Mucuna is a creeping vine that grows all over India, particularly in the tropics, and is also found in tropical regions of Africa and the Caribbean. A member of the Fabaceae family (or legumes), it is characterized by its delicate lavender or purple flowers and fuzz-covered pods, each containing multiple large beans pruriens, also known by its Sanskrit name 'kapikacchu', is a nutritive tonic and adaptogen commonly used to nourish the nervous system, support healthy sexual energy, and strengthen and tone the reproductive organs.
This beautiful plant with its velvety seed pods is also a natural source of levodopa (L-dopa), which is an essential precursor to the neurotransmitter dopamine. Thanks to this attribute, it’s revered for its ability to uplift one’s mood and enhance a sense of emotional well-being.
- Reduce The Absorption Of Excessive Cholesterol
- As An Antioxidant Body
- Prevent Aging Skin
- Avoiding Allergies
- Treating Diarrhea
- Increase Libido (Aphrodisiac)
- Protein Producer And Energy Source
- Heals Minor Wounds
- Relieves Parkinson’s Disease
- Reduce Stress
- Lowering Blood Sugar Levels In The Body
- Keep The Body Immune
- Maintain The Nervous System