Haplopappus Baylahuen

 

Botanical Name : Haplopappus Baylahuen
Family: Asteraceae
Tribe: Astereae
Genus: Haplopappus
Kingdom: Plantae
Order: Asterales

Synonym: Haplopappus Baylahuen.
Habitat: Haplopappus Baylahuen occurs in Western United States of America, Chile.

Description:
Haplopappus Baylahuen is a flowering plant.It belongs to the same group as Solidago (Golden Rod) and is closely allied to Grindelia botanically and as a drug….CLICK &  SEE THE PICTURES

Constituents : Volatile oil, fatty oil which has the same odour as the plant, acid resin which is a mixture of four other resines, and tannin.

Medicinal Uses:    Stimulant, expectorant. The medicinal properties lie principally in its resin and volatile oil, the resin acting chiefly on the bowels and urinary passages, and the volatile oil on the lungs. It does not cause disorder to the stomach and bowels, it is a valuable remedy in dysentery, chronic diarrhoea specially of tuberculous nature and in chronic cystitis.

The tincture, by its stimulating and protective action (like tinc. benzoin), has served as a dressing for wounds and ulcers.
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Resources:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplopappus
http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/h/hyster50.html

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