Brahmi (Bacopa) monnieri Wettst. family: Scrophulariaceae (figworts); also known as Bacopa monniera, Herpestis monniera.
Brahmi also known as Bacopa is a perennial, creeping herb with numerous branches that grows in wetlands and marshy places. Brahmi is native to India but has spread throughout the tropics. Brahmi has great value in Ayurvedic mainly used as brain and mental tonic to treat Alzheimer problem, memory loss, insanity, insomnia and other mental illness.
How to Use?
Take one Brahmi (Bacopa) cap after meal, twice daily. Brahmi is a safe herb, which people regardless of age.
How Is Brahmi Useful?
Brahmi leaves grow alternately on the soft hairy stem. Brahmi blooms small white-purplish flowers with four or five petals. Brahmi flowers bloom in most months of the year, while Brahmi fruit is oval and sharp at apex.
In Ayurvedic, Brahmi has long history in Indian Ayurvedic. It is widely used for its effect in blood circulation.
is traditionally used to treat skin problems including psoriasis, eczema,
abscess and ulceration. Brahmi is used to stimulate skin cell regeneration and
1. Promotes Comfort
2. Stress Reduction
3. Boosts Cognitive Agility
4. Alzheimer’s Therapy?
5. Protection against Toxic Compounds
6. Treat skin problems including Psoriasis, Eczema, Abscess and Ulceration
7. Brahmi is used to stimulate Skin Cell Regeneration and Growth
one Brahmi (Bacopa) cap after meal, twice daily. Brahmi is a safe herb, which
people regardless of age.