Common Names: Monsonia
Habitat:Monsonia ovata occurs in Cape of Good Hope.
Description: Leaves oblong, subcordate, crenate, waved, flowers white axillary stalked, two on one peduncle, roots fleshy large, grown from seed.
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Part Used-: Plant, root.
A valuable remedy for acute and chronic dysentery, specially of use in ulceration of the lower part of the intestines; the plant is not considered poisonous.
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