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  1. Sep 17,  · Caralluma is a succulent plant (cactus) from India. In India it grows wild and is often used as a border in gardens and as a roadside shrub. It is also found in the wild in Africa, Saudi Arabia, Canary Islands, Afghanistan, and Southern Europe.
  2. Complement Ther Med. ;21(3) View abstract. Concalves JL, Lopes RC, Oliveira DB, et al. In vitro anti-rotavirus activity of some medicinal plants used in Brazil against diarrhea. J.
  3. A native of Asia, L. amabile has a wide range throughout the Korean Peninsula. A rewarding garden subject, L. amabile is well suited to cultivation in the Northwest's maritime climate but can be challenging in harsher areas. The orange-red flowers are Turk's Cap in form and carry numerous black spots.
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  6. Dragon Herbs Caralluma is a potent standardized extract of Caralluma fimbriata, a cactus used for centuries in India as a natural appetite suppressant. Caralluma is a very useful herbal supplement for non-obese overweight people wanting to promote and maintain healthy metabolism, suppress appetite and reduce weight.
  7. This fantastic hard to find perennial energizes the summer garden with lots of deep rich violet blue trumpet shaped flowers on large clusters arranged alternately around the leaf nodes. A mature clump of Campanula Superba in full bloom will stop traffic in your garden! Campanula Superba grows.
  8. Description: Caralluma penicillata is a succulent bush, with erect stems, curved downwards when old, up to m tall and m in spread. It is an isolated species with relationships to Subgen. Desmidorchis (Gilbert ). Stems: mm thick, branching from the base, irregularly branched above, succulent, glabrous, light green or grey-green, with 4 edges plate-like compressed like.

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