What is Convolvulus prostratus?
Convolvulus prostratus is a creeping vine found in warm climates, and is native to Southeast Asia. It is also known as ‘trailing croton’, ‘ground morning glory’ and ‘pale morning glory’. It has bright yellow flowers and its leaves are rough and hairy.
Where is Convolvulus prostratus generally used?
Convolvulus prostratus is widely used in Ayurvedic medicine, for its medicinal properties. It is believed to promote energy, balance the digestive system, aid in weight management, and stimulate the mind.
Where is Convolvulus prostratus found?
Convolvulus prostratus is found in tropical and subtropical climates including India, Thailand, and Southeast Asia. It is also cultivated in the United States and Europe.
What are the health benefits of Convolvulus prostratus?
Convolvulus prostratus is believed to have many health benefits, including:
- Improving cognitive performance, memory, and concentration
- Reducing stress and anxiety levels
- Boosting immunity
- Enhancing metabolism
- Improving digestion
- Relieving headache and migraines
Interesting Facts about Convolvulus prostratus
- Convolvulus prostratus is an evergreen, vine like plant which can grow up to 3 feet in length.
- The flowers of Convolvulus prostratus are very fragrant and are used to make tea.
- Convolvulus prostratus is believed to have sleep-inducing and calming effects.
List of other similar ingredients
- Bacopa Monnieri
- Withania Somnifera
- Centella Asiatica
- Gotu Kola