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Friday, December 10, 2010

Plant Leaf Drug Spoon

Posted by Esha Flora | 28/03/2009 | Coughing Blood, coughing tightness, Leaf Spoon, diarrhea, dysentery, blood urine, nosebleeds, peluruh Water Art, Plantago major | 1 comments »

Leaf Spoon
(Plantago major L.)
= P.asiatica, Linn. = P.crenata, Blanco. = P.depressa, Willd. = P.erosa, Wall. = P.exaltata, Horn. = P.hasskarlii Decne. = P.incisa, Hassk. = P.loureiri, Roem. et Schult. =, Blanco.


Leaves spoon is a weed in tea and rubber plantations, or growing wild in the forests, fields, and lawns are a bit damp, sometimes planted in pots as a medicinal plant. This plant originated from mainland Asia and Europe, can be found from lowland until height of 3300 m above sea level. Medicinal plants is widespread in the world and has been known since ancient times and is one of the 9 Turnbuhan drugs that are considered sacred in the Anglo Saxon. Chronic herb, grow upright, height 15-20 cm. Leaves single, long stemmed, arranged in a rosette roots. Round leaf shape eggs until lancet wide, flat or jagged edges rough irregular, smooth or slightly hairy, pertulangan curved, length 50-10 cm, width 4-9 cm, it's green. Compound inflorescence composed of grains whose length is about 30 cm, small, white color. Fruit oblong or oval, containing 2-4 seeds are black and wrinkled. The young leaves can be cooked as a vegetable propagation by seed.

Local Name:
Ki vein, ceuli, c. uncal (Sunda), meloh Kiloh, muscle-ototan,; Sangkabuah, sangkabuah, sangkuah, Blumea muscle; suri Pandak (Java). leaf veins. leaf veins, leaf scoop,; tail wind, deer ears (Sumatra). ; Torongoat (Minahasa). ; Che qian cao (China), ma de, xa tien (Vietnam),; Weegbree (Netherlands), plantains, Greater plantain,; BROADLEAF plantain, rat's tail plantain, waybread,; White man's foot (England).;

Curable Disease:
Urinary tract infections, urinary fatty, bloody urine,; swelling because of kidney disease (nephrotic edema), gall stones,; kidney stones, inflammation of the prostate (prostatitis), urinary bit, fever, influenza, whooping cough (pertussis), inflammation of the airways (bronchitis), diarrhea, dysentery, stomach pain, sore red eyes (conjunctivitis); Diabetes (diabetes mellitus), worms, insect bites,; acute hepatitis accompanied by yellow (jaundice acute hepatitis), nosebleeds,; digestive disorders in children ( dyspepsia), intestinal worms,; Incentives desire (aphrodisiac), beser mani (spermatorea); Urinary pain (dysuria), difficult urination, blurred vision,; Coughing blood, vaginal discharge (leukore), muscle pains, red eye,; cough with phlegm, beri-beri, high blood pressure (hypertension), rheumatic gout,; Jaundice (jaundice).;


Herbs, seeds, roots. Seeds were collected after a cook and then roasted or roasted with salt water.

Herba efficacious address:
- Urinary tract disorders such as urinary tract infections,
piss fat, bloody urine, swelling due to kidney disease
(Nephrotic edema), pee a little because of the heat in,
- Gallstones, kidney stones,
- Inflammation of the prostate (prostatitis),
- Influenza, fever, whooping cough (pertussis), inflammation of the airways
- Diarrhea, dysentery, stomach pain,
- Red eye inflammation (conjunctivitis), describes a vision
- Diabetes mellitus (DM),
- Acute hepatitis accompanied by yellow (jaundice acute hepatitis),
- Worms, insect bites, and
- Bleeding, such as nosebleeds, coughing up blood.

Roots efficacious to overcome:
- Vaginal discharge (leukore) and
- Muscle aches.

Nutritious seeds to overcome:
- Digestive disorders in children (dyspepsia),
- Stimulating desire (aphrodisiac), beser mani (spermatorea)
- Urinary pain (dysuria), difficult urination, feeling of fullness in abdomen
- Diarrhea, dysentery,
- Worms,
- Blurred vision,
- Red eyes, swollen and sore due to heat in the liver,
- Cough with much phlegm,
- Beri-beri, high blood pressure (hypertension),
- Jaundice (jaundice), and
- Rheumatic gout.

