The Euphorbiaceae family consists of 300 genera and approximately 7,500 species of plants. They come from the subtropical regions of Africa, Madagascar and America. This numerous family includes herbaceous plants, semi-shrubs, shrubs and trees. The flowers are unisexual, regular with a double, simple or underdeveloped perianth. The stamens are from 1 to around300 in number. The fruit-vessel consists of 3 joined carpels with 3 bipartite tiny poles at the top. The fruit decomposes itself in 3 parts. They contain milkyjuice that is quite varied in composition – resins, rubber, proteins, sugars, starchy seeds with a particular form etc.