Mock strawberry (Duchesnea indica), also known as false strawberry, snake berry, and Indian berry, is native to eastern and southern Asia.
It is a flowering plant in the family Rosaceae. The plant is often confused with wild strawberry. They have similar leaves and fruits, but mock strawberry produces yellow flowers while wild strawberries have white flowers.
The fruits and leaves of mock strawberry are edible, but may not taste as delicious as true strawberries. However, the plant is used extensively as a medicinal herb, since it contains protein, iron, vitamin C and other healthy elements.
People can crush the fresh leaves of the plant and apply externally. It can help treat weeping eczema, burns boils, etc. It's also used in the treatment of snake bites.
Moreover, you can add its fruits and leaves in salads for additional health benefits.