The primary interest in Mimosa pudica lies in its apparent antiparasitic and antimicrobial properties. It could be useful as an active ingredient in natural, environmentally friendly insecticides that could help prevent diseases like encephalitis. It has shown an inhibitory effect on development of the larvae of intestinal roundworms. Pharmaceutical research is showing that Mimosa pudica can facilitate the uptake of nanoparticles of certain substances, and aid in the delivery of drugs to cells. This may be particularly useful in the global fight against malaria.
Immune, Neurological, Gastrointestinal, Urological, Skin Health Support
Suggested Serving: One quarter of a teaspoon leveled (600mg) mixed with your preferred drink, water or yogurt (soy or dairy) twice a day or as recommended by your practitioner