Thursday, December 24, 2009

Jasminum Sambac Air Benefits To Health

Not be denied that the jasmine flowers are able to spread fragrance. Not only in Indonesia, but also throughout the world. Jasmine flowers come from Asia and quickly spread to other countries, like Europe, Australia, to Africa.

Although classified as ornamental plants, jasmine flowers are not difficult to maintain. Enough sunlight well, myrtle will bloom throughout the year. Generally jasmine planted in yard as an ornamental plant. In addition to delicious seen, even soothing fragrance. Behind the beauty, it also has a jasmine flower hidden benefits to health, including the following;

Intestine inflammation.
How to: Take a handful of leaves of jasmine poncosuda (another name or jasmine jasmine forest gambier),
boil with 3 cups of water to within 1 cup, strain and drink 2 times a day.

Kidney inflammation.
How to: Take 15 grams of dried leaves of jasmine poncosuda, boiled with 2 cups of water to stay a glass. Drink 2 times a day until the turbid urine becomes normal.

Stopping breastfeeding is exaggerated.
How to: Take a handful of jasmine flowers, wash clean, smooth mashed, give a little water, apply to both breasts, but nipples (do it carefully). Let stand until dry, then wipe with a towel that had been given warm water. Finally, clean with a towel that had been given the cold water.

Fever, Colds, and diarrhea.
Take 4 grams of jasmine, green tea 4 grams, 3 grams cardamom, wash out all the ingredients, boiled with 1.5 cups water, 1 cup to stay. Drink once daily for 3-7 days.

Pain Eye / Red Eye .
Take a handful of jasmine leaves, washed, pounded fine, give a little water,
stick to the forehead near the eyes. Apply 2 times a day for 3 days.

Shortness of breath.
Take 3 grams of dried jasmine, ylang flowers 3, 2 tablespoons sugar, washed, boiled with 400 cc of water to stay half, strain and drink 2 times a day.

1 comment:

Narender Singh Phartyal said...

Jasmine Sambac is eminent as a herbal remedy for healing fever, diarrhea, abdominal distention and many other troubles.

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