When was the last time you used Leucas? Do you know how beneficial it is to our bodies? Today, we will discuss the medicinal use of Leucas and its best way to treat scabies.
A common annual plant, Leucas is characterized by its modest size, hairy stems, and square shape. The plant’s leaves are ovate-lanceolate in shape, with a lobed, thin, hairy, and tapering base. Flowers on a bilabiate are usually located at the very tip of the plant, as their name suggests.
The following is a list of the medicinal uses of Leucas.
- Energy boosters, for bronchitis, jaundice, asthma, inflammations, indigestion, discomfort or pain, and even paralysis; as an anthelmintic; to expel worms from the body.
- Treatment of fever.
- Is capable of treating Scabies.
- In the case of colds and coughs.
The best way to use Leucas as a natural remedy.
- A decoction made from the cleaned plant can be used to treat a wide variety of medical conditions, including constipation, worm infestation, fatigue, asthma, bronchitis, jaundice, inflammation, indigestion, pain, and even paralysis.
- Fever can be treated with an infusion made from the leaves.
- Scabies can be treated by applying the plant’s fresh juice topically.
- To treat coughs and colds, a syrup made from the blossoms is commonly used as a home medicine.
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