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Uses and Benefits of “Rangon Creeper” Commonly Known As “Niyog-niyogan” in the Philippines

Niyog-niyogan is a tropical plant in South East Asian countries including Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia.

Niyog-niyogan became popular to many people in Philippines because of its benefits as an herbal remedy for many different diseases common to Filipinos. In Philippines, the condition of the people’s health becomes more and more serious as the cost of hospitalization is also becoming more and more expensive and not affordable.

It is effective for the elimination of intestinal worms. Flowers are fragrant, tubular, showy, first white, then becoming red, reddish-purple or orange, exhibiting the range of colors in clusters, on the same flower stalk
Fruit is narrowly ellipsoid, 2.5 to 3 centimeters long, with five, sharp, longitudinal angles or wings.

Traditional uses

Decoctions of the root, seed or fruit can be used as antihelmintic. Fruit decoction used for gargling. The fruits are also used to combat nephritis. Leaves can be used to relieve pain caused by fever. The roots are used to treat rheumatism. Flowers are used to relieve headache.

Infusion of leaves is used externally to treat boils and ulcers. Pounded leaves externally for skin diseases. Decoction of boiled leaves used for dysuria. Leaves are used to cure body pains by placing them on specific problematic areas of the body. Compound decoctions of the leaves of niyog-niyogan are used in India to alleviate flatulence.

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