LOBELIA ERINUS - FOR SKIN CANCER
Botanical name-Lobelia erinus Linn
Common names- English – Trailing lobelia, Garden lobelia
Description--- It is a prostrate or scrambling herbaceous perennial plant growing to 8–15 cm tall. The basal leaves are oval, 10 mm long and 4-8 mm broad, with a toothed margin; leaves higher on the stems are slender and sometimes untoothed. The flowers are blue to violet in wild plants, with a five-lobed corolla 8–20 mm across; they are produced in loose panicles. The fruit is a 5–8 mm capsule containing numerous small seeds.
Part used -- Whole plant
Distribution—Native to southern Africa
Constituents-It contains lobeline, a piperidine alkaloid
Homoeopathic uses—Skin cancer- epithelioma. Malignant growth, extremely rapid development. Malignant disease of the face