Pokok Puding Mangkok, Semangkok, Daun Belangkas 
|English||Saucer-leaf; Shell leaf; Cup-leaved papua|
Daun Mangkok (Java); Mamanukan (Sunda), godong mangkokan (Jawa). lanido,; ndalido, ranido, ndari (Roti).ai lohoi, ai laun niwel, daun koin, ; daun papeda (Ambon). daun koin, d. mangkok, memangkokan, ; daun papeda, memangkokan, pohon mangkok (Sumatera); Daun mangkok (Menado), mangko-mangko (Makasar).; Goma matari, sawoko (Halmahera), rau paroro (Ternate). 
Platito (Tagalog) 
Dinh Lang Dia 
Ndosir; Umroki 
Kapaie, Kaope Pa 
Yuan Ye Nan Yang Shen 
Nothopanax scutellarium is a member of the Araliaceae family. It is a shrub or small tree that grows up to 4 m high, with sheathing petiole base and spotted stems. Leaves are simple, somewhat rounded and concave, saucer-like, measuring 6-12 cm wide with heart shaped at the base. It flowers infrequently. The flowers are born in umbels of 8-24 in numbers, arranged mostly in terminal panicles. The corolla of five to seven free, tiney greenish, inconspicous petals measuring 2-3 mm long. The fruits are subglobose drope. 
Plant Part Used
In Vanuatu Islands, the leaves are used in the immediate post-delivery period to enhance the expulsion of placental fragments in the form of a juice extracted from the leaves. As a cleansing processes women were given a decoction of the leaves during the post-delivery period. In Indonesia the leaves are used to treat breast engorgement by applying coconut oil impregnated with juice of N. scutellarium leaves and tumeric over the lesion.
In the Philippines the heated leaves of Platito is applied over the suprapubic region to induce urination. The roots and leaves together with diuretic in a decoction is considered a diuretic.
The leaves are used for dressing ulcers and also wounds.
Promotion of Hair Growth
In Indonesia, the scalp is genlty massaged with coconut oil impregnated with juice of the leaves of N. scutellarium to help promote the growth of hair.
Hair growth activity
Sholikhah  studied the effects of extracts of N. scutellarium on the growth of hair in rats. The results showed that the extracts did hasten the growth of hair in male rats. The extract contianing tea leaves and N. scutellarium leaves in the proportion of 2:1 appears to be the most effective combination.
Wound healing activityIt has been noted that the leaves of N. scutellarium had been used traditionally to promote healing of wounds. Divakar et.al  investigated the wound healing activity (epithelization period, wound contraction and paw oedema) of the leaf saponin extract of the plant. It has been established that the leaf saponin extract promotes collagenation in wounds. The extract also showed a concentration-dependent inhibitory effects on lipid peroxidation.
Adverse Effects in Human:
Used in Certain Conditions
Pregnancy / Breastfeeding
Neonates / Adolescents
Chronic Disease Conditions
Interactions with drugs
Interactions with Other Herbs / Herbal Constituents