Medicine  Origin

Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine

Brahmi

Bacopa Moneiri

Countries of Origin

India

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This treasure is certified organic

Controlled by SOIL Association

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Organic leaves in powder

Discovery of  Brahmi

Our Brahmi is certified Organic, controlled in a French laboratory. In powder, its use is facilitated.

Brahmi is a true master of Memory and Cognitive Performances, it balances the nervous system and brings peace and serenity to the overloaded, dispersed, tired mind.

Ally of learning, concentration and creativity, Brahmi is an ancestral treasures not to be underestimated, sometimes allied to productivity and master of meditation and clear vision.

Brahmi is also an effective treasure against anxiety and stress.

 

Bacopa Moneiri has been part of the Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia for almost 3,000 years. Ancient Ayurvedic writings recommended it to treat various conditions affecting the intellect or the central nervous system: anxiety, impaired cognition or attention, depression, epileptic convulsions, neurological disorders, etc.

According to the Hindu conception, the brain is the center of creative activity. This is the reason why the Indians dedicated the Bacopa, which they also call Brahmi ... to Brahma, the mythical Creator of the Hindu pantheon, one of the 3 Supreme male deities of India.

Uses:

Like any adaptogen, the ideal is to have recourse to Brahmi in regular and daily cures. Every day, use 3 to 4g of powder (a coffee pickle) as an infusion near the meal, or in a smoothie, yogurt (great!), Milk etc ...

A dose of inspiration:

Traditionally, the leaves and stems were squeezed to extract the juice or they were dried and then powdered . This powder was then used to make syrups, decoctions, refreshing drinks or spreadable purees. These preparations were abundantly sweet in order to mask the bitter taste of the Brahmi. Your turn !

Precautions for use:

Taking Bacopa monnieri on an empty stomach can cause nausea, cramps, bloating, and diarrhea.

  It is advisable to take it with food.  

Historically, Brahmi has been consumed with ghee, a clarified butter that originated in India.  

Bacopa monnieri is fat soluble and requires a lipoid transporter (fat) to be better absorbed,

hence the interest of taking it with a meal.

Contraindications:  Pregnant or breastfeeding women

Adverse effects: nausea, dry mouth, fatigue.

Interactions: Bacopa may enhance the effects of phenothiazine (neuroleptic).

Uses

  3g in Infusion, Smoothie, Yoghurt ...

Daily use

Main Effects

Brain booster,

Concentration, Clarity, Flexibility of Mind,

Well-being, Psychic Balance, Relaxation of the nervous system,  

Adaptogen

Associated Treasures

This product  is not intended for self-medication.