Saturday, September 27, 2014

Ulasimang bato – Pansit pansitan - English

Ulasimang bato – Pansit pansitan   - English
  
Kung gusto po ninyong mabasa sa Tagalog
 Pumindot lamang po dito! 

Is a herbal medicine known also as ulasiman-bato, ulasiman-ilahas, singaw-singaw, sida-sida, tagulinaw  and tangon-tangon in some part of the Philippines, It’s English name is Peperomia, shiny bush, silver bush, clear weed, rat-ear and clear weed.

It is a wild plants that grows on damp and lightly shaded area, it  has a alternate  heart shaped leaves with a very succulent round steams, a green spikes, dot-like flowers that bear seed which fall of the ground and propagate.

Leaves and steam are edible, often use by some on a salad and can be eaten raw. 

Use as herbal remedy for:

Arthritis
Gout
Skin boils,
Wounds,
Burns,
Skin inflammation,
abscesses,
pimples,
Headache
Abdominal pains
kidney problems
Eye inflammation,
Sore throat,
Diarrhea,
Prostate problems
High blood pressure
Fever,
Renal problems
Mental excitement disorder .

How to prepare:
As vegetable
       The leaves and steams may be eaten raw, when freshly harvested and washed.
As drink
  1. Wash the leaves/steams
  2. Measure 2 glasses of water and 1 glass of leaves/steam.
  3. Boil
  4. Set aside, cool and strain.
       Use 2 times a day, 1 cup in the morning and 1 cup in the evening
For skin problems
        Wash and pound the leaves/steams and apply it directly to affected area. 

For headache
        Wash a couple of leaves, bruise the surface and apply on the forehead.