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Do you know that alugbati leaves is use to cure herpes?



  Alugbati is a creeping plant that is commonly seen growing anywhere. It has red vines or branches and leaves that are heart-shaped. The fruit is small round like purple pepper. The fruit is colored red or purple so it is often used as lipstick on the face.

The nutrients and chemicals that can be taken from the Alugbati:
 1.) Leaves - Alugbati leaves contain saponin, vitamin A & B. It also contains glycosides, saponins, tannins, flavonoids, terpenoids, and carbohydrates.
2.) Fruit - contains mucilage, iron.

Diseases that can be treated with alugbati:
1.) Herpes. Applying a soft leaf resin and alugbati branches will help in faster healing of skin rash.
 2.) High blood. Leaves of alugbati leaves may be given to the person suffering from an increase in blood pressure.
 3.) Ulcer. The presence of gastric ulcer can be quickly cured by consuming alugbati leaf extract.
4.) Headache. Adhesive resin from leaves and branches is applied over the head to eliminate headaches.
5.) Pimple. Resin algae are great for preventing pimples from growing in the body.
6.) Wounds. The juice of alugbati leaves mixed with butter can help with the rapid healing of skin lesions. The chopped leaves can be spread on the affected skin.
7.) Diarrhea. Drinking the soft sap from the leaves and branches of the alugbati can cure diarrhea.
8.) Respiratory Disease. The nourished root and branches of the alugbati are ideal for stomach aches.



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