There are 15 species in the world, 2 species of this medicinal weed in Turkmenistan. The plant loves to grow in gorges, damp places, under ferns. It blooms and breeds in June-July. Propagated by seed. It is included in the list of rare plants of our country. It is protected in the state reserves of Syunt-hasardag and Kopetdag. The raw material for medicinal purposes is the leaf, fruit and root of the fungus. They must be collected in the usual way and dried in the open air. The root of the plant contains 10.05% triterpenoids, iridoids, 0.24% alkaloids, the grass contains 8.5% triterpenoids, 0.4% alkaloids, flavonoids, the fruit contains iridoids and the seed contains 19.45% fat. In folk medicine, the root of the plant is used for tuberculosis and syphilis. In Turkmen folk medicine, cream, ointment and paste prepared from the foliage and fruit of the plant are used as an anesthetic for snake bites, corns, and hemorrhoids. The ointment and tincture of the herb of the plant is used for colds, kidney diseases to regulate the respiratory organs, the cardiovascular system and blood circulation. Healing ointment is used in folk medicine for fever, malignant tumors of the stomach and ulcers. A tincture from the fruit is used for rheumatism. One tablespoon of a well-ground leaf should be mixed with one glass of water and boiled for 10 minutes. Strain the resulting mixture through cheesecloth and drink 1 tablespoon 3 times a day.