Lajvanti is commonly known as the “Touch-me-not” plant. It is generally regarded as a plant of high ornamental value and is also used for various medicinal purposes.
Lajvanti helps in managing blood sugar levels by increasing insulin secretion due to its antioxidant properties. It is useful for urinary problems as it increases urine production due to its diuretic property. Lajvanti might also help in managing epilepsy as it has anticonvulsant property.
You can use Lajvanti paste for quicker wound healing due to its antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. It also helps in reducing pain and swelling related to wounds due to its anti-inflammatory property.
According to Ayurveda, Lajvanti might help in managing piles due to its Sita (cool) and Kashaya (astringent) properties. Applying a paste of Lajvanti on the forehead might help relieve migraine pain due to its Vata balancing property.
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