Hygrophila auriculata is a herbaceous, medicinal plant in the acanthus family that grows in marshy places and is native to tropical Asia and Africa. In India it is commonly known as kokilaksha or gokulakanta, in Sri Lanka as neeramulli. In Kerala it is called vayalchulli. In Tamil it is called Neermulli
Marsh is used for muscle and joint pain (rheumatism), whooping cough, bronchitis, cold, cough, and chest and lung ailments. It is also used to stimulate milk flow, cause sweating, increase urine flow to relieve water retention, and loosen phlegm.
Botanical Name : Hygrophila Auriculata
English Name : Gokulakanta
Tamil Name : நீர்முள்ளி விதை / Neermulli Seed
Hindi Name : झिण्टी / Jhinti
Malayalam Name: കരിങ്കുറഞ്ഞി / karimkurunni
Telugu Name : గొబ్బి / Gobbi