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Psychotria viridis, Chacruna, Amiruca Panga, Sami Ruca, Reinha, Folha, Chacrona

Psychotria viridis

Chacruna, Amiruca Panga, Sami Ruca, Reinha, Folha, Chacrona
Family: Rubiaceae
Origin: Central and South America
Large shrub 5-10 ftFull sunShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterEthnomedical plant.
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P. viridis is an evergreen shrub that has glossy green foliage, a woody stem and green-white colored flowers and red fruits that contain approximately for oval seeds. In cultivation it usually reaches 2-3 meters in height. It grows best in a light, highly humid environment. The easiest way of propagating the plant is through cuttings, because germination of seeds is difficult. Cuttings can be made best from a small twig or a single leaf. The plant has wide ethnomedical use and is a rarity, much needed product.


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