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Saturday, April 21, 2018

Bryophyllum Pinnatum PattharChatta kidney stones treatment plant

Bryophyllum Pinnatum PattharChatta
PattharChatta, a unique plant, that I thought was Brahma Kamal with its Serrate edges, the leaves are similar. Very useful herb, and quite famous for its medicinal uses. This PattharChatta plant was what I tried growing years back and it grows in same pattern like Brahma Kamal plant.
The plant can be grown from its leaves and new leaves come out from edges of leaf. Be careful, it grows like wild.Same type of soil, well draining and dry, the PattharChatta plant can be grown easily in containers. The benefits I have heard are immense in kidney problems and diseases. The plant leaves benefit in removal and prevention of kidney stones. The plant leaf is directly consumed with some other ingredients, or it is boiled and the water is consumed by people suffering from kidney stones, burning urine, urinary infections and also prostrate issues.
An interesting plant going viral on Google and You Tube, you will find loads of info about Bryophyllum Pinnatum PattharChatta, also called Paan patti/paan pathri plant.
 Curiosity, and uniqueness, do share your experiences! And if anyone has tried this plant leaf as treatment and prevention of kidney stones and in kidney problems. The medicinal benefits are well know in Ayurveda as my husband , a senior Ayurveda Consultant mentions that most herbal medicines for kidney diseases and stone have this as an ingredient.
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