Purslane Edible - Nplais Taub Hmong Medicinal Herbs Starter Plant - 2.5" pot
Purslane Edible - Nplais Taub is one of a Hmong medicinal herb often used when feeling fatigue during early stages of pregnancy. It can also be used in boiled chicken soup to eat when sick, under the weather to helps balance your body. These herbs have been used to treat health problems for many years and often known as Chinese herbs. Purslane is a green, leafy vegetable that can be eaten raw or cooked. It is known scientifically as Portulaca oleracea, and is also called pigweed, little hogweed, fatweed and pusley. It has red stems and small, green leaves. It has a slightly sour or salty taste, similar to spinach and watercress.