Hibiscus/China Rose/জবা, Health Benefits of Hibiscus/অ্যান্টি অক্সিডেন্ট সমৃদ্ধ ‘জবা’

Hibiscus/China Rose

 Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis), also known as rose mallow, is a frost tender flowering plant that belongs to the Malvaceae (Mallow family). There are over 200 species of hibiscus that can be found in the warm and tropical regions all over the world. The plant is best known for its beautiful flowers and is cultivated for ornamental purposes. The plant is native to East Asia mostly China. It is now widely distributed and cultivated in the tropics and subtropics. Some of the popular common names of the plant are China rose, Chinese hibiscus, Hawaiian hibiscus, Hibiscus, Rose-of-China, Shoeblack plant, Chinese roos, Common Red, Double rose-hibiscus, Hibiscus ‘Lipstick’, Shoe flower, Shoe-back Plant and Tropical Hibiscus. The word ‘hibiscus’ comes from ‘hibískos’, a Greek word named for the plant, and they are also known as ‘rose mallows’, with different species having other common names. The plant can be used in human diet, as a cure for various disorders and as a source of natural dyes. Wild types of hibiscus are important source of food for larvae of certain insects. Several species of Hawaiian hibiscus are endangered and extremely rare in the wild due to habitat loss and diseases.
The word bunga in Malay means “flower”, while raya in Malay means “celebratory” or “grand”. The Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is literally known as the “celebratory flower” in Malay. The red of the petals symbolizes the courage, life, and rapid growth of the Malaysian, and the five petals represent the five Rukun Negara of Malaysia. The flower can be found imprinted on the notes and coins of the Malaysian ringgit.
Plant Description
Hibiscus is an erect, much-branched, glabrous, evergreen shrub that grows about 2.5–5 m (8–16 ft.) tall and 1.5–3 m (5–10 ft.) wide. The plant normally prefers well- drained fertile soil high in organic matter. The plant has branched tap root and erect, green, cylindrical and branched stems. Leaves are alternate, papery, dark green, broadly or narrowly ovate, 4–9 × 2–5 cm, base rounded or cuneate, margin serrate-dentate, apex acuminate; stipules linear, 5–10 mm long; petiole 0.5–2 cm long. Plants grown outdoors year round typically rise to 10-12 inch tall, and plants grown in containers that are overwintered indoors are typically trimmed to 5-6 inch tall. Outdoor plants will flower throughout the year.
Flower & Fruit
Flowers are solitary, axillary on upper branches, large, simple or double, usually pendulous on 1–8 cm long pedicels. Epicalyx lobes are 6–9, linear or linear lanceolate. Calyx is campanulate with 5 ovate to lanceolate, stellate puberulent, lobes. Corolla is white, rosy red, reddish or orange-yellow or purplish, funnel-shaped, 6–10 cm in diameter, often double; petals are obovate, imbricate, pilose abaxially, apex obtuse or irregularly lobed. Staminal column are exserted, glabrous, antheriferous near the apex, style 5-fid each branch crowned by stigma. Flowers are followed by dehiscent, ovoid capsule, 2.5 cm, glabrous with beaked apex splitting. Fruit consists of small, black seeds.
Hibiscus flowers come in many colors. They can be red, yellow, white, or peach-colored with both single and double sets of petals. Plants with double sets of petals have been named as var. rubroplenus Sweet. Hibiscus rosa-sinensis was nominated as the national flower of Malaysia in 1960.  The most popular variety is Hibiscus sabdariffa. Red flowers of this variety are most commonly cultivated for medical purposes, and are available as dietary supplements. Outdoor plants will flower throughout the year. Plants brought indoors in fall typically flower from spring to late summer. Flowers last for only one day. Indoor plants need regular pruning to maintain good shape.
Health benefits of Hibiscus
Hibiscus is used for making ayurvedic and herbal medicines. Ayurveda uses hibiscus parts like leaves, flowers and roots to cure headaches, swelling, menstrual cramps, hair care, colds, venereal disease, encourage short term infertility and stimulate menstruation. It is also used as a laxative. People use the hibiscus flowers to make chutneys, soups and curries. Let’s take a look at the ways in which hibiscus can improve your health.
