Form: Dried Raw Herb

Purslane seeds (also known as Kulfa seeds): One of those herbs, the Kulfa Seeds, you occasionally find yourself unsure about whether to leave in your garden or not.

Because it generally grows next to plants that you wish to display or consume, it is frequently regarded as unwanted.

Currently, Purslane Seeds is so common in gardens that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated it as a noxious plant.

Kulfa As long as the soil is loose, sandy, and nutrient-rich, seeds can grow up to 30 centimetres (11 to 12 inches) tall practically everywhere.

It can be discovered in orchards, fields, roadways, or gardens.

The plant features a stem that is green or red, spoon-shaped succulent leaves, and tiny yellow flowers.

The buds often open between mid-morning and early-afternoon on hot, bright days.

The Portulacaceae family includes the 10–40 cm tall annual succulent known as Kulfa Seeds.

Both horizontal and vertical growth is possible for the stems. The opposing or alternating arrangements of the egg-shaped, dark green leaves.

The Kulfa Seeds plant blooms from July to September, but the little yellow flowers fade quickly.

The fruit is an oval capsule with a size between 4 and 9 mm that is filled with countless tiny, glossy black seeds.

What is the advantages of Kulfa Seeds?

Kulfa includes a wide range of vitamins and minerals to live up to its moniker as a "super food."

It possesses qualities that include antibacterial, anti-scorbutic (which fights scurvy), depurative (cleansing and detoxifying), diuretic (which increases the amount of fluids the body excretes), and febrifuge (which lowers fever).

Kulfa Seeds are a highly nutritive plant that also has a lot of proteins, carbohydrates, and mucilage. It also has a lot of omega-3 fatty acids.

It is a good source of minerals, nicotinamide, and the vitamins A, B, and C. ?/(magnesium, potassium, and nitrate).

Additionally, the plant has two red-violet betacyanins (oleracin I and II), caffeic, ferulic, and synaptic acids, calcium oxalate and oxalic acid, potassium salts, and iron saccharate.

L-dopa, dopamine, and L-norepinephrine are also present.

Beta carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin E are abundant in purslane seeds, which are also rich in beneficial omega-3 fatty acids, which support a healthy immune system.

Additionally, these compounds aid in bringing down high blood fat levels, which lowers the danger of blood clots and heart attacks.

It's particularly significant in this regard that Purslane Seeds have a high magnesium content.

What are the purslane's health advantages?

Its importance in herbal medicine stems from its uses as a purgative, heart tonic, emollient, muscle relaxant, anti-inflammatory, and diuretic medication.

Psoriasis and osteoporosis have both been treated with purslane.

How should purslane be consumed?

The greatest raw foods are young leaves and young stalks.

The leaves and stems have a luscious texture, and the flavour is occasionally sour and occasionally salty.

Older stalks can still hold their shape and main