Cuachalalate - Juliana adstringens Schlecht. - Julianiaceae
Cuachalalate - Juliana adstringens Schlecht. - Julianiaceae    
Baumrinde von Cuachalalate

Wissenschaftlicher Name:
Juliana adstringens Schlecht.

Synonyme:
Amphipterigium adstringens (Schltdl.) Standl.

Volksnamen:
spanisch: matixeran, muaxalaxlitli, yalaguitu, cuachalalá, cuachalalate, macerán, volador

Eigenschaften:
Juliana adstringens ist ein über 6 Meter hoher Baum, der von Michoacán bis Morelos, sowie in México, Puebla und Oaxaca beheimatet ist. Die Blätter sind wechselständig und die Rinde wird medizinisch als Adstringens (Zusammenziehendes Mittel, das die Wundheilung beschleunigt). Cuachalalate wird unter anderem in der mexikanischen Volksmedizin zur Behandlung von Magengeschwüren verwendet.

Fotos Cuachalalate:
Fotos von Cuachalalate


Mexiko
Herkunft:
Mexiko
 
 

Literatur:

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