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Mimosa Pudica Powder Supplement
Mimosa is the powdered form of the whole plant Mimosa pudica. Supports microbial balance and gastrointestinal health and function.*
Ayurvedic practitioners traditionally use Mimosa pudica to address a wide variety of issues, from gastrointestinal problems to gynecological and urinary complaints, toothaches, and fatigue. It has recently been found to offer targeted gastrointestinal support. When ingested, the polysaccharide-rich mucilage produced by the plant adheres to toxins, debris, and unwanted microbes and shuttles them out of the body via the gastrointestinal tract.*
Serving Size: 1/4 teaspoon Servings Per Container: 140
Ingredients: Mimosa pudica (whole plant).
Other Ingredients: None.
Caution: Do not use when pregnant or nursing unless recommended by your Health Care Practitioner.
Keep out of reach of children.
Free from the Top 8 allergens
Store in a cool, dry and dark place.
Suggested Use: Take ¼ teaspoon up 1 to 3 times per day or as directed by your Health Care Practitioner.
Manufactured Date: May 2023
Q: Where do you source Mimosa pudica?
A: We use Mimosa pudica sourced from the Northern part of India.
Q: It is wild-crafted or farmed?
A: We use wild-crafted Mimosa pudica that is collected from different areas to ensure its sustainability.
Q: Are there any excipients or caking agents in Mimosa?
A: There are no excipients, binders, fillers or caking agents in this product.
Q: How is the Mimosa pudica used in Mimosa dried?
A: It is shade-dried.
Q: How is it manufactured? What is the technique used to powder the herb?
A: We use a hydro-ethanolic extract powder with the help of a pulverizer.
Q: When is the herb harvested?
A: It is harvested from January to March.
Q: What plant part is used in Mimosa?
A: We use the whole plant Mimosa pudica.
Q: What does the 10:1 ratio mean?
A: The 10:1 ratio means that 10g of raw plant material is used to make 1g of extract.
Q: What is the best way to take Mimosa?
A: You can mix the powder in cold or hot filtered water, juice, smoothies, applesauce, or yogurt.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.