Arrowleaf Sida

Native to the tropics of the New World, the Arrowleaf Sida hails from the Malvaceae Family. It goes by its other names Paddy’s Lucerne and Jelly leaf, or “Malva rhombifolia”.The erect stems are sprawling and branched, with rather woody lower sections. Pounded leaves are thought to relieve swelling, while its fruits relieve headache.

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