Monkey cane comprises oxalic acid, organic acids, aromatic materials, magnesium, mucilages, pectin, essential oil, resins, sapogenins, saponins, sitosterol, albuminous substances, and tannins. Therefore, it can be used to fight many diseases.
Among the diseases that can be treated by monkey cane are amenorrhea, arteriosclerosis, bladder, gonorrhea, kidney stones, cancer, cystitis catarrh, contraction, gonococcal discharge, menstrual disorder, and venereal disease.
Furthermore, it is also indicated in back pain, rheumatic pain, pain and difficulty in urinating, gonorrhea, hernia, hydrops, swelling, urethral inflammation, leukorrhea, bladder mucus, nephritis, kidneys, swollen ankle, urethritis, ulcer, and urinary tract diseases.
Monkey cane tea
To use the herb for medicinal purposes, it is recommended to prepare the tea. To do this, bring a liter of water to a boil. As soon as it reaches the boiling point, add 20 grams of plant leaves. Simmer for five minutes, then turn off the heat and let it sit for about 10 minutes.
After this time, use a sieve to separate the herb from the liquid. It is recommended to consume four to five cups of tea a day.