Brahmi Leaves


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  • Brahmi is a small creeping plant with several branches. It reaches a height of 2 to 3 feet and has 10 to 35 cm long branches. The leaves are oval in shape and measure 1-2 cm long by 3-8 mm wide. Brahmi, also known as Bacopa, is a plant with various medicinal properties that is widely used in Ayurveda. Brahmi is a creeper and a seasonal herb that has been used for decades to treat a variety of health conditions. Brahmi is found in marshy areas near streams and ponds throughout India especially in the North eastern regions.


Different names in different languages:


  1. Latin name – Bacopa monnieri
  2. English name – Thyme leaved gratiola, Water hyssop.
  3. Hindi name – Brahmi.
  4. Bengali name – Birami.
  5. Telugu name – Sambarenu.
  6. Kannada name – Jala brahmi.
  7. Tamil name – Neera brahmi.
  • As per certified Ayurvedic doctors, it is safe to consume 2-3 grams of Brahmi powder daily along with meals.
  • The decoction of Brahmi powder in boiled water can be ingested at a dose of 25-50 ml per day for adults.
  • For infants and children, Brahmi can be given in very small doses, in the form of Brahmi ghrita, mixed with honey, ghee and some water.
  • Applying Brahmi oil to the scalp helps prevent hair loss as it nourishes and provides strength to the hair.
  • It's used to cure eczema, psoriasis, abscess, and ulceration, among other skin conditions.
  •  It promotes the development of skin, hair, and nails.
  • It also disinfects the skin and speeds up the healing process when applied externally.
  • It helps improve the skin's melanin pigment. 
  • Helps in reducing hair fall to a considerable amount and also boosts hair growth at the same time.
  • Nausea, improved intestinal motility, and gastrointestinal disturbance are the most widely recorded side effects of Brahmi Leaves in humans.

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