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Sida fallax, Yellow 'ilima

Sida fallax

Yellow 'ilima
Family: Malvaceae
Origin: Pacific Islands
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunModerate waterDry conditionsYellow/orange flowersEthnomedical plant.
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Sida fallax is an extremely variable plant. Individual plants of this species vary in height, leaf size and shape, degree of hairiness, flower color and size. Plants may be erect or prostrate and are found in drier areas in sandy soils, often near the ocean.

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Sida fallax, Yellow 'ilima
Sida fallax, Yellow 'ilima

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Sida acuta - seeds

A medicinal plant with numerous potencies, Sida acuta is widely used in traditional medicine and is regarded as an astringent, tonic and useful in treating urinary diseases and blood disorders, bile, liver and as a treatment for nervous diseases. The leaves are dried for preparation of the extract. The plant is distributed in the subtropical regions.
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