Mountain Knot Grass Powder / Siru Peelai Powder / Pindi Kura / Bili Suli Gida / Gorakh Ganja / Cherupula / Gorakshaganja
Hindi - Kapuri jadi Tamil - Sirupeelai Powder Telugu - Pindi-kura, Pindi-chettu Kannada - Bilesuli Malayalam - Cherula Sanskrit - Astmabayda
Common English Names - Mountain Knot Grass Powder Botanical Name - Aerva Lanata
This package has 100% pure and organic Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) Powder with out any chemicals or preservatives.
Weight : 50 grams
About Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai):
Aerva lanata Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) is a woody, prostrate or succulent, perennial herb in the family Amaranthaceae of the genus Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai), native to Asia, Africa. Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) has been included as occurring in Australia by the US government,but it is not recognised as occurring in Australia by any Australian state herbarium.The plant sometimes flowers in the first year. A. lanata is a common weed which grows wild everywhere in the plains of India. The root has a camphor-like aroma. The dried flowers which look like soft spikes, are sold under the commercial names Buikallan and Boor. It is one of the plants included in Dasapushpam, the ten sacred flowers of Kerala. Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) is an annual with a branching, somewhat woody root system. The stems are mostly straggling and sprawling and spread widely, sometimes as much as 6 feet (1.8 m) in length. The often stalkless leaves are alternate, oval and 0.5 to 1.5 in (13 to 38 mm) long. They grow from whitish papery stipules with two lobes and red bases. The tiny clusters of two or three flowers grow in the leaf axils. The flowers are about 0.1 in (2.5 mm) long, pink, green or dull white. The flowers are normally self-pollinated. Flowering time is from May to October. Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) is a perennial herb, occasionally woody below, prostrate to erect, 0.3-2 m, branched from the base and often also from above. Stem and branches are densely woolly with whitish or yellowish, shaggy hairs. Alternately arrange leaves are nearly circular to lanceshaped-elliptic, wedge-shaped at the base, rounded to sharp at the tip. Leaves are usually densely woolly on the lower surface and more thinly so above. Leaves on the main stem are 1-5 cm long, 0.5-3.5 cm wide, those of the branches and upper part of the stem are smaller. Leaf stalks are up to 2 cm. Flower spikes are stalkless, solitary or usually in clusters in leaf axils, 0.4-1.5 cm long, 3-4 mm wide, divergent, cylindrical, silky white to creamy, forming a long inflorescence leafy to the ultimate spikes.
Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) is native to tropical Africa, South Africa, Madagascar, Saudi Arabia and tropical Asia. The species prefers damper sites thanMountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) and can be found in open forests on mountain slopes, on waste and disturbed ground, deserted cultivation and coastal scrub and at altitudes from sea level to 900 m (3,000 ft).It is a common weed in arable fields and bare patches of ground. This plant is used for food for people and animals. The whole plant, especially the leaves, is edible. The leaves are put into soup or eaten as a spinach or as a vegetable. The plant provides grazing for stock, game and chickens. The plant is used as a traditional medicine for snakebites. The plant is also used as a talisman against evil spirits, a good-luck talisman for hunters, and a talisman for the well-being of widows. In the traditional medicine of India, the juice of crushed Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) root is used for jaundice therapy. This herb is described as one of the best known remedies for bladder and kidney stones. Ayurvedic practitioners recommend a decoction of the plant to be taken internally for a few days to dissolves the stone and to clear the urinary path. Roots used in headache and also as demulcent. Decoction of the root is given as tonic to pregnant women. Also used for the treatment of gonorrhea and kidney disorders, cutaneous affections and sugar in urine. This herb is described as "one of the best known remedies for bladder and kidney stones." Ayurvedic practitioners recommend a decoction of the plant to be taken internally for a few days to dissolves the stone and to clear the urinary path.
Amazing Health Benefits of Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) Powder :
- Cure Urinary and Kidney:
Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) Powder is a good herbal cure for stones in Urinary Bladder and kidney. Sirupeelai Powder (Mountain Knot Grass Powder) helps in dissolving the stone and clearing obstructions from the Urinary Tract.
- Cure Headaches:
Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) Powder is also effectual in combating Headaches.
- Maintaining Body Temperatur:
Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) Powder is a good herbal cure for maintaining body temperature.
- Relief Pain:
Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) Powder is effective for neck and back pain, fever, urine problems and also regulates body metabolism.
- Inlammation of the liver:
Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) Powder is considered to be effective for hepatitis and inflammation of the liver.
- Acts as a Antioxidant
Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) Powder is stem acts as an antioxidant which helps in balancing the free radicals.
- Treatment for Injuries on the skin:
Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) Powder is anthelmintic which helps in destroying parasitic worms and reducing sores and injuries on the skin.
How to use Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) Powder:
For General use:
Mix 5 Grams of Mountain Knot Grass (Sirupeelai) Powder can be mixed with hot water and drink it twice a day.
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