Fallopia Multiflora – A Plant with beets resembling human body!.


Fallopia Multiflora is a plant belongs to the family of Polygonaceae (flowering plant) type.

When seeing this plant from outside, it would be quite similar to other usual plants with leaves, flowers and roots.

The unique surprising information of this plant is, the beets of the Plant Fallopia Multiflora resemble human body shapes.

The beet has two eyes, nose, mouth, two hands and two legs as like human body.

Additional information is, there are both male and female beets, resembling male human body and female body.

The herb contains alkaloid which is healthier to human body that cures nerve cell damages, rejuvenates brain cells and endocrine glands.

The herb has multiple medicinal values,

  • Cardio-vascular benefits (Prevents heart disease by blocking the formation of plaques in blood vessels).
  • Reduces fat deposited in liver, protects liver from damaging toxins.
  • The herb has strong immune function, antibacterial action and red blood cell formation.
  • Also the herb is used as anti-aging tonic.

A famous Chinese herbalist Chung Yun, who was known to be lived for 256 years, used Fo Ti (Fallopia Multiflora root/beet) on a daily basis and this is present in one of the World News Articles.

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