What is Capuchin used for?


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Capuchin is a medicinal plant, also known as sores, mastruço and capuchinho, that can be used in the treatment of urinary infection, scurvy and diseases in the skin. Its scientific name is Tropaeolum majus L. and can be bought in natural products stores and in some handling pharmacies. Indications of the Capuchin Capuchin is used to treat urinary tract infections, acne, skin allergies, dandruff, eczema, scurvy, lack of appetite, strengthening of the scalp, aging skin, insomnia, digestive problems, fluid retention, depression and wound healing.