Our Centella asiatica 'Lucky Leaves' is not demanding in maintenance. Give the plant 1 or 2 times a week a splash of water so that it does not dry out.
If after some time there is a part that becomes too large, it can be cut to just above the ground and the plant will then automatically run out again.
The Centella has been used in Indian medicine for more than 3,000 years for its medicinal properties. It may well be considered the most medicinal plant in Southeast Asia. The diversity of disorders for which the plant is used is enormous.
The extracts of the plant are now also developed in modern homeopathy in such a way that it is frequently used for many different inconveniences. Soothing the skin and reducing scars is what the extracts are most commonly used for. However, we advise you not to consume this plant, as it has not been proven that eating the Centella has the same effect. The plant can also cause side effects if it is not consumed in the right way.