Efficacy of Philippine Ageratina Adenophoraas Home Remedy to Stop Bleedingamong Natives of Western Mountain Province

Authors

  • June II A. Kiblasan
  • Rosemarie T. Bangsail
  • Annie Lourie Y. Paredes

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v21i2.2905

Keywords:

Philippine Ageratina Adenophora, home remedy, coagulant, natives of Mountain Province.

Abstract

The use of home remedies in the management of minor health complaints is an area of health care that up to
date has not been yet extensively researched.Regarding existing literature, there are numerous information
can be heard, but scientific literature is scarce. The purpose of this study is to properly determine the efficacy
of Philippine Ageratina Adenophora as home remedy to stop bleeding in minor wounds or tissue trauma.
Three concentrations were determined from the extracts of the plant where tap water was the diluent. Control
variable was used to see if differences exist. It has been noted that the higher the concentration of the extract,
the higher its potency. It was also validated that, significant difference between the two variables was noted
at which, the extract of the experimental variable has shorter clotting time than the control variable. Indeed,
it is important to dessiminate the importance of the Philippine Ageratina Adenophora and learn how it will
be propagated.

Author Biographies

June II A. Kiblasan

Public School District Supervisor, DepEd–Mountain Province, Philippines

Rosemarie T. Bangsail

Master Teacher, Banaao Elementary
School, Banaao, Tadian, Mt. Province, Philippines

Annie Lourie Y. Paredes

Nursing Department Extension Coordinator, Mountain
Province State Polytechnic College, Philippines

Published

2021-03-12

How to Cite

June II A. Kiblasan, Rosemarie T. Bangsail, & Annie Lourie Y. Paredes. (2021). Efficacy of Philippine Ageratina Adenophoraas Home Remedy to Stop Bleedingamong Natives of Western Mountain Province. Medico Legal Update, 21(2), 1495-1499. https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v21i2.2905