Daun Dewa (Gynura pseudochina) is a plant that originated from Burma and China. Form of short stems and soft, pentagonal, oval cross section, finely hairy, purple and greenish. Including single leaf, spread mengililingi rods, pointed tip, edges bertoreh, green, leaves about 20 cm long and 100 cm wide.
Flowers leaves gods including compound interest growing on the stem end. Needle-shaped seeds, about 0.5 cm long, brown. While the root fibers, light yellow.
In the area of Sunda, West Java, god leaves are often used as vegetables. This habit is very good, because in addition it contains a lot of fiber is also useful for the treatment of various diseases.
God leaves contain chemical compounds such as flavonoids, phenolic acids, chlorogenic acid, kafeat acid, p-kumarat acids, saponins, essential oils, and acids vanilat. The content of the chemical compounds that make god leaves effectual to overcome various diseases.
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