Family • Boraginaceae - Ehretia navesii Vidal
|Ehretia navesii Vidal|
|Ehretia mollis Merr.|
|Ehretia virgata Naves|
|Menais mollis Blanco|
|Alibnuñgug (C. Bis.)||Maragaued (Ilk.)|
|Kalabonog (Ilk.)||Taglokot (Tag.)|
|Kalimomog (Tag.)||Talibunog (Ig.)|
|Malatadiang (Gad.)||Tsang-gubat (Tag.)|
Kalimomog is a tree growing 4 to 10 meters high. Inflorescences and leaves, when young, are somewhat hairy beneath, becoming smooth or nearly so when old. Leaves are oblong-ovate, elliptic-ovate or ovate, 8 to 18 centimeters long, entire, with pointed tip and rounded base. Inflorescences are terminal and axillary, 5 to 10 centimeters long, with few to many flowers. Flowers are white, 5-parted, about 8 millimeters long. Fruit is ovoid, somewhat fleshy, and about 5 millimeters long.
Used as febrifuge.
• No studies found.