It contains many nutrients that support the body’s vitality and feed the nervous system, including vitamins A, B, E and K, and magnesium. Brahmi is considered the main rejuvenating herb for nerve and brain cells and, therefore, has played a very important role in Ayurvedic therapies for the treatment of cognitive disorders of aging
It has been suggested that regular use of the herb can rejuvenate the nervous system and it therefore deserves attention as a possible cure for a wide range of nervous disorders including multiple sclerosis. Is used principally for nervous disorders such as neuralgia, epilepsy and mental illness. Also useful in schizophrenia, hysteria and stress related psychosis by calming the nerves and tranquillising the mind.
It is also taken to improve fertility. It is known to thin the blood and, at large doses, it helps to lower blood sugar levels. It is also useful in spermatorrhoea and weakness of heart.
Recommended Dosage : 3 to 6 g powder of whole dried herb.
Contraindication : This herb is contraindicated during pregnancy and lactation.