Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Herbal Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis with Sambiloto

This bitter herb sambiloto (andrographis paniculata) Latin name, which is grown in lowland areas up to an altitude of 700 meters above sea level. Terna with a high figure of approximately 40-90 cm. Trunked rectangular nodes are enlarged, many branches. Single leaf, face crossed with dark green and the lower surface of the younger. The flowers are small-sized, purplish white. Meanwhile, extending to the fruit-shaped ellipsoid, flattened seeds are brown. 
Herbal Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis with Sambiloto

These herbal plants sambiloto contain chemical  
Laktone: deoxy-andrographolide, andrographolide, 14-deoxy-11, neoandrographolide, 12-didehydroandrographolide, and homoandrographolide. 
Flavonoids: alkane, ketone, and aldehyde. 

This herb can cure TB disease lungs, but it can also treat typhoid, whooping cough, fever runny nose, sore teeth, and can be used for ear drops. 

Herbs for the treatment :

Pulmonary tuberculosis: Sambiloto fresh leaves are dried, and then finely milled to a powder. After that add a little honey and made dots 0.5 cm in diameter pill. These pills should be taken with boiled water 2-3 times a day. Once taking 15-30 pills. 

Typhoid: 10-15 Pick fresh leaves bitter. Add enough water and boil until boiling. To overcome the bitter taste of leaves, while drinking can be mixed with honey. 

Whooping cough: Three leaves bitter brewed with hot water and add a little 
honey. Drink this solution three times a day. 
Fever: Sambiloto fresh leaves attached to the body or the forehead of the patient. 

Runny nose, sore teeth: A total of 9-15 grams of fresh plants and drink the water boiled. 

Ear drops: Plants are crushed and squeezed fresh water. Put the water into the ear. 

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