Utilization of SonoKembang Plants (Pterocarpus Indicus) As Pain Relievers in Porous Dent

Sono plants that many of us meet around us is still not able benefits maximized  by the community, this is what drives two students MtsN 2 Kediri namely Ahmad Nurul Yaqin and Pupoes Birowo to conduct research on this plant. The results of this study entered the finalists on the scientific work National competition level of  was sought by LIPI Indonesia. Based on the research they did that the plant SonoKembang can be used as a remedy for toothache hollow.

In their research, sono plant was taken with various sapping techniques to obtain the sap of this plant, then obtained this sap in the test of its properties is the test durability of materials, capillarity test, sap comparison test and clinical trials of this sap

From the results of research they do that the painkiller painkillers cavities in this plant sono kembang more effective than chemical toothache medicine. If the pain in cavities is treated with chemical tooth pain medication then the pain disappears within 1 hour, but when using the sap from the plant sono kembang it only takes 25 minutes to remove the pain.

How to use this sap is also quite easy that just by wetting the cotton with sap plant Sono flowers to the cavities, then left and lost deh within 25 minutes of pain. Their hope from this research is for people to take advantage of this sono flower as an alternative to dental pain medication sold in shops that price is also quite expensive, in addition they expect any further research to know the benefits of this plant sono sap for other medical fields

Angsana or sonokembang (Pterocarpus indicus) is a kind of high quality wood producing tree from the tribe of Fabaceae (= Leguminosae, legumes). The wood is hard, reddish, and heavy enough, which in trade is grouped as narra or rosewood.

The names in other countries include apalit (Philippines), pradu (Thailand), chan dêng (Laos), tauk, sena, ansanah (Burma), Malay diuk, red sandalwood, amboyna (English), and santal rouge, amboine (French).

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