Phyllanthus pulcher is also believed to be good for stomach problems and can help treat ulcers. The leaves are also used as a pain reliever and to alleviate itching and swelling.
Botanical name: Phyllanthus pulcher Wall. ex Müll.Arg
English name: Phyllanthus pulcher
Thai name: ว่านธรณีสาร (Varnthorlamisaan)
Species: P. pulcher
Phyllanthus pulcher is a scrub with small red and white and pink flowers, it can grow from 50 cm up to 1,50 meter tall.
Range: E. Asia to southern China, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia.
Habitats: Open forrest and riversides.
Elevations: 0- 1500 meter
Care: Prefer a sunny position in a moist but well-drained and rich soil.