Seeds, nuts, and roots.
Chemical and nutrient content
Catechol, epicatechol, magnesium, theobromine, and vitamin K.
A mildly bitter herb that stimulates central nervous system, aids in the elimination of excess fluids, shrinks tissues, decreases fatigue and depression, and increases sex drive. Used for rheumatism, blood diseases, mental disorders, high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, sore throat, tonsillitis, hepatitis, urinary tract infections, veneral disease, measles, insomnia, and stress. Acts as a diuretic. May neutralise blood acids and lower body temperature. Good for liver and heart function.
May promote hair growth when combined with eclipta.