Also called Cashua, grows in the Llamellin grows wild and cultivated, to 4,000 meters, at the edges of the fields, the farmland and gardens. It is a medicinal and aromatic plant used since prehistoric times by Native Americans. It has antiparasitic qualities for treating roundworm (worms) and tapeworms. This plant has many properties and is beneficial for a disease without númnero. relieve stomach cramps, colds, cramps, hemorrhoids, pneumonia, gastritis, dysmenorrhea, urinary tract inflammations, and serves as a cough suppressant. - Also as an anthelmintic, laxative, diuretic, hepatoprotective, anti-inflammatory, anti-emetic, antiseptic, digestive, antirheumatic and antiarthritic.