Jacaranda

Scientific name:  Jacaranda Mimosifolia
Fruit:  Yes
Fallen Leaf:  Yes
Toxic:  No
Size:  2 - 30 m

The Jacaranda is a subtropical tree belonging to the Bignoniaceae family, native to South America and widely cultivated for its showy, long-lasting blue flowers. It is found in Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay and northwestern Argentina.

Infusions and tinctures made from the flowers, leaves and bark of the Jacaranda are used orally to treat amoebic dysentery and other acute gastrointestinal disorders.

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