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Diseases that can cure gardenia rose

Gardenia a rose is a flowering plant of medium height. The flowers are white, fragrant and single grow at the ends of the branches. It is usually planted in gardens as ornamental plants. Originally from South China and is now spread all over the world.

Nutrients and chemicals that can be cured:
*Flowers- contain styrolyl-acetate and aqueous.
*Plants - are available in 9 types of chemicals such as imperatorin, isoimperation, crocetin, 5-hydroxy-7,3,4,5, tetrainethoxyflavone, 2-methyl-3,5-dihydroxychromone, sudan lol, geniposide, crocin, and crocin-3.

Diseases that can cure gardenia rose:
1.)Gastritis - you can also drink the juice of the dried root to treat the condition of gastritis.
2.)Eye implants - the implanted flower can be washed with the eye undergoing implantation. 3.)Fever - watering the rosary root is nourished by the person suffering from fever with accompanying fever. Wooden bark can also be used with rose branches. The powdered fruit of the rosé mixed with the drink is also effective in reducing fever.
4.)Pigment - The powdered fruit of the rosary coats the boiled body.
5.)Diarrhea - The nourishment of the bark of the tree makes the person suffering from diarrhea drink.
6.)Toothache - Injured toothpaste also improves the yield of rose fruit to reduce inflammation and pain.
7.)Dyspepsia - a condition of severe abdominal pain due to dyspepsia or poor digestion may help with the consumption of rose leaves and flowers.

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