Monday, 30 March 2015

Benefits and Benefits Flowers Kana (Canna indica) To Health

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canna flower
Often we find this red kana flowers are in the river or stream verges. Usually this plant is sometimes used as an ornamental plant in the yard of our house. Flowers called latin Canna indica is derived from the American continent. Plants are able to live in a low area to a height of 1000 m above sea level.
Flowers Kana (Canna indica) widely known by the name of kana lilies, flower beads, Indian arrows, canna forests, flower mjindra, Wono canna, canna pedestal, and canna Leuweung.
This kana flowers Having characteristics Kuntum funnel-shaped flowers, consisting of three to five pieces of petals are small to large depending on the species. Crown color varies, among other things bright yellow, dark yellow, pink, dark red, orange, yellow, mottled brown or a combination of these colors. This plant consists of a root (rhizome), pseudo stem, leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds. The roots of plants kana called rhizomes (Stolon), trunk containing water (herbaceous) and is formed from the stem-leaf midrib overlap each other so called "false trunk". The leaves are arranged in short stalks and grow alternately, oval with a pointed tip. Surface of the upper leaves are green, dark copper or purplish, while the lower surface covered with a layer of white as talcum powder.
Kana flowers red pigment compound contains flavonoids, anthocyanins precisely. Anthocyanin is a type of flavonoid that is important to note because it has some positive response to the body. Anthocyanins and other flavonoids some much rumored lately beneficial health of the world as its function as anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, antihepatoksik, antibacterial, antiviral, antialergenik, antithrombotic, and as protection from damage caused by UV radiation and as an antioxidant.
Behind the beauty of flowers kana holds the many benefits in it that we should know.
Benefits and Kana Flowers for Health Benefits:
  1. Bulbs / her rhizomes in use for the manufacture of flour, because the sweet taste of its rhizomes and in use as conditioning.
  2. Relief of fever,
  3. Laxative urine,
  4. Sedative
  5. Lowering blood pressure.
  6. Menstrual or vaginal discharge
  7. Hepatitis drug
  8. Natural food coloring
  9. Natural preservative
  10. Antikarsinogen,
  11. Anti-inflammatory,
  12. Antihepatoksik,
  13. Antibacterial,
  14. Antiviral,
  15. Antialergenik,
  16. Antithrombotic,
  17. As protection from damage caused by UV radiation
  18. Antioxidants

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