Loloh

eloelo;
  • any sort of traditional medicine that is taken internally, as compared to boreh and uap, which are used externally
  • Herbal tonics produced and consumed exclusively in Bali (Indonesia) to prevent and treat different ailments.
Andap
loloh
Kasar
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Alus sor
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Alus mider
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Alus madya
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Alus singgih
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Mider
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Bali dataran dialect
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Bali aga dialect
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Usage Examples

I meme ngae loloh don kayu manis
My mother made loloh from kayu manis leaves

Niki mawasta Wit Jarak. Wit Jarak dados keanggen loloh lan tamba.
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This is the Jarak plant (Castor-Oil plant or Ricinis communis). It can be used for herbal tonics and medicine.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Siosan saking nasi pradnyan, krama Hindune taler nunas loloh don kayu manis (Sauropus androgynus) sane madaging gendis, tasik lan asem utawi lunak.

In English:   That is why nasi pradnyan is served after one has taken holy bath and prayed.

In Indonesian:   Selain nasi pradnyan, umat Hindu juga meminum sari daun katuk (Sauropus androgynus) yang dicampur dengan gula, garam dan asam.

In Balinese:   Tatujonne mangda sang sane nunas loloh punika kaicen manah sane kukuh gumanti setata tinut ring pamargi kabecikan.

In English:   Beside nasi pradnyan, the Hindus also drink juice of sweet leaves (Sauropus androgynus) mixed with sugar, salt and tamarind.

In Indonesian:   Tujuannya adalah agar yang meminumnya diberikan kemantapan pikiran agar selalu berada di jalan kebajikan.

In Balinese:   Sayan langah krama Baline ngaryanang nasi pradnyan lan nunas loloh don kayu manis, yadiastun makakalih ajengan punika gurih tur masari.

In English:   Unfortunately, this Banyu Pinaruh tradition is now mostly done up to holy bath only.

In Indonesian:   Semakin jarang orang Bali yang membuat nasi pradnyan dan minum ramuan daun katuk.
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