What is the function of dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus)?

It has the function of purifying the air, such as the medicinal flower of eledentus, fruicus, etc.

Note: Dragon fruit, whose scientific name is elenicereus undatus, is commonly known as pitaya, common night blooming cerus, red skin dragon fruit.

Dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus), also known as dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus), is a plant of the genus dipstick in cactus family.

The plant is triangular in shape, with many branches, and there are very short spikes on the edges.

The dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus) column has white flowers in summer.

The number of flowers is 4 to 9.

Its flowers cluster on the upper thorn seat, and open day and close night (potted plants are generally not easy to bloom).

Its berries are small round, blue and purple.

So what’s the function of dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus)?

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Function of dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus):

1. Plants are closely related to Feng Shui.

Generally speaking, Feng Shui is a place of prosperity.

For example, balcony plants are tall and strong, and the thicker the leaves, the greener the better.

Therefore, evergreen plants with large leaves placed in the flourishing position have the function of flourishing.

The unfavorable position, such as looking out from the balcony and the bad surrounding environment, needs to put some plants that can turn evil spirits

Dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus), such a domineering and unique plant, is full of power.

Therefore, it is suitable to be placed in an unfavorable position to ward off evil spirits and evil spirits.

2. Dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus) is also a good way to purify the air for the newly decorated house between the family and the office building.

Dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus) is a good plant for purifying air.

It has good adsorption effect on formaldehyde, benzene, radon, ammonia and TVOC.

3. Dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus) flowers are rich in nutritional value and medicinal value.

According to medicine, dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus) flower has obvious curative effect on cerebral arteriosclerosis and cardiovascular diseases.

It has the effects of clearing heat and moistening lung, removing phlegm and relieving cough, nourishing and nourishing face.

We can use dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus) to cook pig feet soup and pig bones soup.

It tastes sweet and fragrant. It is an excellent tonic soup.

Edible method:

1) We first soak the dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus) flowers in hot water, tear them into small pieces and wash them for standby;

2) Then cut the pig’s feet or bones into small pieces, float them over the boiling water and add them to the soup pot.

At the same time, we add the prepared dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus) flowers and an appropriate amount of water.

Then we add an appropriate amount of salt, ginger slices and cooking wine and cook slowly for about 1 hour.

(Note: dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus) flower can also be eaten in soup together with pig lung, pig belly and other animal meat or bones. The method is basically the same as the above).

Expand knowledge – cultivation methods of dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus):

Dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus) is an epiphytic succulent plant with many pulp.

Its stem is thick, dark green and trigonous.

Its flowers are large, white, fragrant and open in the evening from May to September.

Dragon fruit (elenicereus undatus) has large and fragrant flowers, so it is suitable for court planting, pot planting, or as a hedge plant.

It likes warm, humid and semi shady environment, and can withstand drought, but it is afraid of low temperature and frost.

The temperature of overwintering in winter shall not be lower than 7 ℃, otherwise it is vulnerable to freezing injury.

Its planting soil is sandy loam rich in humus.

It is often propagated by cutting.

Moreover, cutting propagation can be carried out in the greenhouse all year round, but spring and summer are the best.

Rooting takes place about one month after cutting.

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