Small birch trees

Small birch trees

Vernacular name: birch. Depiction: tree up to 20 meters high, with white bark and broke at the base of the storage compartment. Deciduous, rhomboidal to triangular leaves, finishing off with pointed, serrated edges, smooth and spread nerves. Little greenish blooms that have the refinement of being conceived before the leaves …

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Papaya fruit benefits and side effects

Papaya fruit benefits and side effects

Papaya, Carica papaya. Of this plant, whose fruits are widely known for their digestive properties, Nicaragua has at least 2 genera and 5 species, being the genera Carica and Jakarta. Carica cauliflora -Papaya de Monte, is distributed from Mexico to Colombia and Venezuela, also Trinidad, absent from the rest of …

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Ojoche tree health benefits

Ojoche tree health benefits

Ojoche tree health benefits Ojoche, Brosimum alicastrum, Transatlantic, in Nahunta, our mother tongue, one of the dominant trees of the jungles of Mexico and Central America, takes its Latin scientific name from the Greek bosoms, which means edible. In Mexico and Guatemala it is commonly known as -Ramon. Although in …

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Lampayo health benefits

Lampayo health benefits

Lampayo health benefits Lampayo Lampaya medicinalis F. Phil. Vernacular names: lampaya, lampayo. Description: shrub low, up to 50 cm. Scaly stalk with reddish bark. Leaves smooth, thick, whole, opposite, shortly etiolated, orbicular to lawn, small, 7-8 x 4-5 mm. Tubular, violet flowers, up to 10 mm long. The fruit is …

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Cuscuta chilensis health benefits

Cuscuta chilensis health benefits

Cuscuta chilensis health benefits Cuscuta chilensis Ker-Gawl. Vernacular names: hair of angel, cúscuta, hair of the devil, fume (Mapudungun). Botanical Description Annual grass up to 40 cm tall, smooth. Stems yellowish, sometimes reddish. Flowers gathered in Venezuelans. Dry, round fruit, with 4 seeds of 1 – 1.5 mm in length. …

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Cheilocostus speciosus medicinal uses

Cheilocostus speciosus medicinal uses

Cheilocostus speciosus medicinal uses Cheilocostus speciosus Costus spicatus, Costus spp., Costus guanaiensis var. macro strobilus, Costus pulvurulentus, Bitter reed, Cimarron reed, Calculate, Cost of Arabia, Sour cane, Holy cane, Mandela, Lemongrass, Lemon weed. It is raised in the centre and south of the American continent. Of the family of the …

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Cecropia peltata medicinal uses

Cecropia peltata medicinal uses

Cecropia peltata medicinal uses Cecropia peltata, in Nicaragua we have the genus Cecropia with 4 species. Two of them, resting in the territory of the Reserve and its buffer zone, are: Cecropia obtusifolia-Guardroom‖, from the lowlands of Mexico to Panama. Cecropia peltata -Gun room, native of Mexico to South America. …

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