Pharmacological Effects of Gods Leaves.

Some time ago we began to get acquainted with the god leaves. In that case we use the god Leaves for the stung scorpion treatment. Actually The other benefits of this god leaves are many. And the use of God’s Leaf is also relatively easy. The god’s leaf (Gynura pseudo-china DC.) Has a synonym of G. divaricata DC., G. ovalis DC., Senecio divarigata L. In many areas the god leaves have many names among others on Sumatra island known as beluntas or in some places in Malay is known as the kio tigel.

How to use Gods Leaves.

god Leaves
god Leaves

Herbs as much as 10-15 grams on the stew and then after a cold drink. Tuber as much as 6-9 grams of boiled and then drunk. For external use, Herbs and Tubers in milled smooth and in the form of pasta. Paste it into the affected part of the body or experience the swelling.

Use of this herb can be eaten or placed on the outside of the sick. Some pharmacological effects that we can use as a reference as below.

Infusion of the leaves of the gods as much as 8 ml/kg BW with concentrations of 5%, 10%, and 15% b / v orally on guinea pigs that made fever can provide the antipyretic effect. The comparator used in this case is paracetamol.

Giving orally infusions of 10% god leaves with a dose of 1 g / kg bb in rabbit given oral glucose at a dose of 1.75 g / kg bb can lower the glucose level of virgin by 71.06%. As a comparison, in this case, is Glipzide.

Infusion of the leaves of the gods with doses of 12.5 mg, 25 mg, 50 mg, 100 mg and 200 mg/kg bw administered intravenously in adult white rat Wistar Galina can lower arterial blood pressure. At a dose of 50 mg/kg bb, infusion of the god leaves does not inhibit the increase in blood pressure caused by adrenaline and non-adrenaline. These hypotensive effects are not influenced by yohimbine (alpha adrenolytic), isoprenaline (sympathomimetic amines acting on beta 1 and beta 2 receptors), and acetylcholine (parasymatomimetics). Hypotensive activity may also inhibit the effects of thyramine and ephedrine.

Allegedly infusions of god leaves inhibit the working of sympathomimetic drugs that work indirectly.

Herbal Medicine: Treatment Stung by Scorpion

Herbal medicine can be dry material, forage or plant-shaped. One of the benefits of herbal medicine knowledge is when the process of outdoor activity. Knowledge of herbal medicine can treat or prevent the disease becomes more severe. Herbal medicine that has the property to reduce the poison of the small venomous animals is GodLeaf.

Nature tourism activities provide a sense of comfort, calm, and leave memories longer. Outdoor activity is popular from children to adults. In many offices make a gathering event by taking the outside atmosphere to cultivate freshness for employees.

The main problem is the annoying animals that attack us. Snakes, centipedes and scorpions are the animals we must be aware of.

We will discuss natural treatments when stung by scorpions with god leaves. We can see the symptoms when stung by a scorpion. These symptoms will differ at the level of the scorpion that is stingy.

Pain as burning on the part of the sting.
Swelling on a sting.
Tingling, cramping and sometimes numbness.
Knee joint pain and surrounding.

At a higher level will be accompanied by:

Nausea and vomiting.
Headaches and sensations spin.
Fever

Know God’s Leaf as Herbal Medicine

We first learn about the leaves of the gods. You can read the pharmacological effects of god leaves on other pages of this web. (See: Pharmacological Effects of Gods Leaves.)

Leaves of gods (Gynura Pseudo or Gynura segetum) are upright, annual plants with a height of 30-50 cm, when old will branch off a lot. The god leaves have soft green stems with elongated grooves. Gynura segetum has a single leaf, stemmed, fleshy, hairy, oval leaves until rounded elongated, blunt end, base tapered, edged edge, pinnate repeating, dark green upper surface color, underside of light green.

Nature and efficacy.

The god leaves are sweet, tasteless, cold, and slightly toxic. Efficacy of leaves of the god as an anti-inflammatory, reliever fever (antipyretic), pain relievers (analgesic), blood cleanser, blood conditioning and melting blood clot.

Chemical content.

The god leaves contain alkaloids, saponin, flavonoids, essential oils and tanins.

Parts used.

All parts of the leaf of gods can be used. Leaves, stems, and tubers of god leaves can be used as herbal medicine ingredients. Part of god’s leaves can be used in fresh or dried form.