Lajwanti Seeds 50g
The plant of Lajwanti is like a nutritious plant. The botanical name of Lajwanti is Neptunia oleracea and Mimosa pudica. The word Lajwanti is called Mimosa Pudika in English, originating from Latin. It is also called mimosa, sleeping plant, sensitive plant, it is such a plant, If a person touches it, it closes itself by shrinking, then it opens automatically after a while. It looks full of red colour. It grows throughout the year and is a Fabaceae form of the pea species. It is used for Jadi Butti. It is mostly found in empty places under trees and shrubs as well, it is found more in shady places. The roots, leaves, and seeds of Lajwanti are used to avoid many diseases.
- If suffering from diarrhea, it can be beneficial if consumed. For this, if the powder of Lajwanti root is eaten with curd, it benefits the person suffering from diarrhea.
- This medicine is given to a person suffering from diabetes. It is used as a medicine in many parts of India. If a person suffering from diabetes consumes the juice of its leaves, they will get the benefit.
- If someone has a sore throat or they have a cough, then grinding the leaf of Lajwanti on the throat, giving relief to the sore throat. Along with this, grinding its root and mixing it with honey, eating it is beneficial. Making a decoction of its leaves also provides relief.
- Lajwanti is also used if there is a burning sensation in the urine. For this, if its leaves are ground well and applied on the lower part of the abdomen, ie, the excess of burning sensation in the urine can be reduced.
- Even if someone has indigestion, by giving 30 ml juice of its leaves to the patient, it acts as a natural antacid and helps in reducing the disease.
- If someone has a stone disease, drinking Lajwanti’s decoction gives relief, Lajwanti roots are used to make the decoction. If this decoction is given to the patient thrice a day, it will break the stones present in the body and drive it out through the urinary tract.