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1. Allium coccinea (Hemiptera)
The primary purpose of the Allium coccinea plant is to produce silk (polydental) from cocoons. Polydental is used as a food, medicine and in a number of cosmetic products. Allium coccinea has a number of beneficial properties including the production of a sticky resin (pulp) that has strong aphrodisiac qualities. When combined with certain foods and drinks, it may provide a relaxing effect. A large number of Allium coccinea products are available as natural remedies and supplements in Europe, USA, Canada and Japan.
2. Allium sativum (Hemiptera: Hemiptera)
The allium family of plants are the dominant plant family in the tropics. Some species are known for their use as medicinal plants, and there are many species of Allium, including the popular Allium sativum. Allium sativum is a shrub or small tree that is often used for its medicinal properties as well as for home garden. There are several species of alliums, the most popular of which are Ceanothus. Allium sativum also has medicinal properties and is sometimes used as a spice or tea. This plant is also commonly grown as a groundcover.
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