Senecio salignus is a small tree I've seen growing close to water in California, all of Latin America and Israel. It's name in Guatemala is 'chilca'. In Israel it is used to dry swamps. An old man told me to use it as a light tea to avoid rheumatism. I did for 11 months, stopped for one, and repeated the cycle twice and it worked wonderfully. Then I asked a doctor in Biology why it was so good and he said: 'It is destroying uric acid'. Put 5 fresh leaves (7 if dry) in a cup of boiling water. Withdraw from stove. Cover. Wait 20 minutes and drink. Every day before breakfast. I am 81 without any signs of rheumatism.
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