1. Lowers Cholesterol
According to research, hibiscus can lower cholesterol levels. Artery clogging cholesterol can up your risk of heart disease but animal studies have shown that hibiscus flower extracts taken orally might be able to lower total cholesterol levels by as much as twenty two percent. Moreover, it also increases levels of HDL cholesterol. It is thought that saponins present in hibiscus bind to cholesterol and prevent its absorption in the body.
2. Aids Weight Loss
Hibiscus is quite beneficial for weight loss. Being loaded with nutrients, flavonoids and various minerals, hibiscus lowers the body’s absorption of fats and carbohydrates. This in turn can help you lose weight.
Apart from that it also contains high concentrations of antioxidants that aid weight loss by boosting metabolism. Also, being diuretic in nature, this herb helps shed water weight.
3. Help Treat Depression
Some of the key polyphenols found within the hibiscus plant have been shown to display a protective effect on the brain, while also increasing blood flow. As a result its supplementation has been shown to improve mood and reduce depressive symptoms.
While this research is still in its early stages, it does suggest that hibiscus flower may offer a natural additional to some of our more traditional depression treatments, while also acting as a potent mood enhancer.
4. Cures Fever, Constipation, and Cold Cures
Since ancient times, hibiscus has been used in different cultures as a remedy for treating various conditions.  Egyptians used the hibiscus tea for lowering the temperature of the body, treating nerve and heart diseases, and the best use was as a diuretic. Due to the cooling effects of hibiscus tea, fever can also be reduced. In other parts of the world such as Africa, the parts of the plant were used in the treatment of liver disease, symptoms of cold and constipation. Hibiscus flowers have been popularized as a healthy flower and also used as a medicine in menopause treatment. The pulp or juice made from these leaves can treat skin wounds. This is one of the most know hibiscus tea benefits around the world.
5. Improves Hair Growth
Crushed leaves of hibiscus have been used as a soapy paste to clean hair. It is supposed to strengthen hair and promote healthy hair growth.  Now, scientific studies have also found that hibiscus leaf extracts can promote hair growth. So if you’re looking for thick beautiful tresses try shampooing with hibiscus leaves.
6. Lowers Blood Sugar
Hibiscus tea is a wonderful option if you’re worried about your blood sugar levels. High blood sugar can affect the functioning of your nerves, eyes, and kidneys and increase your chances of getting heart disease too. But research has discovered that taking a hibiscus flower extract orally for twenty one days reduced blood glucose levels by forty one to forty six percent.
7. Boosts Immune System
Immune system is actually the body’s defense against all sorts of diseases. According to research, extracts of hibiscus flowers may be able to encourage cells which fight infection. So to strengthen the natural defenses of your body try a cup of hibiscus tea.
8. Beneficial For Hair
Hibiscus plant consists of good amount of Vitamin C and minerals. Polyphenol compounds in the leaves of this plant have been known to contain anti-inflammatory properties. Flowers are supposed to cure ailments such as loss of hair, cough, and graying of hair. For natural hair treatment with hibiscus, the flowers are dried, ground to fine powder, and mixed with some water to apply on the scalp.
9. Fights Hair Loss
If you are worried about hair loss, hibiscus can help fight it. Being rich in vitamins A and C as well as amino acids, hibiscus helps to combat hair loss and induce hair growth. It also cures dandruff, prevents split ends and prevents premature graying.
10. Boosts liver health
Research has shown that hibiscus may promote liver health and help keep it working efficiently. Further research is however required to know how hibiscus tea affects liver health in humans.
11. Heals Wounds
A cup of hibiscus tea just might be able to help heal any wounds or nicks that you have. Hibiscus flower extract, when taken orally, was found to quicken wound healing, and lead to faster skin growth in rats when compared to controls who were not given the hibiscus extract.
12. Can Protect Against Skin Cancer
Exposure to the harmful UV rays of the sun and certain harmful chemicals are known to promote skin cancer. But hibiscus might have a protective effect. According to a research, the topical application of hibiscus extract before exposure to UV rays and the toxic chemical benzoyl peroxide was able to partly restore levels of protective enzymes which prevent cellular damage.
