Psoralea, or babchi, has long been valued for its medicinal qualities. It's used as a natural remedy for several ailments, including certain skin disorders and infections, and as a tonic to increase energy. While native to parts of Asia and Africa, it can be grown almost anywhere with a warm growing season.
Soak the seeds in a bowl of warm water for 24 hours to soften the hard outer shell. This will increase the germination rate of the seeds.
Fill small pots with potting soil. Use one pot for each plant you intend to grow. Add water to the pots until the soil is thoroughly moist.
Drop three seeds in the center of each pot. Press them ¼ inch deep into the soil. Fill in the holes lightly with more soil.
Keep the pots in a sunny window, preferably one that faces south as they generally get more sun than other windows.
Water the soil daily to ensure it stays moist. Babchi plants do not tolerate dry conditions.