Scientific name: Fevillea cordifolia
Origin: SW Mexico and Tropical America
Medicinal use: In Mexico they use the decoction of the bark against dysentery. The milky juice of the trunk is used in Colombia as a diuretic, antidisenteric and febrifuge. In addition, several scientific studies highlight its antibacterial properties and its use as a medicine to combat malaria or malaria. It has also been used as a remedy in cases of lung cancer, dermatosis, erysipelas, hepatitis, dropsy, jaundice, leprosy and rheumatism.
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