Scurrula ferruginea

Scurrula ferruginea (Roxb. ex Jack) Danser, Bull. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg ser. III, 10: 350 (1929).

Scurrula ferruginea
Scurrula ferruginea
Scurrula ferruginea (Roxb. ex Jack) Danser, Photo by Lang Dân Chánh Hiệu 

The native range of this species is China (Yunnan) to W. & Central Malesia. It is a hemiparasitic epiphyte and grows primarily in the wet tropical biome.

Vietnamese name:

Tầm gửi sét, Mộc vệ sét.

Parts used: 

Branches and leaves


Often used to treat painful red tendons, miscarriage, and women who do not produce milk after giving birth.

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