Nut grass is a perennial plant native to Africa, Southern and Central Europe, and Southern Asia. Known to be one of the most invasive plants in the world, nut grass infests over fifty crops worldwide, and this trait has earned it the nickname “the world’s worst weed.”
Nut grass, despite its reputation as a weed, has a long history of medicinal use in both traditional Chinese medicine and the Ayurvedic system of medicine. The tubers of the plant are bitter, but they have a nutritional value as food and have been eaten in famine stricken areas. Additionally, the root is used as a perfume in some countries.
Nut grass is used in Ayurveda to treat nausea, menstrual conditions, and digestive problems, and it is used as a tool for reducing pain and relaxing muscles. It is also used to regulate the liver and treat cervical cancer CURE fibroids & heavy bleeding With nut-grass s well.