LOVE IN A PUFF 'Cardiospermum
halicacabum' HAILING from the tropics, the wonder of this plant is in its seed pods which hang like green lanterns.
Sapindaceae Balon sarmasigi, Japon helicacabum L.
Several plants have been found to have immunostimulant properties to increase resistance in shrimp against microbial diseases, such as Cardiospermum
halicacubum in Penaeus monodon (Rajasekar et al., 2011) and Magnifera indica in Penaeus indicus (Harikrishnan et al., 2015).
Profile of medicinal plants used Botanical Family Common Plant Therapeutic Uses Name Name Name Parts Used Psidium Myrtaceae Guava Leaves Ulcers, boils, guajava rheumatic places and the chewing of the leaves to relieve toothache, oral ulcers,treating diarrhea, type 2 diabetes, hyperlipidemia, and hypertension Ficus Moraceae Banyan Leaves Treatment of ulcers, religiosa tree asthma, heart disease, viral infection, bacterial infection, and protozoan infections Cardiospermum
Sapindaceae Balloon Leaves Treatment of halicacabum Wine rheumatism, nervous diseases, stiffness of the limbs, skin infection, Asthma, Abdominal disease, anemia etc.
Wang et al., "Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of Cardiospermum
halicacabum and its reference compounds ex vivo and in vivo," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
Citrus Dehi Tree aurantifolia (Christm.) Swingle Sapindaceae Cardiospermum
Wel-penela Climber halicacabum L.
Check out the seeds held within the puffy fruit, which develop from the flowers of Cardiospermum
Over at sarahraven.com (0345 092 0283), I spotted Cardiospermum
halicacabum, also known as love-ina-puff.
Nigella, love-in-a-mist, is one of Emilia Scarlet Magic Zinnia 'cupid mixture' Nigella mulberry rose Nicotiana 'Starlight Dancer' Credit: chiltern seeds.co.uk Cardiospermum
halicacabum the easiest annuals, and 'Mulberry Rose' is a beautiful mix of rich deep mulberry pink flowers.
H C/W Cataract grandiflorum Sw., Kambula Immune (NPK062) boosting Solanaceae 30.
Rao, "Biochemical studies of embryogenic and non-embryogenic callus of Cardiospermum
halicacabum L.," Indian Journal of Experimental Biology (IJEB), vol.
. This flowering tropical vine is extracted and infused into oil that can be applied as a topical ointment.