Someone say Acmella Oleracea
Traditional Botanical name: Spilanthes Oleracea
Thriving in rich, moist well drained soil in an open sunny position, the toothache plant is a perennial in tropical areas, an annual in temperate areas and is a small, erect plant. It grows quickly and sends up gold and red flower inflorescences and is often used ornamentally.
Toothache plant is native to Brazil and is commonly used to relieve toothache as it’s leaves and pretty flowers obtain an analgesic agent spilanthol (antibiotics) -which works quite efficiently.
Spilanthes Tea Blend
4 dried spilanthes flowers
1 teaspoon grated, fresh ginger root
4 tablespoons chopped, fresh lemon balm
2 cups water
Add the water to a non-metallic pan and place it on the stove.
As the water comes to a boil remove from heat.
Add every ingredient and let the mixture settle (steep) for 10-15 minutes. Make sure you cover the pan so the oils do not escape
Strain the herbs from the water and pour into a cup, you may add honey for flavour. Enjoy.