Question: What is the use of flame lily?

Flame lily used in the treatment of snake bites, scorpion stings, parasitic skin diseases, urological pains, colic, chronic ulcers, piles, gonorrhoea, gout, infertility, wounds, arthritis, cholera, kidney problems, typhus, itching, leprosy, cancer, nocturnal emission, abdominal pains, head lice, sexually transmitted ...

Is Fire Lily poisonous?

Scientific Name: Hippeastrum spp. Clinical Signs: Vomiting, salvation, diarrhea; large ingestions cause convulsions, low blood pressure, tremors and cardiac arrhythmias. Bulbs are the most poisonous part.

What is the scientific name of flame lily?

Gloriosa superba Flame lily/Scientific names Scientifically known as Gloriosa superba, Flame Lily is found in tropical areas and is known for its bright flowers. The plant is a perennial but perennating climber, which means, it emerges only during the rainy season from the resting underground rhizomes and the aerial parts dry soon after setting seeds.

What is the worlds rarest flower?

Middlemist Red The rarest flower in the world is the Middlemist Red. The scientific name of this flower is the Unspecified Camellia, and currently, there are only two known examples of this flower in the entire world.

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