Euphorbia Milii Red
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- Product Code: PNTS/22
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Euphorbia Milii also known as Crown Of Thrones or Christ Plant, It is a succulent climbing shrub growing up-to 1.8m tall with spines covered stem. The flowers are small & bloom in pairs, variably red, pink or white, up to 12 mm broad. Euphorbia is an herb. The parts of the plant that grow above the ground are used to make medicine. Euphorbia is used for breathing disorders including asthma, bronchitis, and chest congestion. It is also used for mucus in the nose and throat, throat spasms, hay fever, and tumors. Some people use it to cause vomiting. In India, it is also used for treating worms, severe diarrhea (dysentery), gonorrhea, and digestive problems.
Benefits Euphorbia flowers
1). Can cope with hepatitis: Euphorbia flowers can cope with hepatitis. How to make: take 12-15 buds fresh Euphorbia stems and thinly sliced, then boiled three cups of water until the remaining one cup. After that with honey.
2). Can cope with burns: Euphorbia flowers can cope with burns. How to make: take stem Euphorbia enough, then boiled with water until boiling. After that, wait for the water to get warm, then compresses on burns.
3). Can overcome uterine bleeding: Euphorbia flowers can be overcome or prevent uterine bleeding. How to make: take 12-15 euphorbia flower, then boiled with meat prepared as a soup. After that, in eaten while still warm.
4). Can cope with boils: Euphorbia flowers can cope with ulcers. How to make: take enough euphorbia stems, then thinly tips and burned. After that, placed at the boil.
Planting & Care
Light: A Crown of Thorns Plant needs as much bright indirect light as you can provide, but no direct sun.
Watering: When a Crown of Thorns Plant is actively growing, usually from late spring to early fall, water well and then allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out before watering again. Reduce the amount of water when a Crown of Thorns Plant is not producing new leaves and flowers, but never allow the soil to totally dry out.
Fertilizer: A Crown of Thorns Plant monthly when it is actively growing with a water-soluble fertilizer at ½ the recommended strength. Use a plant food low in nitrogen and high in phosphorous to limit leaf growth and encourage blooms on a Crown of Thorns Plant.
Temperature: A Crown of Thorns Plant likes to be warm and does well in temperatures between 60-96 degrees F. A Crown of Thorns Plant may lose leaves if the temperature goes below 55 degrees F.
Humidity: A Crown of Thorns Plant is a desert succulent plant so average to low humidity is sufficient.