What is another word for erythrina?
[ ˌɜːɹɪθɹˈiːnə], [ ˌɜːɹɪθɹˈiːnə], [ ˌɜː_ɹ_ɪ_θ_ɹ_ˈiː_n_ə]
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Synonyms for Erythrina:
n.• coral tree (noun)
How to use "Erythrina" in context?
Erythrina is an aromatic flowering plant that is native to the Americas. It is usually a small tree or shrub, but can grow to be up to 10 meters tall. The leaves are small, ovate or oval, and are covered in short, soft hairs. The flowers are bright yellow, and are borne in clusters at the tips of the branches.
Erythrina is used in traditional medicine in Mexico and Central America, specifically for treating colds, flu, and other respiratory infections. The oil derived from the seeds is also used in cosmetic products, and is said to have anti-aging properties.
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