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Jasminum elongatum  (P. J. Bergius) Willd.


Botanical Name


Jasminum elongatum (P. J. Bergius) Willd.

English Name


Earleaf jasmine



Jasminum aemulum R.Br, Jasminum bifarium Wallich ex G. Don, Jasminum pubescens sensu Backer non (Retz.) Willd., Jasminum multiflorum sensu Bakhuizen f. non (Burm. f.) Andr.





General Info


A slender, erect or climbing shrub up to 2 m tall, glabrous or subpubescent, with distinctly annular nodes and short opposite branches. Leaves 1-foliolate, ovate to ovate-oblong, 3-10 cm x 1.5-5 cm, chartaceous, base rounded or truncate, apex acuminate, round or truncate, with pinnate venation, veins glabrous or midrib pubescent, petiole 3-7(-10) mm long. Inflorescence a sub-capitate cyme with (1-)6-9(-15) flowers, subsessile, supported by foliaceous bracts; flowers with a campanulate calyx tube 1.5-2 mm long, with 5-7 subulate teeth 1-4(-7) mm long, usually pubescent, corolla tube 10-25 mm long with 6-9 narrow ovate-oblong lobes 6-15 mm x 2-4 mm, apiculate, white. Fruit a 2-lobed berry, black.

Herb Effects

Acts as a febrifuge (decoction of root)


PROSEA (Plant Resources of South-East Asia) Foundation



Medicinal Use

A decoction of the root is administered after childbirth and used externally for scurvy, and as a gargle for inflamed gums. An infusion of roots is used against yaws. A poultice of leaves is applied to relieve headache and vertigo, and ague in children. The leaves are used in a mixture to reduce fever. A decoction of the leaves can be used to cure intestinal complaints and kidney stones. An infusion of the leaves can be used to treat catarrh of the bladder.



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