Kurand Ghas Powder is a mat-forming, prostrate, woody perennial with numerous branches. Most flower cymes have two flowers, and flower cluster and stalk sizes are small. Flowers are yellow, 6 to 8 mm across, and have a 1-mm-long flower stalk. The sepals are pointy, spreading, linear-oblong, and yellowish-green in colour. The petals of the Kurand Ghas Powder are blunt and obovate, like a spoon. 8–10 stamens with upright, roughly 4 mm long filaments. Diffusely branching stems grow from woody rootstock. Young branches have thin hair, whereas older ones have no hair.

Ghas Kurand Powder The leaves are three-ribbed, elliptic to broadly elliptic, 4–18 mm long, 2–9 mm wide, hairless save from a few sparse hairy costae, plicate in bud, round tooth–saw–tooth, and blunt at the base. The 1.5–2.5 cm long, thread-like leaf stalks have linear–curve stipules that are about 2 mm long. Oblong-cylindric, straight or curved, hairless capsules measure 7 to 22 mm in length, have a beak that is 1.5 to 2 mm long, and have four transversely septate locules. North and tropical Africa, the Cape Verde Islands, Central and North West India, and Pakistan are all home to dry Kurand Ghas. blooming: from February to November.

Traditional uses for Kurand Ghas Powder include treating gonorrhoea, treating pain, fever, and sexual dysfunction. Many pharmacognostical standards for C. depressus have been established in the current work. Plant samples were collected, and morphological, physical-chemical, and phytochemical analyses, including HPTLC of the plant's leaf, root, and stem, were conducted. The C. depressus leaf has anomocytic stomata, crescent-shaped vascular bundles, and unicellular trichomes under a microscope.