Siling Labuyo


Siling Labuyo

The scientific name of siling labuyo is Capsicum frutescens. Other names includes: Cayenne, chile, chile pepper, chileng bundok, chili, kasira, katumbal, kitikot, lada, lara, paktiu, pasitis, red pepper, rimorino, sili, siling palai, silit-diablo, Spanish epper.

It is an erect, branched, half woody herb. The leaves are oblong ovate to ovate-lanceolate, 3-10 cm long with pointed tip. The flowers may be solitary or may occur several in each leaf axii with pale green to yellowish green color. The fruit is green and turns red when ripe. It has a very sharp taste.

It is cultivated and also found in open waste places in settled areas.

It is propagated by seeds.

 

 

Source: Guide on the Proper use of medicinal plants

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9 Responses to “Siling Labuyo”

  1. Eijean Dela Torre Says:

    hi! I’m eijean,3rd yr. student from science school, just want to ask,what are the other important things about siling labuyo besides from being a herbal medicine,because we have a investigatory project and we choose siling labuyo as our product.Thank You!

  2. Nemo Says:

    I think labuyo is also used as pesticide. Check the net nalang about its pesticide property. and good luck to your project

  3. victor Says:

    alam mo masarap na sawsawan yan>>>>>>>>>>

    yummy

  4. journey Says:

    pagture oi… over-over pod ka ba!…

  5. jhnwep Says:

    Proven na po ba ang siling labuyo as pesticide???,kasi iyon sana gagamitin namin sa aming investigatory project.

  6. idolize Says:

    isa lang po ms2sbi ko jan eh MAANGHANG hehe XD

  7. Anonymous Says:

    sino ba ang nag patunay na ang siling labuyo is effective for pesticides

  8. Anonymous Says:

    weak dota n lng

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