NeonPothos is a popular indoor plant because they are easy to care for and make great additions to any room. NeonPothos are also known for their bright colors and striking appearances, which makes them perfect for any home.
Pothos ‘Neon’ – 4″ Pot
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Neon Pothos is a flowering vine that can be found growing in tropical and subtropical regions around the world. Native to India, Sri Lanka, and Southeast Asia, this vine is used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of ailments. In this article, we will be looking at the properties of Neon Pothos that make it such a valuable plant medicinally, as well as discussing some potential uses for this vine in the contemporary world.
- This article offers the reader a brief introduction on how and where the plant can be found, when they typically flower, their potential uses in traditional medicine and the contemporary world.
- The article also includes a list of nutrient levels for this vine and its companions
- Neon Pothos has a variety of compounds that make it beneficial because it contains
- Curcumin, a chemical found in turmeric which is found to have anti-inflammatory and antibiotic properties
- Vitamin C which is a known antioxidant, providing protection in the bodys cells from free radical damage and also can augment the immune system through its cysteine tumor fighting ability
- Essential oils like rhododendron rose hydrogen sesquiterpenes, helenanin, phellandrene and geranial
- Foliage: Neon Pothos leaves and flowers can be ingested
- Roots: These can be eaten or made into a tea
- Powdered flowers can be snuffed up close to the nose, or dispersed in a cool pan of water to inhale the vapors for immediate relief against colds, fatigue, and other minor ailments
- The topical application of a photochemical compound—(8-methoxypsoralen)—is able to induce a hypersensitivity to light (phototoxicity), which may be useful for the treatment of psoriasis
- Pothos and other plants also provide groups of substances with powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, both in vitro and in animal models
- Clade IICB is unique among members of the Cannabinaceae family