Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

Brahmi – a nervine tonic

BrahmiSuccess needs specific ingredients. Hard work is just one of the components. Sharp memory, intelligence, cool mind and ability to concentrate are some of the specifics that contribute to success. This is more relevant today. Ancient physicians had a clear understanding of this aspect, and they identified a couple of herbs, which helped us to significantly improve memory, intelligence and our ability to concentrate. Brahmi (Centella asiatica), also known as Manduk Parni and Gotukola is one of them.

Both Ayurveda and modern studies support this claim. Brahmi improves circulation, particularly venous circulation.

Healing properties

  • Through out the ages brahmi has been used as herbal brain tonic.
  • The usage of this herb enhances circulation of blood.
  • Brahmi has positive role in reducing swelling of legs, eases symptoms of varicose veins—swollen veins of leg.
  • Sufferers of haemorrhoids—piles may find relief in brahmi.
  • Brahmi might be the herb you are looking for to arrest hair loss.
  • The regular use of this herb induces a sense of calm and peace.

The antioxidant properties of this herb help you retard the ageing process. In modern times the goodness of brahmi is brought to you in the form of vegetarian capsules by Organic India.

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Category: Herb Wise
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