Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Chancapiedra for hepatic problems


The chancapiedra (Phyllanthus niruri) is a tropical plant that grows in several parts of the world. This herb can be from Peru even in the India, and it is a herbaceous plant that does not overcome 50 centimeters high. Although we know it like chancapiedra, this shrub takes other names like quiebrapiedra, chanca stone and account with other denominations as the culture of which it is a question.

The properties of the chancapiedra have been used to treat numerous illnesses, and in several medicinal essays the plant has demonstrated his effectiveness. Between they find the hepatic illnesses, for which this plant is significantly effective.

When there happen attacks of liver or poisonings in the liver, to consume a Chancapiedra infusion can relieve qualitatively the discomfort. It is enough to acquire it in herbalist's shops, so as it grows in forests it is very difficult to gather it for our own means.

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