In the spring, the plants are collected from fields, boiled in water and the decoction is used against constipation. Commonly it is used as a vegetable (shakh), which works the same as the decoction, only with a slower effect.
|Local Name||Polini Joshu / Mishk|
|Botanical Name||Convolvulus arvensis|
|Part used||Whole plant|
|Locally used for||Qabzi (constipation) and as a vegetable.|