= Laurentia longiflora, (Linn.), Peterm.
Plants that come from the West Indies are growing wild on the edge of water channels or streams, dike fields, around fences and other places which moist and open. Ki tolod can be found from the lowlands to 1100 m above sea level. Erect herb, reaching 60 cm tall, branched from base, white sap that tastes sharp and poisonous. Leaves single, sit, lancet shape, rough surface, the tip pointed, base narrowed, curved edges inward, until the curved toothed pinnate. Leaves 5-17 cm long, 2-3 cm wide, it's green. The flowers are erect, single, out of axillary, long stemmed, white star-shaped crown. The fruit is a bell-shaped boxes, duck, split into two rooms, seedy. Propagation by seed, stem cuttings or seedlings.
Toothache, asthma, bronchitis, sore throat, medicine for wounds, eye drops, medicine for cancer;
PART USED: Leaves, flowers or whole plants.
- Asthma, bronchitis, sore throat.
- Drug wound. Interest:
- eye drops.
The whole plant:
- cancer drugs.
To drink: 3 pieces of leaves, boiled.
External use: The leaves are washed clean and then crushed, put in place the sick.
HOW TO USE:
1. Bronchitis, sore tonggorok:
3 pieces of fresh leaves washed and boiled with 2 cups water
clean up the remaining 1 cup. After chilling filtered and drunk.
Do 2 times a day, morning and afternoon.
2 pieces of leaves washed and finely ground, put in the hole
3. Drug injury:
Fresh leaf is washed and then crushed to taste until smooth.
Stick it on the wound and then wrapped with a clean cloth. Replace 2-3 times
NOTE: This plant is poisonous. For one drink, should not be more than 3 pieces of leaves.