abatement.

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Gunpowder plant

Alabong

Pilea microphylla

Four o'clock

A Las Cuatro

Mirabilis jalapa

Spider flower

Apoy-Apoyan

Gynandropsis gynandra

Spinach

Baguio Spinach

Tetragonia expansa

Java brucea

Balaniog

Brucea amarassima

Citronella grass

Balaniu

Andropogon tortilis

Whip vine

BALING-UAI

Flagellaria indica

Kodo millet

BIAS-BIASAN

Paspalum scrobiculatum

Spider flower

BOTETE

Cleome spinosa

Camphor tree

CAMPHOR

Cinnamomum camphora

Ceylon cinnamon

CANELA

Cinnamomum zeylanicum

Beggar ticks

DADAYEM

Bidens pilosa

Blood leaf

DAHONG PULA

Iresine herbstii

Bishop's weed

DAMORO

Carum copticum

Pull-back-and-hold

DIGKIT

Pisonia aculeata

Carabao's teats

HILAGAK

Uvaria rufa

Love vine

Kauad-Kawaran

Cassytha filiformis

Golden star grass

KITKITLI

Hypoxis aurea

Lotus lily

LAUAS

Nymphaea nouchali

Marking nut tree

LIGAS

Semecarpus cuneiformis

Noon flower

LIMANG-DAHON

Pentapetes phoenicea

Lotus sweet juice

LOBIO

Mollugo lotoides

Potato bush

MALATINTA

Phyllanthus reticulatus

Coralbush

MANA

Jatropha multifida

Sunflower

MIRASOL

Helianthus annuus

Mile-a-minute vine

MORNING GLORY

Ipomoea cairica

Poor man's orchid

ORCHID TREE

Bauhinia variegata

Watermelon

PAKUAN

Citrullus vulgaris

St. Paulswort

PUT

Siegesbeckia orientalis

Prayer beads

SAGA

Abrus precatorius

Circassian bean

SAGA HUTAN

Adenanthera pavonina

Sago palm

SAGU

Metroxylon sagu

Leucas

SALITA

Leucas lavandulifolia

Velvet leaf

SANSAU

Cissampelos pareira

Common onion

SIBUYAS

Allium cepa

Wild strawberry

STRAWBERRY

Fragaria vesca

A-drop-of-red

TAGULINAW

Emilia sonchiflolia Linn.

Watercress

TONGHOY

Nasturtium officinale

Red ginger lily

TORCH GINGER

Etlingera elatior

Graceful pouzolzsbush

TUIA

Pouzolzia zeylanica

Mickey mouse plant

Utong

Solanum mammosum

 Chamomile Tea Benefits

 

 

 

 

 

Chamomile tea has been regarded as a medicinal cure-all. It had been considered a universal remedy by the ancient Egyptians.

Now, researchers in England have found new evidence that the chamomile tea may actually help relieve a wide range of health

ailments, including colds and menstrual cramps.

The researchers have found that drinking chamomile tea was associated with a significant increase in urinary levels of hippurate (breakdown products of certain plant-based compounds) and glycine (an amino acid).

The presence of those components appear to contribute to the following Chamomile Tea Benefits:

  • Chamomile tea boosts the immune system and fight infections associated with colds
  • Chamomile tea relieves muscle spasms and menstrual cramps in women
  • Chamomile tea relaxes the nerves
  • Chamomile tea soothes the stomach
  • Chamomile tea reduces inflammation
  • Chamomile tea improves liver function
  • Chamomile tea helps relieve back pain
  • Chamomile tea helps relieve rheumatism

Levels of both hippurate and glycine remained elevated for up to two weeks after the study participants stopped drinking

the tea, indicating that the compounds may remain active for quite some time, according to the researchers.

 


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