Friday, March 25, 2011

Siris Tree for Dysentry and Diarrhoea

A tree that can grwos over 20 meters on high. The leaves are bipinnate and hairy underneath. The branches grows widespread. The flowers are borne in peduncles which are axillary, solitary and yellowed coloured. It looks like a poweder puff.

The bark and leaves are the parts which are commonly use to overcome Dysentery and diarrhoea. Which is prepared by the decoction of the bark and leaves in infusion.


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