The toad is an annual herb that never exceeds 40 cm in height. Ordinary roots form small bunches. Such an interesting plant has a simple branched stem with small alternate leaves. Shiny, rounded leaves are slightly pubescent and have a linear-lanceolate shape. Small flower baskets are collected in charming paniculate inflorescences. In the baskets, the marginal flowers are filiform, and the middle flowers are tubular.
Small toad seeds contain sterols, carbohydrates, saponins, tannins, traces of alkaloids, flavonoids, and fatty oil. The toad is considered a tonic. It is often prescribed for general weakness and spermatorrhea. Toad grass has a unique diuretic effect. Such a plant is indicated for ailments of the bladder and kidney disease.Since the toad contains carotene and various vitamins, it is often used for skin diseases, hemorrhoids, bleeding, and also for the treatment of joints. It should also be noted that the toad noticeably improves metabolism and increases metabolism in the human body. The fruits of the flowers of this amazing plant contain special calcium salts of arabic acid, which strengthen joints and also prevent the accumulation of unnecessary salts.
This plant is useful.