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In Nepal the root juice is warmed and applied to sprains.The juice of the flowers is used to treat chronic bronchitis and toothache.
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Plants will tolerate occasional short-lived lows down to about -5°c so long as they are in a very well-drained soil.A perennial plant, it is generally tender in the temperate zone but can be grown outdoors as an annual, flowering well in its first year and setting seed[200, K]. Plants will occasionally overwinter in a cold greenhouse[K]. It grows well in an ornamental vegetable garden.
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