- Latin Name: Cordia Myxa L.
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- Specification: 5:1
- Part used: Fruit
- Appearance: fine brownish yellow powder
Cordia myxa is a species of flowering plant in the borage family that is often harvested in the wild for local use as a food, medicine, and source of materials. As for its medicinal uses, the bark, leaves and fruit have healing properties, are variously used as diuretics, emollients and in the treatment of stomach pains, coughs and chest disorders.
- Liver function.
- Drainage of body fluids.
- Function of the urinary tract.
- Regularity of intestinal transit.
- Joint function.