Mimosa Pudica

BioPure Mimosa
Powdered extract of the “touch-me-not” plant supports several natural processes


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BioPure Mimosa Pudica is derived a small shrub or creeping plant that is a member of the nitrogen-fixing Fabaceae family. The plant has small pink globe-shaped flowers and pinnately compound leaves. It is native to Brazil, but has become widespread throughout tropical regions and is considered an invasive weed in some areas.

Mimosa pudica is best known as the “Sensitive” or “Touch-me-not” plant, for the curious characteristic of responding to touch by folding its leaves inward and drooping its stem downward. The leaves will also droop at night and when exposed to rain or excessive heat. BioPure Mimosa Pudica is a pure powder that is entirely Mimosa pudica herb with no binders or fillers.


Mimosa pudica has been used in traditional medicine to treat a wide variety of issues from gastrointestinal problems to gynecological and urinary complaints, toothaches and fatigue. Mimosa pudica could be useful as an active ingredient in natural, environmentally friendly insecticides. Aqueous solutions have shown an inhibitory effect on development of the larvae of intestinal roundworms.





Ayissi Mbomo R, Gartside S, Ngo Bum E, Njikam N, Okello E, McQuade R. Effect of Mimosa pudica (Linn.) extract on anxiety behaviour and GABAergic regulation of 5-HT neuronal activity in the mouse. J Psychopharmacol. 2011 Mar 22.

Chinnaperumal Kamaraj, Rahuman Abdul Abdul, Anita Mahapatra, Asokan Bagavan, Gandhi Elango Insecticidal and larvicidal activities of medicinal plant extracts against mosquitoes. Parasitol Res. 2010 Nov107 (6):1337-49.

Robinson RD, Williams LA, Lindo JF, Terry SI, Mansingh A. Inactivation of strongyloides stercoralis filariform larvae in vitro by six Jamaican plant extracts and three commercial anthelmintics. West Indian Med J. 1990 Dec:39(4):213-7.

Prasad GC, Khanna RP, Prakash V, & Udupa KN. Effect of Lajjawanti (Mimosa pudica) on Regeneration of Nerve,  Jur. Res. Ind. Med.10: 4, 1975 pp.37-44.