Bermuda Grass is a grass native to north Africa, Asia and Australia and southern Europe. The name “Bermuda Grass” derives from its abundance as an invasive species on Bermuda; it does not occur naturally there. The blades are a grey-green colour and are short, usually 4-15 cm long with rough edges. The erect stems can grow 1-30 cm, rarely to 3 ft, tall. The stems are slightly flattened, often tinged purple in color. The seed heads are produced in a cluster of 3–7 spikes (rarely two) together at the top of the stem, each spike 3–6 cm long. It has a deep root system. In drought situations with penetrable soil, the root system can grow to over 2 m deep, though most of the root mass is less than 60 cm under the surface. The grass creeps along the ground and root wherever a node touches the ground, forming a dense mat. Bermuda Grass reproduces through seeds, through runners and rhizomes.
Good for detoxification of all toxins, helps to reduce heat in anal region, burning and painful Micturition, greying of hair. Helps strengthen body and nervous system.
|Botanical Name||Common Name||Hindi||Malayalam|
|Cynodon Dactylon||Bermuda Grass||दूब / Doob||அருகம்புல்லு / Arugampullu|