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6 Benefits and Potions of Traditional Medicines from Bladygrass (Imperata Cylindrica)

Bladygrass is a wild plant that lives on open land and is slightly protected such as in fields, plantations or terrain. This plant has the scientific name Imperata cylindrica which comes from the family Poaceae. The place to grow these reeds is around 1 - 2,700 meters above sea level (asl). Imperata is a type of weed that is very detrimental to plants, both seasonal and annual plants. In some parts of the world the reeds are known as cogongrass, speargrass, silver-spike, alang-alang, snijgras or generally called satintail.


Bladygrass / cogongrass / speargrass / silver-spike / satintail / snijgras / reeds / alang-alang have properties as blood cleansers and appetite enhancers. Bladygrass / cogongrass / speargrass / silver-spike / satintail / reeds can also cure jaundice, acute kidney inflammation, fever, cough, shortness of breath, vomiting blood, gonorrhea and nosebleeds.

Bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) contains grit and resin. The part used as a drug is the root. Bladygrass root contains glucose, malic acid and citric acid seta also have the chemical content of coixol, fermenol, arundoin, cylindrin, simiarenol and anemone contents which are very beneficial for health which are used as natural traditional medicines.

The following, 6 Natural benefits and how to make traditional medicinal herbs from the roots of bladygrass / cogongrass / speargrass / silver-spike / satintail / snijgras / reeds / alang-alang :

1. Bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) can be used as an Acute Kidney Drug.

Bladygrass or cogongrass or speargrass or silver-spike or satintail or reeds or snijgras or alang-alang can be used as efficacious acute kidney drugs. Here's how to make a concoction of Bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) for acute kidney disease :
  • Bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) root is fresh 60 - 120 grams washed thoroughly.
  • Boil with 3 glasses of clean water until the remaining 1 glass of water.
  • Drink 3 x a day (1 glass of drinking)

2. Bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) can be a cure for bloody urine.

Bladygrass or cogongrass or speargrass or silver-spike or satintail or reeds or snijgras or alang-alang can be medicinal herbs can also be made to cure bloody urinary tract. Here's how to make the concoction:

  • Boil 100 grams of the roots of bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) with 2,000 cc of clean water
  • Wait for the decoction until the remaining 1000 cc
  • Make the decoction water (1000 cc) into 3 parts to drinks
  • Drink 3 times a day before meals


3. Bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) can be used as an alternative medicine for gonorrhea.

In addition to being efficacious as a medicine for bloody urine, bladygrass or cogongrass or speargrass or silver-spike or satintail or reeds or snijgras or alang-alang root is also efficacious to cure gonorrheaHere's how to make medicinal herbs for gonorrhea :
  • Wash thoroughly 300 grams of fresh bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) root.
  • Cut and boil with 2,000 cc of clean water until the remaining 1,200 cc.
  • Add enough rock sugar.
  • The results of the 1,200cc boiled water are divided into three parts (three times)
  • Taken 3 times a day (this water can also be used instead of tea)


4. Bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) can be used as a traditional medicine for vomiting blood.

How to make a bladygrass or cogongrass or speargrass or silver-spike or satintail or reeds or snijgras or alang-alang root mixture into a blood vomiting drug :
  • Rinse 30-60 grams of fresh bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) root
  • Cut and boil with 3 cups of clean water until the remaining 1 cup is left
  • Drink after cold with a dose of 1 glass each drink
  • Drink 3 times a day before meals


5. Bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) is used for alternative medicine for nosebleeds

How to make and use traditional bladygrass or cogongrass or speargrass or silver-spike or satintail or reeds or snijgras or alang-alang root medicine to treat nosebleeds :
  • Wash Clean 60 grams (One Handful) of Fresh Bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) Root.
  • Mash and Squeeze the Root Water to collect about 100 cc.
  • Minun in 2 times a day
  • Drinking time before breakfast and dinner or evening


6. Bladygrass or cogongrass or speargrass or silver-spike or satintail or reeds or snijgras or alang-alang (Imperata cylindrica) is effective as a drug for acute hepatitis.

How to make and use herbs :
  • Boil 60 grams of dried bladygrass (Imperata cylindrica) with 3 cups of clean water until the remaining 1 cup
  • Drink this concoction 3 times a day
  • Every 1 time Drink 1 glass each

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