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Herbal Medicine (Ulasimang Bato)




Ulasimang- bato
(Peperonia Pellucida)
  • A weed, with heart-shaped leaves also known as "pansit-pansitan", grows in shady parts of the garden and yard. It is effective in fighting arthritis and gout. The leaves can be eaten fresh (about a cupful) as salad or like tea.
Parts utilized:
  • leaves
Use:
  • Lowers uric acid. (Rheumatism and gout)
Preparation:
  • Wash leaves well. One and a half cup leaves are boiled in two glassfuls of water over lower fire. Do not cover pot. Cool and strain. Divide into three parts and drink each part three times a day after meals.
  • May also be eaten as salad. Wash the leaves well. Prepare one and a half cups of leaves. Divide into 3 parts and take as salad three times s day.

Sources: Cuevas, Francis Public Health Nursing in the Philippines. 10th Edition 2007
    http://www.pcarrd.dost.gov.ph/prosea/proseaherbal







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