Dried herbs as much as 10-15 g of fresh or as many as 15 30 g of boiling water, then drink the water. Fresh herbs can also be ground and then squeezed and filtered for drinking. To use the seeds, prepare 10-15 g seed leaf spoon, and boil and drink water. For external use, fresh herbs and crushed affixed to the wound bled, scalded, or boils, and then bandaged. Use can also by boiling, then water to rinse his mouth on the gums and sore throat dang. Can also be used by way of finely ground, then made ointments to deal with boils, abscesses, and ulceration.

1. Smooth piss
a. Tablespoons fresh herb leaves as much as 6 ounces of washed, add sugar
cubes to taste. Ingredients are boiled with 3 liters of water,
boiled water until the remaining half. Drinking tea like water
spend a day.

b. Tablespoons fresh herb leaves are washed and pounded until creamed Juicing
and filter until the water is collected 1 / 2 cup. Add honey 1
spoon, then drink as well.

2. Bloody urine:
Tablespoons fresh herb leaves are washed and pounded until creamed. Juicing
water is collected and filtered through a glass. Drink before you eat

3. Dysentery heat:
Tablespoons fresh herb leaves washed and finely ground. Squeeze and
filter to collect 1 cup. Add 2 tablespoons honey
, stirring evenly. Juice, is then briefly steamed.
Drink all at once while warm.

4. Basiler dysentery, diarrhea:
Tablespoons fresh herb leaves as much as 30 g after washed ago
boiled with 2 cups water to the remaining 1 cup boiled water
After chilling filtered, water is taken 2 times a day, each
1 / 2 cup.

5. Nosebleed:
Tablespoons fresh leaves as much as 15 g washed and crushed. Brewed with
a cup of hot water. After the cold pressed and filtered, then
while drunk.

6. Cough tightness, coughing up blood:
Tablespoons fresh herb leaves as much as 60 g of washed and then add water
net until submerged and 30 g of sugar cubes. Steamed until boiling
for 15 minutes. Drink while warm.

NATURE OF CHEMICAL AND pharmacological effect: this herb is sweet and cold. and relieve thirst. Seeds are sweet, cold, enter the kidney meridian, liver, small intestine and lung. CHEMICAL CONTENT: This herb contains plantagin, aukubin, ursolik acid, Beta-si-tosterol, n-hentriakontan, and plantagluside consisting of methyl D-galakturonat, D-galactose, L-arabinose and L-rhammosa. Also rnengandung tannin, potassium and vitamins (B1, C, A). Potassium is peluruh urine and dissolve the calcium salt deposits found in the kidneys and bladder. Aukubin active substances in addition to efficacious protect the liver against toxic substances that can influence rnerusak liver cells (hepatoprotector), also efficacious antiseptic. Seed (che qian zi) leaves contain acid planterolik spoon, plantasan (with a composition of xylose, arabinose, and rharnnose galacturonat acid), protein, starch, aucubin, succinic acid, adenine, cholin, katalpol, syringin, fatty acids (palmitate, stearate, arakidat, oleic, linolenic and lenoleat), and Flavanone glycosides. While the roots contain naphazolin. Farmakologis Securities and Research Results 1. Ethyl acetate fraction (acid) with a dose of 2 tablespoons leaves glkg bw given orally at a white male rats that had been induced with 200 mglkg bw asetosal, it has antiuicer activity. Phytochemical screening of the ethyl acetate fraction showed the presence of triterpenoid acids and monoterpenoids (Sariati, Department of Natural Sciences Farinasi UNPAD, 1993). 2. Leaves infusion spoon 10% and 20% of the solubility of Ca and Mg from kidney stones in vitro, mernpunyai dissolving effect of calcium and magnesium from kidney stones were significantly compared to distilled water (Ismedsyah, USU Department of Pharmacy and Science, 199 1). 3. Spoon leaf extract at a concentration of 1-3 g / wi shows the antibacterial against Staphylococcus aureus and Shigella sonnei (Meriana Sugiarto, Fak. Pharmaceutical Univ. Widya Mandala Catholic, .1992).

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