Chilanthi Pachila (Trichopus)

Original price was: ₹450.00.Current price is: ₹285.00.

Genus                                   :              Trichopus

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Trichopus zeylanicus, also known as “Mangrove Ginseng,” is a small, herbaceous plant native to the tropical regions of Southeast Asia and Sri Lanka. It is a member of the family Gentianaceae and is known for its medicinal properties.

The plant has small, glossy leaves that are arranged in opposite pairs along the stem. It produces small, greenish-white flowers that are followed by small, red fruits. The plant typically grows to be around 30-50 cm tall.

Trichopus is known for its adaptogenic properties, which means it helps the body adapt to physical and emotional stress. It is also believed to have anti-inflammatory, anti-fatigue, and anti-stress effects, and may be helpful for improving physical endurance and mental clarity.

In traditional medicine, trichopus has been used to treat a variety of conditions, including fatigue, stress, and digestive problems. It is typically consumed as a tea or taken in the form of a supplement.

Trichopus plants are typically grown in shaded, moist environments, and require well-draining soil. They can be propagated through seeds or by stem cuttings.

Overall, Trichopus is a valuable medicinal plant that has been used for centuries to improve physical and mental health. Its adaptogenic and anti-inflammatory properties make it a popular choice for those seeking natural remedies for stress and fatigue.


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