This generally shrubby succulent is from eastern and southern Africa
as well as the Arabian peninsula.
Once used as a source of latex, it grows to a height and spread of
about 10 ft (3 m), its twiggy stems covered with tiny, deciduous
The flowers are minute and insignificant.
Cultivation: Plant in sun or part-shade in moist, well-drained soil.
Propagate from cuttings , by division or from seed
note: The juice is very dangerous for your skin,special take care
for your eyes.
Medical use : Leaves employed as hemostatic and for stomach ache anc
corns. Counters ezcema. and scable (kudis).