Solenostemon scutellarioides (coleus) Species: P.scutellarioides Genus: Plectranthus Family: Lamiaceae.
PNG Kuanua: Aka, English: Coleus blumei, RedHead Coleus
Coleus is one of the flowering plant species belongs to family Lamiaceae. It is native to Malaysia and South East Asia. Plants need moist-drained soil to grow and typically grow 0.5-1 m tall, though some may grow as tall as 2 meters. Plants are bushy, woody-based evergreen perennial and mostly grown due to its decorative variegated leaves. It is also known as Coleus blumei and Plectranthus scutellarioides. Various species of Solenostemon scutellarioides includes Aurora, Religious Radish, Red Trailing Queen, Trailing Bleeding Heart, Trailing Salamander, Ruby Ruffles, Vulcan and Meandering Linda. Plants are generally grown as ornamental plants. They are heat-tolerant, but less grow in full sun in subtropical areas compared to shade.
Plectranthus scutellarioides is native to India (including the Himalayas), Sri Lanka, China, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia. It is cultivated worldwide and sometimes naturalized in other tropical regions. In its native habitat, it is found at elevations of 100–1,600 m (330–5,250 ft), where it flowers and fruits throughout the year.
Traditional Medicinal Uses
RedHead coleus blumei are ONLY to be used for treatment of Gonorrhea and Syphilis and not any other coleus blumei colours.
Collect a handful of RedHead Coleus and then rub and squeeze them for their liquid with both your hands into a cup of water.
In this process you may also dip the squeezed redhead coleus into the cup of water and press the leaves into the water so the solution turns red, after which the solution can be drank.
You may use a blender to blend the water and Red Head coleus leaves together, afterwhich you may strain the maroon solution from its leaves and drink.
Repeat this step twice a day for 7 days and then go for medical review.
Any syphilis sores will be healed and or urinary pains and discharges will cease after taking this herb.