Labisia pumila (kacip Fatimah) is a flowering plant in the Primulaceae family native to Malaysia. It is a small, woody and leafy plant with leaves of 20 cm (7.9 in) in length, and grows widely in the shade of the tropical forest floor. The plant is used in traditional medicine of the Malay community, in which it’s believed to contain benefits relating to women’s health. The traditional uses of the plant include easing of childbirth, as a post-partum medication to contract the birth channel, regulation of the menstrual cycle, and alleviation of menstrual symptoms. Scientific research on this small, woody and leafy plant has shown that it also helps in toning and firming both abdominal and vaginal muscles for women.