Longan is a delicious fruiter grown in many places around the country and Longan leaves are also a precious medicine. Although books have hardly studied on this matter, through popular experience, Longan leaves can treat some diseases of the kidney
For example, acute glomerulonephritis, chronic glomerulonephritis and especially for people with chronic renal failure; chronic glomerulonephritis and especially renal failure are the most serious diseases, if not finished at a given moment, it will have to kidney dialysis or transplant. Despite unable to cure kidney failure, Longan leaves have the effect to slow down the progression of renal failure and improve kidney functions for patients with chronic renal failure, especially for patients with renal failure at an early stage and help patients with chronic renal failure at period III avoid frequent dialysis.
How to use Longan leaves: leaf-shedding Longan leaves (not picked) are collected, washed, dried, finely chopped or unnecessary to be sliced, dry and burry.
- To cure acute glomerulonephritis: Infuse Longan leaves (processed) and take 40g per day in 10-15 consecutive days, then take urine tests.
- Chronic glomerulonephritis: Infuse Longan leaves (processed) and take 40g per day in one month. Take periodic urine tests and repeat the treatment one month per period.
- Chronic renal failure: Infuse Longan leaves (processed) and take 40g per day. Use continuously, can pause between periods of 5-10 days. Take periodic urine tests.
Notes: Information above has the nature of reference, for your treatment to acquire best performance, you should consult the doctor before applying!
Sanh (scientific name: Ficus benjamina L.) or also called Ficus Tree, Xanh, Gua, is belong to Moraceae , as a kind of Bonsai widely cultivated in the world , especially in Asian region and in Southeast Asian countries such as Vietnam, China, Thailand and Laos
Sanh is a woody tree, in natural conditions, can reach a height of 15 to 20 m. Sanh is capable of high branching; on the body or branches, there are usually forms of tumor and edges due to the strong growth. Roots are grounded and formed from large branches or the body. The roots are often formed much in the rainy and humid season. The body and branches are flexible and malleable for nice sharps.
A branch of roots of Sanh, the part on the ground
Leaves of Sanh are thick and allocate on branches with high density to form luxuriant foliage. When ripening, fruit is yellow, has nut and capable of germination to form seedlings under sexual reproduction. In addition to this mode of reproduction, the main method of propagation of Sanh is multiplication by way of cloning from branches or roots .
Biology and ecology
Sanh grows and develops well in the humid tropical climate (hot and rainy), Sanh often strongly form buds during the rainy season. It highly requires water for growth and development, has waterlogging tolerance in the long run. When drought or short of water, Sanh grows slowly, forming lateral leaves embracing the growing points of branches or body and on the body, it usually appears prominent white spots 
Sanh is appropriate to be on many types of soil and can cling on rock to exist as long as there is water for plant growth. They are also grown in different lighting conditions but most appropriate in light scattering conditions 
Ginseng and miracle effects
According to Herbalist Vu Quoc Trung, Ginseng is diuretic, laxative and expectorant. Broad masses often soak ginseng with wine to use; leaves used for stewing help heat-relieving, cooling the liver.
A tuber is tiny, ugly, wildly grows on hills at Con Dao (Ba Ria - Vung Tau).
According to Herbalist Nhu Ta, Ginseng is also called Cay Qua No, Sam Tanh Tach, Tu Ly Hoa, Tieu Khat Thao, Tam Tieu Thao. The tuber of Ginseng is 3cm long, 50cm long, pileous; its leaf blade is oval with sparsely hairy upper side, hard hairy edge, big beautiful blue purple flowers. It is derived from Central America, arrived in Vietnam around 1909, then growing wildly all year anywhere.
Furthermore, according to Herbalist Vu Quoc Trung, Ginseng wildly grows much in some places such as Ninh Binh, Binh Thuan and islands. Ginseng is also called Southern Ginseng, Forestry Ginseng, Sam Quy Bau. It is tough herbaceous grass; its body grows closely to the ground; its color is light red; its roots are big, rhombus.
Single leaves antithetically sprout (two leaves antithetically sprouting have different sizes), are stemmed, long blade circular or shaped cake beef, wavy rim, the underside is hairy blue white. Roots are twisted and bulge into tubers. Roots (tubers) and leaves of ginseng are commonly used as medicines or cooking materials. It is often harvested year round, used fresh or dried.
According to Herbalist Vu Quoc Trung, Ginseng is diuretic, laxative and expectorant...; however, with high dose, it can cause vomiting and sweating. Broad masses often soak ginseng with wine to use; leaves used for stewing help heat-relieving, cooling the liver. Ginseng soup is sweet, slightly sour as Malabar nightshade spinach but without viscosity. Ginseng has a therapeutic effect, as in arthritis, it helps reduce inflammation and pain.
In case of indigestion, ginseng helps reduce gas in the digestive system, stomach pain. Also, ginseng helps reduce constipation. Using ginseng helps reduce cough and asthma, used for impotent male. Ginseng is used more in the treatment of skin diseases such as scabies; used as do deworming medicine, used for kidney stones, nephritis, detoxify the liver. A dose of 10-15gr, forms of decoction or fixatives; able to be powderized; or mixed like tea (10gr in 1 liter of boiled water), if mixed with wine, just a dose of 2-5gr root powder in 1 day.
In addtition, according Herbalist Nhu Ta, the part using the whole plant (part on the ground) and roots. Leaves taste slightly bitter, spicy; cold property, less toxicity (emesis if high dose). Roots are sweet, spicy, cool. Effects: heat-relieving (fever-reducing), diuretic, detoxifying, curing diabetes type 2. The roots are used to treat toothache, stomach pain, flu, liver disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, urinary tract infections.
According to Southern popular experience, they usually use Ginseng boiled into water as a tonic. Also, popular experience uses Ginseng to cure kidney stones and soil bladder stones. After soaked with water, gingseng will produce a glue that can be used as plaster up pimples and cuts. A dose of 10-25gr dry / day, decoction form
Written by The Youth