13. Can Treat Head Lice
Hibiscus flower helps to remove head lice. You would be surprised to know that hair loss that occurs due to thyroid problems can also be prevented to some extent if you consume a cup of healthy hibiscus tea or apply a smooth hibiscus paste on the scalp. To prevent premature graying of hair, parts of hibiscus plant can stimulate the production of the blood and ensure that vital nutrients reach the hair follicles.
Traditional uses and benefits of Hibiscus
    Various parts of H. rosa-sinensis are used for various ailments in traditional medicine.
    rosa- sinensis has been reported to possess anti-estrogenic, anti-implantation, abortifacient, antipyretic, antispasmodic, CNS depressant, hypotensive, anti-spermatogenic, embryo toxic, hypothermic, insect attractant, analgesic, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties.
    Flower buds, pounded into a paste, are applied as a poultice to boils, cancerous swellings and mumps in Philippines.
    Chinese women used to use the juice from the petals for blackening their eyebrows, and so did people in India.
    Decoction of flowers has been used as an expectorant in bronchitis.
    Flower infusion after a night’s exposure to dew may be used for gonorrhea.
    Chinese and Annamese use the flowers against paralysis and dysmenorrhea.
    Decoction of the flowers has been reported effective for coughs.
    Red flowers are supposed to regulate menstruation and sometimes said to cause abortion and also used for sprue in Indonesia.
    Flowers, fried in ghee, are given in menorrhagia in India.
    Dark-red petals are used in the form of a mucilaginous infusion in ardor-urinae, strangury, cystitis and other irritable conditions of the genito-urinary tract.
    Infusion is also a refrigerant drink in fevers and a demulcent in coughs.
    Oil made by mixing the juice of the fresh petals and olive oil in equal proportions and boiling is useful as a stimulating application for increasing the growth and improving the color of the hair.
    Leaves and flower buds are mashed and applied on swellings externally, and that the same mixture with lime hastens maturation of tumors in Philippines.
    Flowers, leaves, barks and roots in decoction are used as an emollient.
    Seeds, pounded into a pulp and mixed with water, were used effectively for gonorrhea in India.
    Decoction of the leaves has been used as a lotion for fevers and an infusion or a poultice of the leaves for headache in Malaysia.
    Leaves have also been used for boils.
    In Indonesia, it was very common to poultice swellings with the leaves.
    Midwives applied the mucilage during labor, at the same time giving draughts of the juice of the leaves.
    Juice of the leaves among with that of Vernonia cinerea is used by midwives to stimulate the expulsion of the afterbirth.
    Leaves are used as an emollient, an anodyne and a gentle aperient in China.
    Preparation from the leaves is used to treat postpartum relapse sickness, to treat boils, sores and inflammations in Samoa.
    Malays used a decoction of the root as an internal medicine in Malaysia.
    Decoction from the roots of red- and white-flowered plants is a Kelantan antidote for poisons.
    Decoction is also drunk for venereal diseases and fevers.
    An infusion of the root is also used for glands in the neck.
    An application of the root of the white- flowered plant was also used for carbuncles, a decoction being drunk at the same time.
    Decoction of the root may be dropped into sore eyes.
    Root is regarded valuable for coughs in India.
    Chinese and Annamese use the bark as an emenagogue.
    Leaves are used to treat abscesses and to induce vomiting in NW Guyana.
    Flower boiled and the extract used to treat delayed menses and as an abortifacient in Guyana.
    Paste made from the root is used in the treatment of venereal diseases.
    Paste prepared from hibiscus flower and cow’s urine when applied over head is beneficial for hair loss and treats baldness.
    Paste prepared from hibiscus leaves when applied on head gives important nourishment for the hair.
    Equal amount of hibiscus flower juice and sesame oil is heated until only oil is remained. The remaining oil is beneficial for treating dandruff.
    10-30 ml Root decoction when taken with honey is beneficial for cough.
    15 ml root decoction when taken 3-4 times a day is beneficial for cough and common cold.
    5-10 ml leaf juice is beneficial for diarrhea and other digestive problems.
    Regular use of flower powder in a cup of milk is beneficial for overcoming blood deficiency and provides energy to your body.
    Powder prepared from dried flower and leaves when taken with a cup of milk is beneficial for increasing the memory power.
    Paste prepared from leaves and flowers when applied over affected area is beneficial for swelling and pain.
