Mimosa Pudica Seeds (Lajwanti/Chui Mui Beej) لاجونتی

 100 1,050

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Have you ever tried flicking your fingers at an unassuming small herb with pink flowers only to see it curl up immediately? Fondly called ‘Touch Me Not’ or ‘Chui Mui’, Lajvanti, a perennial flowering plant of the Fabaceae pea family is termed one of the most sensitive plants on the planet.
When touched or shaken, its pygmy-sized leaves rapidly fold inward and re-open a few minutes later, probably trying to defend themselves against any harm. Also called Sensitive plant, Sleepy plant, or Shame plant, Lajvanti goes by the scientific name Mimosa Pudica is native to Central and South America and wild throughout the world. While we wait for it to reopen wondering the reason for this activity, the herb not only responds to seismic movements; it also closes upon being heated.


Here are some potential uses and benefits associated with Mimosa pudica:

Traditional Medicine:

In traditional medicine systems, Mimosa pudica has been used to treat various ailments. In Ayurveda, for example, it is believed to have properties that can help with conditions such as inflammation, wounds, and skin diseases.
Anti-Inflammatory Properties:

Some studies suggest that Mimosa pudica may have anti-inflammatory properties. This could be attributed to the presence of certain compounds in the plant.
Antimicrobial Activity:

Research indicates that Mimosa pudica extracts may exhibit antimicrobial activity against certain bacteria and fungi. This suggests a potential role in combating infections.
Antioxidant Effects:

The plant is reported to contain antioxidants that can help neutralize free radicals in the body. Antioxidants play a role in protecting cells from oxidative stress and may contribute to overall health.
Wound Healing:

Mimosa pudica has been traditionally used topically for wound healing. Some studies suggest that its extracts may promote the healing process and reduce inflammation.
Gastrointestinal Support:

In traditional medicine, Mimosa pudica has been used to address gastrointestinal issues. It is believed to have properties that could help soothe the digestive system.
Anti-parasitic Properties:

There is some research suggesting that Mimosa pudica may have potential anti-parasitic effects. It has been studied for its use against certain parasitic infections.
Neuroprotective Effects:

Preliminary studies indicate that Mimosa pudica may have neuroprotective properties. This could be relevant in the context of neurological health.

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