Mansoa Alliacea Plant jar 7cm

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Generalities Mansoa Alliacea plant:

The Mansoa Alliacea plant is an evergreen creeper, originally from Brazil, also used to replace garlic. Although it is a tropical plant, which lives in the Amazonian forests, it is not a demanding plant. To bloom it naturally needs full sun. It can also be easily grown in a pot. The leaves, if vigorously wrinkled, emit a smell similar to that of garlic, hence the specific name.

Online Sale Mansoa Alliacea Plant, available in the following formats:

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm

Online Sale Mansoa Alliacea Plant, available in the following formats:

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm

Generalities Mansoa Alliacea plant:

Mansoa Alliacea is an evergreen climbing plant native to South America (Brazil, Guyana, Peru, Venezuela); The leaves, if vigorously wrinkled, give off a smell similar to that of garlic, hence the specific name. In the tropics and in the Amazon forests, the leaves are used as condiments or spices for its garlic flavor. Its flowers are very large, first of a dark purple color with a white throat, which then fades to a pale purple until it turns white. The Mansoa alliacea contains some of the main sulfur compounds that garlic has, in fact these which are responsible for the smell and the garlic taste. It is used and respected by most of the Amazonian indigenous tribes. They use all parts of the plant - the leaves, the bark and the root. Most peoples consider the plant as "magical" or "spiritual" capable of driving out evil spirits or as a wish for good luck. The leaves, tied in bunches, are often found in local huts.The bark prepared as an infusion is also used as a drug ... for rheumatism, arthritis, colds, inflammation and epilepsy. An infusion of the root for colds, instead the leaves put in a tub ready for a bath..to cure feverish pathologies, tiredness, cramps. It is not only used in indigenous villages, it is well known and popular also in the cities in the Amazon and has a long history of use in herbal systems in Peru and Brazil. It is considered analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antirheumatic, widely used for arthritis, rheumatism, muscle paini.


Cultivation and Care of Mansoa Alliacea Plant:

The Mansoa plant is able to withstand the cold even at temperatures below freezing. It is important to always place it close to a wall or a gate. As for the exposure, it needs an area in a partially shaded position. It is always better to water the Mansoa plant with a constant and not too frequent system. Cultivation must take place within a substrate characterized by an excellent level of drainage, since it is essential to avoid the formation of risky water stagnations.

Irrigation
Less Frequent
Exposure
Half Shade
Plant Development
Fast
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