Mimosa Pudica Seeds, Lajwanti Beej, Touch Me Not Plant, Chui Mui
Lajwanti botanical name is Neptunia oleracea and the English name is Mimosa Pudica, sensitive plant, humble plant, touch me not plant, shame plant, . Its leaves are arranged symmetrically and close to touch, that’s why it is called touch me not plant.
In Ayurveda, it is a very useful herb to cure many diseases like constipation, joints pains, and physical health. Leaves, roots, and seeds are mainly used of this plant.
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- Mimosa Pudica Seed Dry
This pack contains naturally dried Mimosa Pudica Seed in the whole form, freshly, originally, cleaned, and hygienically packed. The herb comes with 24 months expiry, with a zip, airlocked and reusable packet.
Take 1-2 grams of Mimosa Pudica Seed powder a day with lukewarm water or as recommended or consult by the doctor before use.
Its help to balance kapha, and pitta doshas, they are excellent for treatment of premature ejaculation, effective on impotency, support mental health and mood disorder, urinary tract infection.
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Frequently Asked Question
Q - How do you take Mimosa pudica?
Take ½ tsp of Mimosa Pudica seed powder with lukewarm water or milk in the morning and evening. You can also mix it with milkshakes, and smoothies.
Q - What is Mimosa pudica seed used for?
In Ayurveda it has many health benefits and is used in various diseases, it has antibacterial, antifertility, anticonvulsant, and antidepressant properties.
Q - What is Mimosa pudica good for?
Mimosa pudica is used in Ayurveda for many years, its root, leaves, and seeds are used in the treatment of diseases, roots are used for snake bites, diarrhea, smallpox, fever, seeds are used for premature ejaculation, impotency, mental health and mood disorder, urinary tract infection and leaves are used for hemorrhoids, wounds, fistula.
Q - What are the side effects of Mimosa pudica seed?
All Ayurveda herbs are plant-based, and they don’t have any side effects, but they may react with some allopathy or homeopathy medicine. It is better to consult the doctor if you are on any medications or have unique health issues.
- Some side effects are listed here
- The excessive or incorrect dose may cause anxiety, acidity, heartburn, nausea, and drowsiness.
- Consult the doctor if you are breastfeeding.
- Do not take Psyllium without a doctor’s prescription if you are pregnant.
- Do not take Psyllium if you are suffering from any kind of critical disease.
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- If you are above 65 years old and want to start Psyllium, consult the doctor, and talk about your health conditions.
- If you are on any supplements, vitamins, or herbal medication, consult the doctor before taking Psyllium.
Q - Does Mimosa pudica seed work?
Mimosa Pudica herb is used in Ayurveda for long time, it is used to cure various aliments. It has antibacterial, antifertility, anticonvulsant, and antidepressant properties.