yaga bugambilia

Description

Common Names:
Zapotec
yaga bugambilia
Spanish
Description:
Abundant tree that reaches a height of 1.5 meters, with flowers that can be white, orange, pink or purple. The purple bougainvillea can be prepared as a tea along with cinnamon, a piece of purple onion, a clove of garlic and a little sugar, and the drink is used to treat coughs. The branches are also used to prepare a tea, because they are believed to have medicinal properties to treat diabetes.
Habitat:
Zona urbana. Donde fue un campo de futbol y pastoreo de ganado.
Associated Flora:
pistache, almendra, mangu, be'za yaga, chumaga muxe', guiichi yaa, biquiiche, gula bere', fitufiu', biibi, xhaga la, chumaga nguiu', biadxi, laurel, tulipan, guiichi gueda, limon real, eucalipto, bidxi toope

Legend

Endangered
Protected
Non-native
Endemic to Mexico
Endemic to Oaxaca