For eye ailments: a paste is made with juice extraction from the flower buds and mixed with breast milk then put on the eyes. Soaking the buds in water and using this to wash the face is also traditionally used to clean vision problems.
The a compound known as conolidine has been associated with this plant. The compound is an analgesic which may explain the pain relief properties of the plant.
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