Kale as Anti Pioson

Monday, April 25, 2011

Kale As an Anti-Poison

Kale originated in India, then spread to Malaysia, Burma, Indonesia, South China, Australia, and Africa. In China, swamp known as the Weng suey. In Europe, kale called swamp cabbage, water convolvulus, or water spinach.

Water spinach in Latin name is Ipomoea reptans. Kale into the tribe or family Convolvulaceae. Swamp Cabbage is a plant that grows fast and provides results within 4 to 6 weeks. In one season, kale can grow by 30 to 50 cm long.

Kale is creeps in mud and wet places, like on the edge of time, the marshes, or floating on the water. Generally, water spinach was found in the lowlands to 1,000 meters above sea level. Kale consists of two types, namely land kale, called Chinese kale and water spinach that grow naturally in the rice fields, marshes, or ditches. The difference between land and water spinach lies in flower color. Kale water reddish white flowering, whereas lank kale pure white ground. Another difference in the shapes of leaves and stems. Trunked and leaf of water kale are bigger than the land. Stem color is also different.

Kale can be made into various dishes, like stir-fry kale, or fresh vegetable. In addition, spinach is also efficacious as an anti-toxin and can treat various health problems.

Herminia de Guzman Ladion, health experts from the Philippines, incorporate kale into groups of miraculous healing plant. Swamp Cabbage is considered as a repellent toxins from the body. In that country, this plant is used to cure constipation and medication for those who are on a diet. The root of watercress is also useful for treating hemorrhoids. Kale also has a very high benefit. That's because it contains vitamins A, B1, and C, also contain protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene, hentriacontan, sitosterol.


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