4 CORAL TREE seeds (Erythrina indica)
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Erythrina indica called also Coral tree is native to the tropical and subtropical regions of eastern Africa, the Indian Subcontinent, northern Australia, and the islands of the Indian Ocean.
Erythrina indica valued as an ornamental tree.
In Vietnam, the leaves of Coral tree are used to wrap fermented meat.
Erythrina indica seeds were used by the ancient Aztecs as a medicinal remedy and as nootropic during religious rituals.
In Guatemala, coral tree seeds are used for divination in shamanic rituals.
In Ayurvedic medicine, the erythrin contained in Erythrina indica cures inflammation, eating disorders, anorexia, but also flatulence, worms and colic.
Seedling of Erythrina indica seeds:
To grow it, soak your seeds in warm water for 24 hours.
Then plant your seeds under a 5 mm depth in a substrate with a slightly acidic pH.
Water and place your pot at a temperature of 25 to 30 ° C.
Germination of coral tree seeds takes place 2-4 weeks later.
Do not consume!
Plant intended solely for the collection of exotics and tropicals plants.
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