Ayurvedic Health benefits of Hibiscus
    Leucorrhoea: Add 2 tsp leaf juice of Shoe Flower in a cup of water. Drink it twice a day. OR : Drink 10 ml leaf decoction of Shoe Flower twice a day.
    Urinary Problems: Use flowers of Shoe Flower plant to make decoction. Drink 30 ml once a day.
    Coolant: Prepare a flower decoction of Shoe Flower plant. Drink 2 tsp once a day.
    Hyperthermia: Take 200 g flower petals of Shoe Flower plant. Add 1 liter water and 400 g Jaggery in it. Boil until it gets half and thick. Take 5 g of it once a day.
    Baldness: Take flower petals of Shoe Flower. Crush them to extract juice. Boil the juice with coconut oil. Store and use for head massage.
    Hair: Crush leaves of Shoe Flower plant to extract its juice. Apply it over your hair and scalp. Wash after sometime.
    Menstrual Problems: Fry 2 flowers of Shoe Flower plant in butter. Take it with warm milk once a day.
    Mumps: Grind the leaves and flowers together and make a paste. Apply it as a poultice onto the mumps.
    Fever: Prepare a leaf decoction of Shoe flower and apply as a lotion on your body to normalize temperature.
    Alopecia Areata: Take 8 to 10 flowers of Shoe Flower plant. Boil them in half a liter of coconut oil. Strain the oil. Store it in a bottle. Now apply this oil 3 times in a week and leave it over night. Repeat the process on regular intervals to get good results.
    Jaundice: Boil one tbsp each of trailing Eclipta leaves, Azadirachta indica flowers, radish and shoe flower in half liter water till water is reduced to half. Take thrice a day with one tbsp sugar.
    Cough: Take 20 g root of Shoe Flower and 50 g leaves of Adhatoda Vasica. Make its decoction. Drink 30 ml twice a day.
    Leucorrhoea: Prepare a decoction with flowers of Shoe Flower. Take 30 ml of it and add 20 ml milk, 1 tsp Jaggery and half tsp carom. Drink 20 ml once a day.
    Hair Fall: Add 10-12 Shoe Flower into 1 to 2 cups of coconut oil. Heat them together until burnt. Strain this to separate oil from solution. Before sleep apply this oil to your scalp. Wash off your hairs in the next morning. Repeat this for one to two times a week.
 Culinary Uses
    Flower petals and young leaves are edible.
    Slightly acidic petals are used sparingly in salads or as garnish.
    Flowers are eaten as pickles and the young leaves are eaten cooked in Papua New Guinea.
    Flowers are eaten in salad in the Pacific Islands.
    Flowers are pounded into a paste and used as chutney in Andhra Pradesh, India.
    Flowers are also used in herbal teas and as food coloring.
    Young leaves are gathered for relish in some areas in Africa.
    Hibiscus flowers have a tart, cranberry-like flavor and should be used sparingly.
    Lecture Room and Library at Sketch has created a wonderful dish of rhubarb, brie and gingerbread with hibiscus syrup and celery for the 2013 Chelsea Flower Show.
    Young leaves are sometimes used as a spinach.
Other Facts
    It is a very popular and widely planted ornamental, planted as hedges and for fence or in median strips of avenues, as garden plants and in parks.
    Outside the tropics and subtropics, it is also a popular indoor plant.
    Plant is sometimes used as a fiber source in India and China.
    Black pigment is extracted from the flowers.
    Hibiscus flower and leaf preparations are used for hair care.
    Petals are used to blacken shoes and eyebrows in parts of India, as well as for the worship of the Hindu deity, Devi.
    Bees, butterflies and hummingbirds are main pollinators of hibiscus flowers.
    Hibiscus is known as “shoe flower” in China because people use hibiscus to polish their shoes.
    People in Polynesia use fibers from the bark of hibiscus tree to produce grass skirts.
    Women in Tahiti and Hawaii wear hibiscus flower behind the right ear when they want to announce that they are single and ready for marriage. Married women wear hibiscus behind the left ear.
    Women in China use dyes extracted from hibiscus flowers to dye their eyebrows and hair.
    Paste made of crushed hibiscus leaves and flowers can be used as home-made shampoo.
    Hibiscus cannabinus is a species of hibiscus that is used in the paper industry.
    China and Thailand are the greatest producers of hibiscus in the world.
