Patharchatta, also known as Stonecrop or Bryophyllum pinnatum, is an evergreen plant and Ayurvedic herb widely recognized for its medicinal properties. It is native to Madagascar but is now found in various tropical regions worldwide. Patharchatta is characterized by its medium-sized, succulent leaves that are slightly thicker than normal. The plant is known for its anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and healing properties. It is used in traditional medicine to alleviate various health issues, including joint pain, stomach stones, high blood pressure, and vaginal infections. The leaves of Patharchatta are consumed in different forms, such as juice, paste, or decoction, to reap its health benefits.