Lajwanti is found more in places with moisture. Its botanical name is Mimosa pudica. On touching their leaves, they shrink and stick together. Lajwanti plant is a special plant. Its pink flowers look very beautiful and the leaves wither as soon as they touch it, hence it is also called Mimosa. This plant is used in tribal areas as herbal remedies for the prevention of many diseases
# Cough: Make a garland of pieces of its root in Lajwanti and wear it around the neck. Apart from this, grinding its root and mixing it with honey, licking it cures cough.
Loosening of breasts: By grinding equal quantity of the roots of Mimosa and Ashwagandha and massaging the paste lightly on the loose breasts, then the looseness of the breasts is removed.
Bloody diarrhoea: Feeding the powder (3 grams) of the root of the mimosa with curd to a patient suffering from bloody diarrhea ends diarrhea quickly.
Skin infection: Mimosa leaves and roots have antimicrobial, antiviral and antifungal properties. Apply the juice of its leaves 3 to 4 times a day in case of skin infection.
Tonsils: Grinding its leaves and applying it on the throat provides relief in the problem soon. Doing this twice a day gives instant relief.
Impotence: Mix three to four cardamom, 2 grams of mimosas root bark (3 grams) and crush it and mix it in a glass of milk and drink it every night before going to bed, it is helpful in removing impotence. is.
Excessive urination: Grinding Lajwanti leaves in water and applying it on the lower part of the navel stops excessive urination.