Behman White Root- Safed

Scientific Name : behen- Asteraceae (Compositae)
500 grams
1 KG


"Behman White" or "Safed Behman" likely refers to the medicinal herb Centaurea behen. This plant is also known by various other names, and "white" or "safed" in the common name often denotes the color of the flowers or other parts of the plant. Here are some details about "Behman White" or "Safed Behman":

Botanical Information:

Scientific Name: Centaurea behen

Family: Asteraceae (Compositae)

Common Names:

"Behman White" and "Safed Behman" are common names used in Persian and Urdu, respectively.

In English, it is often referred to as "White Behman."


The plant typically has an upright stem and lance-shaped leaves.

The flowers are usually white, which explains the "White" or "Safed" in its common names.

Medicinal Uses:

Various parts of the White Behman plant are used in traditional medicine for their potential medicinal properties.

It is believed to have diuretic, anti-inflammatory, and antipyretic (fever-reducing) properties.

Culinary Uses:

In some regions, the leaves of Centaurea behen may be consumed as a vegetable or used in salads.

Other Names:

The plant may have additional names in different languages and regions.