Tuesday, 8 May 2012

CHINESE KNOTWEED ROOTS SHAPED LIKE HUMANS

In the above picture, Chinese farmer Zheng Dexun dug up a crop of fleeceflower, or Chinese knotweed, and found one shaped like a person, in Langzhong. The eerie-looking plant, measuring 62 centimetres tall, has clearly defined arms, legs, and head. Actually, normal fleeceflower roots do not take on the human shape.  To read more, click this LINK.
Below you will find more pictures of the roots of this plant taking on human shapes.



The "Chinese Knotweed" (Fallopia multiflora, syn Polygonum multiflorum Thunb) or He Shou Wu  何首烏  above is shaped like a human being, which is rare. The root of this herbal plant is said to help rejuvenate the body, balance the yin and yang of the body, detox the body, increase fertility, treat premature graying and weak bones.
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2 comments:

gorgeouswyne.com said...

OMG! It is indeed eerie.

Andrey T said...

Where can i get a live root? rekardo.91@mail.ru