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Nama jamaicense L.

Herb; leaves alternate, simple, obovate to spatulate, base attenuate, margin entire, apex rounded; flowers small, nearly sessile in the leaf axils; corolla white.

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Standley (1930) reports that the plant has been used as a remedy for inflammation and bloody vomit.