Ayurveda Herb Brahmi

Ayurveda Herb Brahmi – CETELLA asiapica & BACOPA monnieri.

First of all, there are two different herbs, which are names as Brahmi in Ayurveda.

CETELLA asiapica – people call it “Gotukola”.

Gotukola

Ayurveda Herb Gotukola

BACOBA monnieri – people call it “Bacoba”.

Bacoba

Ayurveda Herb Bacoba

In recent times the use of herbal products has increased significantly in the western world as well as in the developing countries.

Brahmi is an important medicinal plant that has been widely used therapeutically in the orient, therefore it is becoming increasingly popular in the western world.

Brahmi is a Sanskrit word came from “Lord Brahma” or “Brahman” so it is called Brahmi.

Lord Brahma is the divinity responsible for all of the creative forces in the world and Brahman is the Hindu name given to the universal consciousness.

Brahmi literally means the energy (or “Shakti”) of Brahma .

Thus, Brahmi has a lot to offer to the medical world.

Ayurveda Herb Brahmi – CETELLA asiapica & BACOPA monnieri: Both of these herbs having almost same medicinal properties.

Therefore, these are very important Ayurvedic Herb in many therapeutically uses in Ayurveda.

Ayurveda Herb Brahmi grows in almost all tropical countries.

It has MEDHYA RASAAYANA properties.

It is good for intellect, brain development, neuron function, anti-aging properties of brain, regeneration of brain tissues, memory power, epilepsies, psychological issues, Alzheimer’s disease, mental stress, specially brain development of babies and kids, etc.

Brahmi herb is also good for diabetes, skin diseases, anemia, swelling, cough and fever.

How to use:

We use it in many Ayurvedic medicine and also you can use it daily 10 – 20 ml of fresh juice of Brahmi Herb with honey in empty stomach in the morning.

Ayurveda Herb Brahmi also used in salad and various Ayurvedic cooking recipes.

 

–  Dr Subajanane Jeyanthan –

Niyanthree Ayurveda Clinic, Colombo, Sri Lanka.