Arjak, Barbiflore, Clerodendranthus spicatus, Clerodendrum spicatum, Java Thé, Moustaches de Chat, Ocimum aristatum, Orthosiphon, Orthosiphon aristatus, Orthosiphon Grandiflorus, Orthosiphon spicatus, Orthosiphon stamineus, Orthosiphonis Folium, Té de Java, Thé de Java, Vantulsi.
Java tea is sometimes taken as "irrigation therapy." This means it is taken along with lots of fluids to increase urine flow. It is also used for bladder and kidney disorders, including bacterial infections and kidney stones; liver and gallbladder problems, including gallstones; gout; and achy joints (rheumatism).
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