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Transcript of Oriental Lily
Medicinal or Not?
Breanna, Casey, Jakari, Xavier, Terrenz, Yehmal
Mainly used in fragrances and scented products. Used in Vera Wang, Anais, Anais , and etc. Is also known to helpskin with softness and wrinkles. Even hundreds of years people would mash it up and put in their faces. Also, planted because it is pleasing to the eye and has great yard appeal.
The oriental lily is edible to human the specific parts are: flower buds, buds, tubers, and young shoots. Used in many Chinese food recipes and can be steamed, fried, boiled, and etc. People put them in soup, salads, or just eat them raw. Suprisingly this plant is toxic to cats.
Where It Can Be Grown
An oriental lily can be in colors of white, pink, and crimson.
The petals are spotted, brushed, or edged with contrasting colors
It also has hard texture and can grow up to 2 to 6 feet. Is often used in salads and soups.
- Many Asian countries (especially China)
Marshlands or swampy areas
The oriental lily did not kill any bacteria. The uses for it are for skin. The skin cells and bacteria do not look similar so it did not help. Therefore it can not be used for medicinal properties against bacteria.
Did it kill E-coli?