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morning glory

Morning glory (scientific name: Ipomoea nil) belongs to the Ipomoea genus of the Convolvulaceae family. In some areas, it is called morning glory, while the Japanese call it Asaugao. It is native to subtropical Asia and North America.

An annual or perennial twining herbaceous plant, or vine, with short hairs throughout the plant. Therefore, morning glories are generally sown in spring and bloom in summer and autumn. There are many varieties. The colors of flowers include blue, crimson, peach, purple, etc. There are also multi-color varieties with more changes in the petal edges. They are common ornamental plants. The fruit is ovoid and can be used as medicine.

Morning glory leaves are usually three-lobed and heart-shaped at the base. The flowers are white, purple-red or purple-blue, funnel-shaped, with 5 stamens of different lengths. The filament base is pubescent, with 5 sepals, 1 pistil, 3-chambered ovary, and stigma capitate. The flowering period is peak in summer. The seeds have medicinal properties.

Relatives of the morning glory include Ipomoea tricolor, Ipomoea purpurea and Ipomoea indica.

The “Famous Doctors” compiled by Tao Hongjing, a medical scientist in the Southern Dynasties, records: “This medicine first came out of the mountains and wild morning glory as a medicine.” [1]

There are two theories about the origin of the name morning glory: First, according to Tang Shenwei’s “Zheng Lei Materia Medica”, a farmer was cured of a chronic disease by taking morning glory seeds. Out of gratitude, he took his buffalo and spread morning glories in the fields. It is a place to express gratitude [2]; another theory is that there are star-shaped patterns in the flowers of morning glory, and the flowering period is the same as the date when the Cowherd and the Vega star meet, so it is called it.

Morning glory is a poisonous plant and should not be eaten casually. The seeds of morning glory are used as traditional Chinese medicine. The traditional Chinese medicine is called “morning glory”, also known as Er Chou, Heichou (gray black surface), and Baichou (light yellowish white surface). The main sources are split-leaf morning glory and round-leaf morning glory. Two breeds of cattle. [3]

Schlanke Sexpuppen

Japanische Sexpuppen

Lebensgroße Sexpuppen

Kleine Brüste Sexpuppen

Männliche Sexpuppen