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Meaning of bacopa




Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

bacopa
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In Botany it is the name of a genus of plants and the common name of a plant. They are from the family Plantaginaceae. It is also known as water swab, brahmi, baby tear, pork verdolaga. Its scientific name is Bacopa monnieri. The word is of Caribbean origin and was the name of a Indigenous Taíno from French Guiana. In some parts in Papiamento means banana (by bacova or bacoba). The plant is for medicinal uses and serves to treat epilepsy and asthma.

  




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Bacopa : Tropical American plant that the visitors of the Guianas consider to be emollient and healing.

  



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