Malunggay Ointment

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The Malunggay leaves are highly nutritious, being a significant source of Vitambeta-carotein C, protein, iron and potassium. The leaves are cooked and used like spinach. In addition to being used fresh as a substitute for spinach, its leaves are commonly dried and crushed into a powder, and used in soups and sauces. Ointment is one of the medicine that can cure wounds.

The procedures are all the materials will be gathered. Leaves will be pounded .Pounded leaves of Malunggay will be extracted. The extract will be boiled. Boiled extract will then be cooled. The boiled extract will be put in a sterilized small bottle/container for storage /preservation. The product will then be applied to an open wound with the use of cotton.

I therefore conclude that the malunggay leaves can be a substitute medicine in curing open wounds but its odor matters.


I, the researcher extend my gratitude to my parents for the support in making this, and to my classmates for giving me the courage in pursuing this study.

And most especially to our Almighty God for giving me the wisdom in making this study possible.

Chapter 1

Background of the Study

Malunggay grows very wildly in hot tropical climate and it is mainly found in the Philippines. It is best known as an excellent source of nutrition and a natural energy booster. Loaded with nutrients, vitamins and amino acids;it replenishes our body and provides what we need to get through a hectic weekday or active weekend.

Malunggay has leaves and seeds (small); and both of them can produce extracts. Malunggay leaves extract can be use in many ways, it can be use in curing illnesses and even in curing open wounds; or it can be use as a substitute medicine in curing open wounds.

Statement of the Problem

This study aims to determine the feasibility of malunggay leaves extract as a substitute medicine in curing open wounds. Specifically, it anwers the following...
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