Pueraria mirifica is a growing pea plant in Asia, which is a genus of tufts, which has been used as a herb.
Pueraria mirifica is a large-sized climbing plant. It has three-leafed, shiny leaves, purple flowers, hairy bunches of fruit and hips, brown on the top, white roots inside. It grows in the rainforest of Thailand.
The dried white powder from the plant's roots has traditionally been used as part of Thai folk medicine rejuvenating diet for both men and women.
Pueraria mirifica has been scientifically studied especially in Thailand, where it has been shown to reduce menopausal disorders such as hot flashes, sleep disorders, dry skin, high blood cholesterol and amenorrhea.