Mimosa Pudica Plant
Mimosa pudica, aka sensitive plant, is a tropical plant with nerve regenerative potential. The Mimosa pudica seeds shrub that is grown for its curiosity; the fern-like leaves close up and droop when touched, usually re-opening within minutes.
Mimosa pudica seeds plant is used widely in traditional medicine; in India, it is used to treat glandular swellings, and leaf-sap is applied for sinus disorders; In Senegal, Mimosa leaves are used for lumbago and nephritis. All plant parts are used against glandular tumors and uterine cancer.
Mimosa Pudica Chemical Constituents
Mimosa pudica seeds can be a potentially rich source of natural antioxidants. Mimosa pudica seed Constituents Mimosine (a toxic alkaloid), an adrenaline-like substance, tannin, crocetin dimethyl ester, a mucilage composed of d-xylose and d-glucuronic acid, tubulin, phytohormones-turgorines (derivatives of 4-O-(ß-D- glucopyranosyl-6-sulfate), gallic acid, calcium oxalate crystals, C-glycosylflavones. A root of Mimosa pudica seed contains 10% tannin, ash, calcium oxalate crystals, and mimosine.
Mimosa Pudica Seed Medicinal Uses
The mimosine has potent antiproliferative properties (inhibit cell growth on tumor cells) and apoptosis (programmed cell death) effects. Mimosa pudica seed has been shown to alleviate pain and is also used as an antispasmodic, muscle relaxant, and anti-inflammatory.
Mimosa pudica seed root shows excellent wound healing activity when compared to the standard drug Gentamicin. Histopathological studies have shown that the concurrent administration of carbon tetrachloride with the Mimosa pudica seed displayed the security of the liver tissue.
Other studies have confirmed the hepatoprotective activity of Mimosa pudica seed attribute to an abundance of antioxidants qualities. Uses Mimosa pudica seed is prized to heighten the regeneration of nerves. Mimosa seed is also used for bleeding disorders like menorrhagia, i.e., excessive blood loss during menstruation, and diarrhea with mucus and blood, piles.
Mimosa pudica seed is used as a mild sedative and or anything related to stress and agitation or disturbance. Mimosa pudica seed is highly effective in decreasing the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and muscle pain.
Circadian Rhythms in Electrical Circuits of Mimosa Pudica
Mimosa pudica seed is a nyctinastic plant that closes its leaves in the evening; the pinnules fold together, and the whole leaf droops downward temporarily until sunrise. The leaves open in the morning due to a circadian rhythm, which is regulated by a biological clock with a cycle of about 24 hours.
During photonastic movement in the Mimosa pudica plant, leaves recover their daytime position. During a scotonastic period, the primary pulvini straighten up, and pairs of pinnules fold together about the tertiary pulvini. The closing of pinnae depends upon the presence of phytochrome in the far-red absorbing form.
Isolated pulvinar protoplasts are responsive to light signals in vitro. In the dark period, the closed inward-directed K+ channels of extensor cells are opened within 3 min by blue light. Conversely, the inward-directed K+ channels of flexor cells, which are open in the darkness, are closed by blue light.
In the light period, however, the situation is more complicated. Premature darkness alone is sufficient to close the open channels of extensor protoplasts, but both darkness and a preceding pulse of red light are required to open the closed channels in the flexor protoplasts.
Treat Parasites and Lyme disease with Mimosa Pudica
Mimosa contains a full spectrum of activity against many of the parasites that are associated with Lyme disease or parasites in general; it may also have a substantial effect on Babesia. Babesia is a malaria-like parasite that contaminates red blood cells.
Frequently asked questions:
Does your Mimosa contain seeds?
Yes, we use the entire plant, including the little seeds.
Is this Wild harvested?
Yes, our Mimosa pudica seed is from the South America rain forest.
Is your Mimosa pudica fat-soluble?
The plant itself is not fat-soluble, but the seeds it contains are fat-soluble. We highly recommend the entire plant due to it providing additional benefits to cleanse the colon.
What if I feel nausea or headaches?
It can be caused by; constipation or dehydration. We recommend drinking lots of clean water, i.e., natural spring water, distilled water, or alkaline water.
Can I mix this in my fruit juice or water?
Yes, make sure you blend it well, by using a high powered blender.
Can I make a tea out of the powder?
Absolutely, and you will also benefit from the extraction of other constituents inside of the plant, that is released from brewing.
I didn’t feel a difference, or I didn’t see any parasites or worms?
We recommend continuously consuming until you’ve reached your desired results; everyone’s body chemistry is different. Also, you can increase the dosage and see if that helps.
Can I take Mimosa pudica seed along with other herbs?
Yes. Although we highly recommend the following formulas; Bowel dysfunction, Lymphatic cleanse, and Parasite and Worms Cleanse. By utilizing the above formulas along with Mimosa pudica, will significantly increase the cleansing of the colon.
For joint pain or rheumatoid arthritis
Excessive bleeding during menstruation
Minor cuts and wounds
Parasites and worms
Fights hair loss
Origin: South America
Ingredients: Wild harvested Mimosa pudica seed
Parts Used: Entire plant, Seeds.
Forms: Two ounces of powder or 60 vegetable capsules (550-600 mg).
How to use:
Powder: Take one tsp of dried powder in 8 oz. of favorite juice or smoothie, two times a day.
Capsules: Take 2-4 capsules twice a day with water or a favorite beverage.
The gel caps we use are Vegicaps (vegetable) and are all-natural. No Animal By-Products, Starch Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Preservative Free, Ethylene Oxide, and Sulfite FREE!
Legal Information: The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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