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Buy Euphoria Grantii live outdoor plant with strong anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties that is low maintenance and needs very little water.

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This plant is native to the African tropics, in particular in Malawi, Kenya, and Uganda. It grows at altitudes of 500–2100 meters.

Used as Grave Markers. This is an outdoor plant.


Medicinal Usage

  • In India, it is used to treat stomach aches, gonorrhea, constipation, severe diarrhea (dysentery), intestinal worms (diluted latex is used for the treatment), and other digestive disorders. Breathing diseases like asthma, bronchitis, and chest congestion are treated with euphorbia.
  • The corrosive nature of sap has been in use for medical purposes over the years and used for wart removal since ancient times.
  •  Additionally, it is useful for tumors, blood clotting (putting sap to a wound might cease bleeding), hay fever, throat spasms, and mucus in the nose and throat.
  • It can also be used as a tonic for women after giving birth to restore their bodies. Mostly the stem and root of this plant are used for medicinal purposes.
  • The eardrops made from the stem or branch of this plant can cure earaches. This plant also helps to keep the environment clean while kept indoors.

Recent studies have demonstrated that the plant has strong antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties.


This plant is toxic and may cause irritation in the eyes and ears. No parts of the plant must be directly ingested.

Plant Care

  • Sunlight: Euphorbia grantii does best in full sunlight. It thrives as a hedge outside since it enjoys direct sun exposure. The health of the plant, flowering, and optimum leaf coloration all depend on adequate sunlight, like every other plant.
  • Indoor plantation:  Euphorbia grantii can reach a maximum height of 1.5 meters with a sturdy stem. One of the reasons it can be grown indoors and why it thrives as a houseplant is its height. However, it should be planted in a pot while growing indoors, which could inhibit the plant’s growth directly regardless of its ideal height because of the restricted environment and setting. Thus, euphorbias that are kept indoors are always found to be relatively smaller than their actual size. It can be grown outdoors in the ground but in suitable climatic conditions where it thrives.
  • Soil: The fundamental rule one should follow while growing this plant is to always use soil that is easy to drain. Sandy soil is supreme for growing this plant outdoors. While planting euphorbia outdoors, always adopt areas that are sandy. If the area where the plant should be grown is not sandy, dig a hole that is significantly larger than the plant’s ultimate root system and fill it with sandy soil. The ground should frequently be drained where the roots are located. Your plant still needs some fertilizer and a bit of water, though.
  • Fertilizers: While planting euphorbia indoors in a pot or any container, one should mix some pumice with a standard succulent mix. While the pumice will enable water to drain, the succulent soil mixture will offer nutrients and aid in some water retention which is a necessary step for the better of your plant.
  • Water: Seventy percent of Euphorbia grantii is water, and it must constantly replace the moisture it naturally loses through transpiration and other processes and, thus, needs less water than usual plants. However, overwatering should always be a primary cause of concern as it is the most significant cause of why this plant perishes. Avoiding waterlogging is essential to keep this plant thriving since it leads to root rot, which is why the kind of soil you plant it in is so crucial.
  • Grooming: this plant doesn’t need much grooming. Nevertheless, you can regulate the tree’s proliferation by pinching the tops of the stems to foster the establishment of new branches. This practice shouldn’t be done too often. Let the branches of your plant help to develop more foliage for a fuller look. Pinching should only be practiced on young plants as they respond well to it.
  • Root rot: euphorbias and other succulents face root rot throughout the year, which is primarily brought on by waterlogging. In order to improve the plant’s health, these two problems should be corrected. One sign that your plant may have root rot is when the leaves of your plant start to turn yellow all of a sudden.
  • Debugging: You can perform debugging by examining the season when the yellowing appears. Do not delay this process. Scant watering can make your plant leaves turn yellow. If the plant changes color immediately after a rainy season or after several waterings, you can infer that watering is the issue.

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