Nhan Tran trees prefer places with high humidity such as Southeast Asia. Especially there are many in Vietnam, China, Laos, Cambodia, and Thailand. Trees live in mountainous areas 300-2000m above sea level, near thin forests. Nhan Tran is a rare oriental herb, belonging to the Huyen Sam family. Nhan Tran tree has a herbaceous plant, only 0.3 - 1m high. The trunk is single, with very few branches. The leaves are symmetrically grown on the stem, the leaf blade is lanceolate and serrated. The leaves are 3 - 5cm long, the veins are clearly developed on the underside of the leaves. Hoa Nhan Tran appears in the middle between leaves or branches. Flowers grow in small, flower-shaped clusters. Corolla 30 - 40cm long, purple or blue is very beautiful. The blooming season is from April to September. Adenosma water (Nhan Tran) or Adenosma tea is a beverage made with buds, or leaves that have been brewed and dried, which can also be used while the leaves are still fresh. This is a very popular drink in rural areas, even urban areas in the Northern Delta of Vietnam and is used to drink every day like green tea because it is believed to bring many benefits..
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