Last Saturday was a really nice day to explore a lot of thing.
Exploring the beauty of our nature.
Everything looks great on the wildlife.
Even though it was a wild plant, a weed on the farmland.
Yes... these weeds made me so fascinated.
I found them at a farmland after its harvesting time.
The light blue flowers looked so striking on the green 'carpet'.
This wild Ageratum is usually be an invasive weed on the farmland.
Here we call it Bandotan or Babadotan.
Although disturbing, this plant is well known as traditional antiseptic and anti-inflammatory.
Its crushed leaves is usually used to stop bleeding on the wounds, cause it has coagulant effect.
The leaves are also used traditionally to treat sore throat, tumor, malaria, hair fall, thrush, rheumatism, and flatulence.
I have heard that the essential oil from this plant is used in pharmacy industry as an additional stuff for antiseptic.
But it has not popular yet.
Most peoples think that it easier to process them be a compost heap for farmland, than processing them into essential oil that have long and complicated process.
I think, someday this plant may be cultivated for its great benefits.
Natural stuffs must be better for our life.