    Hibiscus is the recognized national flower of Malaysia, South Korea and the Republic of Haiti.
    Do not use during pregnancy or if planning children.
    It may cause infection in eyes.
    It should not be taken by the women who are in medication for fertility treatments. The levels of estrogen in the body are reduced; menstruation is triggered and a miscarriage might be the result.
    Hibiscus tea and hibiscus supplements are not recommended for women who are taking birth control pills.
    Do not take hibiscus if you are suffering from low blood pressure. It might lower the levels more.
    People with diabetes should take caution when taking this herb as it can decrease blood sugar levels.

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পরিচিতি : ইংরেজি নাম Hibiscus rosa-sinensis.  জবা মালভেসি গোত্রের অন্তর্গত একটি চিরসবুজ পুষ্পধারী গুল্ম, যার উৎপত্তি পূর্ব এশিয়াতে। এটি চীনা গোলাপ নামেও পরিচিত। এই ফুলের বাংলা নাম রক্তজবা, জবা, জবা কুসুম। শাখা কলম দ্বারা এর বংশ বিস্তার হয়। প্রায় সারাবছরই ফুল ফোটে। বর্তমানে অনেক ধরনের হাইব্রীড জবার অস্তিত্ব পাওয়া যায় এবং সেগুলোর মধ্যে বর্ণবৈচিত্র প্রচুর।
বৈজ্ঞানিক শ্রেণীবিন্যাস : বৈজ্ঞানিক নাম Hibiscus rosa-Sinensis Linn. জগৎ-Plantae, বর্গ- Malvales, পরিবার- Malvaceae, গণ- Hibiscus, প্রজাতি- H. rosa-sinensis.
বর্ণনা : জবা একটি চিরসবুজ গুল্ম। যার উচ্চতা ৮-১৬ ফুট ও প্রস্থ ৫-১০ ফুট। এর পাতাগুলো চকচকে সবুজ ও ফুলগুলো উজ্জ্বল লাল বর্ণের ও ৫টি পাঁপড়ি যুক্ত। ফুলগুলোর ব্যাস ৪ ইঞ্চি এবং গ্রীষ্মকাল ও শরৎকালে ফুটে।
চাষবাস : বাগানের গাছ হিসেবে জবাকে গ্রীষ্মমণ্ডল এবং উপগ্রীষ্মমণ্ডল অঞ্চলে সর্বত্র ব্যবহার করা হয়। জবা যেহেতু ১০° সেলসিয়াসের নীচের তাপমাত্রা সহ্য করতে পারে না, তাই নাতিশীতোষ্ণ অঞ্চলে জবা গাছকে গ্রীনহাউসে রাখা হয়। জবা গাছের বিভিন্ন রকমের সংকর প্রজাতি আছে। যাদের ফুলের রঙ সাদা, হলুদ, কমলা ইত্যাদি।
ঔষধি গুণাগুণ : ঔষধি গুণাগুণ সমৃদ্ধ জবা ফুল। বিভিন্ন রোগে ঔষধ হিসাবে ব্যবহার করা যায়। অ্যান্টি অক্সিডেন্ট সমৃদ্ধ জবা ফুল দেহের শারীরিক শক্তি বৃদ্ধি করে এবং প্রাকৃতিকভাবে শারীরিক সুস্থতা প্রদান করে।
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ঘন ঘন প্রস্রাব বন্ধ করতে : বেশি পরিমাণে পানি পান করে, আবার ঘন ঘন প্রস্রাব করে অথচ ডায়াবেটিস রোগী নয়, এই ক্ষেত্রে জবা গাছের ছালের রস এক কাপ পানির সঙ্গে পরিমাণমত চিনিসহ মিশিয়ে ৭/৮ দিন খেলে উপকার পাওয়া যায়।
