Mimosa pudica, commonly known as the "Sensitive Plant" or "Touch-Me-Not," is a unique and fascinating plant belonging to the Fabaceae family. Native to South and Central America, as well as parts of Asia, this herbaceous perennial has gained popularity worldwide as a curiosity and educational plant. The most striking feature of Mimosa pudica is its ability to respond to touch and environmental stimuli, which triggers rapid leaf folding as a defense mechanism against potential threats. When touched, the compound leaves of Mimosa pudica fold inward and droop, as if the plant is "shy" or recoiling. This captivating behavior has captivated the attention of plant enthusiasts and scientists alike. Apart from its intriguing movements, Mimosa pudica has also been used in traditional medicine for its potential health benefits. It is believed to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic properties, making it valuable in traditional remedies for various ailments. Additionally, the plant's extracts have shown potential in modern research for their antioxidant and neuroprotective effects.