Botanical Name : Coldenia Procumbens
English Name : Coldenia Procumbens
Tamil Name : செருப்படை / Seruppadai, Siru seruppadai
Hindi Name : त्रिपुन्ग्की , त्रिपुन्ग्की , त्रिपुन्खी / Tripungkee, Tripungki, Tripunkhi
Malayalam Name : നിലംപരണ്ട , ചെറുപുള്ളാടി / Nilamparanda, Cherupulladi
Telugu Name : బుక్కినకు , చెప్పు తట్టకు , చెప్పుతట్టకు , హంబడి , హంస పడు , హంసపాది , హంసపాదు / bukkinaku, cheppu tattaku, chepputattaku, hamapadi, hamsa padu
The Serupadai is a multi-branched herb that grows up to 40 cm long, the leaves are alternately arranged. The leaves are numerous, obovate, oblong that grow up to 2.5 cm long. It is finely covered with thick hairs that arise from the veins above, and with dense long glandular hairs below.
The fruit looks depressed ovoid, 4-5 mm in diameter, 4-lobed, and beaked with irregular protuberances. The margins are almost lobed and its flowers are solitary, small, white, mostly hidden among the leaves.
- The leaves are the best medicine for the treatment of tumors.
- Make use of dried leaf powder for preventing sneezing.
- A decoction of these plants is used for the treatment of tendonitis.
- The leaf juice can be taken orally to prevent white discharge in women.
- The paste of Siru Seruppadai can be applied to the affected area to prevent wounds.
How to Use Serupadai
Drink a healthy mix of Serupadi mix in the morning and enjoy your day. Mix 5 gms of powder in 100 ml water, and heat the content for a few minutes. As soon as the water gets warm, filter the content, and drink it before food. Repeat the same for the Evening after dinner.
Apply the paste of serupadai powder over the infected area.
There are no side effects in using this product, and you can consider medical advice for the usage of this product during pregnancy.
Harvesting & Manufacturing Methods
All herbs are 100% naturally harvested, dried, and pulverized without the chemical interactions that assure the natural herbal powders.