ব্রণ থেকে মুক্তির উপায় : আমাদের দেশে ব্রণ একটি সাধারণ সমস্যা। এর জন্য প্রাকৃতিক গুণসম্পন্ন জবা ফুল অনেক উপকারী। কেননা প্রাকৃতিক অ্যান্টি ইনফ্ল্যামাটরি উপাদান এবং ভিটামিন-সি সমৃদ্ধ এই জবা ফুল ব্রণের সমস্যা প্রাকৃতিকভাবেই নির্মূল করে থাকে।
হজমে সহায়তা : প্রতিদিন সকালে খালি পেটে নিয়ম করে এই জবা ফুল খেলে শরীরের বিভিন্ন রোগ প্রতিরোধ করে এবং হজমক্রিয়াকে ত্বরান্বিত করে শারীরিকভাবে সুস্থ রাখে। জবা ফুল হজমেও সহায়তা করে।
চুল পড়া বন্ধ করে : প্রাকৃতিক গুণসম্পন্ন এই জবা ফুল চুলে বিভিন্ন পুষ্টি প্রদান করে চুল পড়া বন্ধ করে এবং চুলের স্বাস্থ্য রক্ষা করে উজ্জ্বল আর ঝলমলে করে তোলে। নারিকেল তেলের সঙ্গে জবা ফুল মিশিয়ে চুলে ব্যবহার করলে চুল কালো হয় এবং চুলের স্বাস্থ্য রক্ষা পায়। প্রাকৃতিকভাবেই এই ফুলটি রোদের তাপে চুল ধূসর হয়ে যাওয়া থেকে বাঁচায়।
অনিয়মিত মাসিকের স্রাব : অনিয়মিত মাসিক অর্থাৎ দুই এক দিন একটু একটু হয়, আবার সময় হয়ে গিয়েছে আদৌ হয়না আবার হয়তো এক মাস বন্ধ হয়ে থাকলো, এ ক্ষেত্রে দু তিনটি পঞ্চমুখী জবা ফুলের কুঁড়ি ও আধা গ্রাম দারুচিনি এক সঙ্গে বেটে সরবত করে ঋতুকালীন সময়ে দিনে একবার করে ৩/৪ দিন খেলে মাসিক স্বাভাবিক হবে।
ধীর গতিতে বয়স বৃদ্ধি করে : অ্যান্টি অক্সিডেন্ট সমৃদ্ধ জবা ফুল শুধু ক্যান্সার প্রতিরোধই করে না নিয়মিত এই জবা ফুল আহারে বয়স বাড়ার প্রবণতাকে ধীর গতি সম্পন্ন করে তুলতে সহয়তা করে। ফলে এই জবা ফুল একজনকে চিরযৌবন এনে দিতে পারে।
বমি করতে চাইলে : যদি বমি করার প্রয়োজন হয় এক্ষেত্রে ৪/৫টি জবা ফুল নিয়ে বোঁটার সঙ্গে যে সবুজ ক্যালিকাস অংশ থাকে, এই অংশ টাকে বাদ দিয়ে ফুল অংশটাকে পানি ও চিনি পরিমাণমত দিয়ে চটকে সরবত করে দিনে ২/১ বার খেলে বমি হয়ে যাবে।
টাক পোকা রোগ : চুল স্বাভাবিক আছে অথচ ফাঙ্গাসে কিছু জায়গা চুল উঠে টাক হয়ে গেছে এ অবস্থায় জবা ফুল বেটে ওখানে লাগালে কিছু দিনের মধ্যে চুল উঠে যাবে। এক/দুইটা ফুল বেটে ৭/৮ দিন যে কোনো সময় লাগাতে হবে এবং দুই/এক ঘণ্টা রাখতে হবে অথবা যতক্ষণ সম্ভব রাখতে হবে।
চোখ উঠা : চোখ ওঠা রোগে জবা ফুল বেটে চোখের ভেতরটা বাদ দিয়ে চোখের উপর ও নিচের পাতায় গোল করে লাগিয়ে দিলে উপকার পাওয়া যায়। দিনের যে কোনো সময় এক/দুইটা ফুল বেটে ৭/৮ দিন লাগাতে হবে এবং এক ঘন্টা রাখতে হবে।
হাতের তালুতে চামড়া উঠা : শীতকালে হাতের তালুতে চামড়া উঠে খসখসে হয়ে গেলে জবা ফুল তালুতে মাখলে খুব উপকার পাওয়া যায়। দিনে দুই তিন বার এক/দুইটা ফুল হাতের মধ্যেই ডলে ডলে লাগাতে হবে। লাগিয়ে স্বাভাবিক কাজ কর্ম করা যাবে। যতক্ষণ সম্ভব রাখতে হব।

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