In our country, 13 species of Scorzonera litwinowii grows. The plant is also called burcha, garlanch. The plant blooms in April-May, and the fruits ripen at the end of May. The flower of Scorzonera litwinowii is pale yellow, and as soon as the wind blows over it, it smells very pleasant. This flavor is similar to vanilla sprinkled with sugar. A liquid comes out of Scorzonera litwinowii, like milk. After a while, the liquid turns into a state of glue. This can be explained by the fact that the plant contains a large amount of rubber. Scorzonera litwinowii is found on the slopes of mountains and hills. The upper part of Scorzonera litwinowii grows, blooms and bears fruit in spring. Dries in early summer. The underground stem is preserved – a tuber that has undergone a change in the shape of the plant under the soil. The tuber accumulates substances necessary for the vital needs of the plant. As a result, in a new spring, the plant reappears in the soil and continues to live. The tuber is used for medicinal purposes. It must be collected with a shovel. Store medicinal raw materials in glass containers. The tuber contains juice, glycosides, aldehydes. The presence of iron, potassium and phosphorus salts has also been reported. Gum from the tuber of Scorzonera litwinowii was widely chewed by Turkmens in mountain villages. After all, it is known that this chewing gum has a good effect on the teeth and cleans them. A healing substance made from its tuber is also used as a dietary supplement. Pour two peeled tubers of Scorzonera litwinowii with a glass of water, boil over low heat for 10-15 minutes, strain through gauze and drink the finished healing substance 3 times a day.