Madhumalti is a tropical vine with color-changing blossoms and a hardy habit. The plant's seeds and roots are boiled and used as an anti-parasitic and to treat nephritis in Chinese medicine. Rangoon creepers may be found almost anyplace and require very little maintenance.
- Regular watering, keeping the soil moist
- Manuring every six months
- Trimming the plant in the winter promotes profuse branching
- Propagation through stem cutting
- Store in a pot
- Leaves can be used to treat skin issues, headaches, and painful urination.
- Dried seeds can be used to treat intestinal worms and parasites.
- Fruits can be used to treat diarrhea, fever, and kidney irritation.
Botanical Name: Combretum indicum
Plant Type: Vines / Climbers
- Outdoor Plant
- Attractive flower