A Plant That May Grow Around Your Neiborhood That Is Good In Treating Arthritis, Gout And Many More

Pansit-pansitan is a herbal medicine also known as Peperomia pellucida Linn.

It is a common plants that we see in the neighborhood grounds but behold, you will be surprised about the curing powers of these herbs.

This plant is easy to spot. It can be found wild on lightly shaded and damp areas.Pansit-pansitan is a small herb that grows from 40cm tall.

Pansit-pansitan has heart shaped leaves, succulent stems with tiny flowers on a spike. The fruits are also very small, round to oblong, first green later black. Tiny seeds drop off that grows easily in groups.

The entire plant is edible both cooked or raw. Pansit-pansitan has taken its place in the folkloric herbal medicine providing health benefits for gout, arthritis and other inflammatory conditions.

Pansit-pansitan is also known in other health benefits such as:
*Skin boils,
*Wounds,
*Burns,
*Skin inflammation,
*abscesses,
*pimples,
*Headache
*Abdominal pains
*kidney problems
*Eye inflammation,
*Sore throat,
*Diarrhea,
*Prostate problems
*High blood pressure
*Fever,
*Renal problems
*Mental excitement disorder

Pansit-pansitan is widely used around the world
-It is used in salads, the fresh plant has the crispiness of carrot sticks and celery.
-In Jamaica and the Caribbean used for colds and as a diuretic for kidney problems.
-In South America, solution of fresh juice of stem and leaves used for eye inflammation. Infushion and decoction of leaves and stems used for gout and arthritis.
-In brazil, used for abscesses and conjunctivitis.
-In Africa, used for convulsion and tumors
-In Brazil, used to lower cholesterol; for treatment of abscesses, furuncles and conjunctivitis.
-In Nigeria, it is sued for hypertension
-In Bolivia, decoction of roots used for fever; aerial parts for wounds
-In Africa, used for convulsions and tumors
- In Ayurveda, used to pacify vitiated cough, pitta, constipation, kidney diseases, urinary retention, dysuria, urinary tract infection, emaciation, edema and general weakness.

How to prepare pansit-panistan tea recipe:
1. Wash the leaves or stems
2. Measure 2 glasses of water and 1 glass of leaves or stem.
3. Boil and Set aside, cool and strain.
4. Use 3 times a day
5. Pansit-pansitan is a tea concoction and can be stored for later consumption

Warning:
Although, there are no sufficient studies made to determine the side effects of this plant taken in medicinal amounts to infants and babies, just stay on the safe side. Avoid taking Pansit-pansitan in herbal medicine dosage when pregnant and while breast feeding.

A Plant That May Grow Around Your Neiborhood That Is Good In Treating Arthritis, Gout And Many More A Plant That May Grow Around Your Neiborhood That Is Good In Treating Arthritis, Gout And Many More Reviewed by LVS Staff on 7:08 PM Rating: 5
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