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Portulaca oleracea

Portulaca oleracea presentation

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Portulaca oleracea

  1. 1. Intro (history) Classification @ Cultivation Types Chemical Compounds @ Nutrition Uses What the other cultures say about this plant Side effect
  2. 2. Common Name Moss rose, Green Purslane, Little hogweed, verdolaga Family Portulacaceae height 30-40 cm growing Wild / cultivated Habitats Fields, Valleys, mountains and Hills that’s nearby the sea and rivers. Consists of leaves / stems / roots flowers Medicinal Rating Care
  3. 3.  The orgin of purslane is uncertain. It can be found growing wild and/or cultivated in much of the world. It was found in Europe by the late 16th century. Purslane can be found growing in cold climate areas (e.g., Canada) as well as warm areas (e.g., the Caribbean). It has been used in salads and as a medicinal plant (for people) for hundreds of years.
  4. 4. Portulaca tomentosa:  Its family is Portulacaceae, which may reach 40 cm in height.  Purslane produces flowers in the summer. The leaves can be used either fresh or dried and are collected before the plant blooms, since the flavor and healing properties weaken after the plant begins to flower. It is a popular potherb in the Mediterranean, Asia, and Europe.
  5. 5. 1. Adding organic fertilizers to the ground 2. Mixing the fertilizers with sands 3. Divided the ground area into (2 × 3 m) 4. Then, adding the seeds and close the area by sands  The harvest : after 30 days of the summer and autumn season In the winter after 40-50 days
  6. 6.  Oleic acid  Linoleic acid  Alpha-linoleic acid A. Decrease LDL (bad) B. Increase HDL (good)  Anticoagulative effect  Glutathione  Fibers
  7. 7. Purslane contains more omega-3 fatty acids (alpha-linolenic acid) Studies have found that Purslane has 0.01 mg/g of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA).
  8. 8.  Anticancer  Diuretic  Colon cancer  Urinary bladder  Urine retention  angina pectoris  Kidney stones  Peptic ulcer  parasites, a blood-cleanser, and to refresh the digestive system t
  9. 9. Fresh leaves contain more omega-3 fatty acids (α-linolenic acid) than any other leafy vegetable plant. 100 grams of fresh purslane leaves provide about 350 mg of α-linolenic acid. Research studies show that consumption of foods rich in ω-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, stroke.
  10. 10. It is an excellent source of Vitamin A, one of the highest among green leafy vegetables. The consumption of natural vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin A is known to help to protect from lung and oral cavity cancers. Vitamin A is a known powerful natural antioxidant and is essential for vision
  11. 11. The stem and the leave of Portulaca plant contains a latex plant, which can help to treat this daisies
  12. 12. Prevent the diseases that’s found in the mouth Prevent the heat, the tumors and the pain of the eyes.
  13. 13. Their leaves are used to reduce the pain in the toothache if their Seeds are mixing with vinegar, the person will endure Thirst Prevent diarrhea
  14. 14. Treatment of urine retention toothache headache liver heat stomach heat and hemorrhoids
  15. 15. Their leaves are used to treat the insect or snake bites on the skin Reduce the fever Healing the wounds Edema, Eczema and Enteritis Appendicitis When it takes by oral, it reduces the uterine contractions.
  16. 16. Their leaves are used to treat the urinary bladder and diuretic Prevent diarrhea and Gastric ulcer
  17. 17. Generally, No data on the toxicity. However, if the plant contain cardiac glycosides and oxalic acids, which can be toxic. Women pregnancy shouldn’t eat this plant.
  18. 18.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portulaca_oleracea  http://hawaj.khayma.com/vigitable/rejlahh.htm  http://www.ansci.cornell.edu/plants/medicinal/portula.html