Grass Manggata (Cyperus rotundus .L) or sometimes called Teki, Mota, Koreha wai, Rukut Teki, Rukut Wuta are fake grass (triangular rods) that can live year round with a height of 10 to 75 cm. This plant has been used for health supplements such as the one you can check on http://www.somanindonesia.co.id/produk/khasiat-soman.
These plants usually grow wild in gardens, fields or other places with altitudes of up to 1000 m above sea level. This plant is easily recognizable because the flowers are brownish green, located at the end of the stalk with three shoots of yellow stamens which are clear yellow, forming rounded flowers, clumped into a single umbrella. Its characteristic lies in its large cone-shaped fruit on its base, sometimes curved brown, with a length of 1.5 – 4.5 cm in diameter 5 to 10 mm. The leaves are ribbon-shaped, shiny and consist of 4-10 strands, found at the base of the stem to form rozel roots, with leaf-covered leaves.