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Wood Magical Properties, Pemphis Acidula Propagation

por Sheryl Lipscombe (2019-12-09)

Stigi or Drini (Pemphis acidula) National Philosopher's Wood. Stigi, Setigi, Santigi, or Drini (Pemphis acidula) become one of the trees and wood which are believed to have good luck (magical powers).

Even among other types of magical wood such as Dewandaru, Nagasari and Pulai, Stigi is considered the King of the Sorcerer's Wood.

Naturally, then the coastal shrub named stigi or centigi is used as a talisman and absorbent of poisons so that it is well known among metaphysics practitioners.

Besides being famous and considered to have supernatural powers by the metaphysics, Stigi (Pemphis acidula) is also a favorite plant for bonsai lovers.

The characteristics of stems, branches, leaves, flowers, and plant durability make Santigi an expensive class of bonsai.

Stigi wood and trees are known by various local names. The local names include Centigi, Cantinggi, Drini, Kastigi, Mentigi, Setigi, Sentigi, Santigi, and Santiki.

The Latin name of the philosopher's plant is Pemphis acidula J.R. Forst. & G. Forst. This name has several synonym names such as Lythrum pemphis L., Mangium porcellanicum Rumph., Melanium fruticosum Spreng., Pemphis angustifolia Roxb., And Pemphis setosa Blanco.

The naming of this plant is taken from the word "Pemphis" (Greek), which means "swollen", which refers to the fruit when ripe; and the word "acidula" (Latin), which means sour, which refers to the taste of the leaves.

Getting to know cara mengkilapkan cincin kayu stigi (Pemphis acidula) The Setigi or Drini (Pemphis acidula) tree is a shrub that grows in coastal areas that are rocky, sandy, or on the edge of a mangrove forest.

It grows in tropical regions that are widespread on the coast of South Asia which includes Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka. Also lives on the coast of northern Australia.

Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Micronesia, Fiji, Guam, New Caledonia, and Palau. Even in East Africa such as the Maldives, Mozambique, Tanzania and the Seychelles.