How useful Santela Asiatica (Brahmi) and Bacopa moniera (Nirbrahmi) is in our life?

Santela Asiatica(ब्राह्मी) 

Santela Asiatica(ब्राह्मी) 

Brahmi(Santela Asiatica) belongs to the genus APAC and its scientific name is Hydrococtyl Asiatica. It is also known by the classical name Santela Asiatica. It is native to the wetlands of Asia and appears to have grown, especially in India and Sri Lanka.

The Santela Asiatica(Brahmi) plant grows on the ground and its trunk is pointed, running and reddish-green. From the seeds of the stem come the newcomer roots on the lower side, while the leaves come on the upper side. The leaves are simple, 1–3, whip-shaped, long-stalked and serrated. The flowers are small and the flowers are small and pale. Each flower has two stamens and two stamens. Dried fruit 0 · 5 mm. Shaped, oval, and hard.

In children who have low concentration or memory and in adults who have forgetfulness, people should eat 3-4 leaves of Santela Asiatica(Brahmi) plant on an empty stomach in the morning and then drink water. It improves children's memory and reduces adult forgetfulness.

Santela Asiatica(Brahmi) is good for skin ailments and leprosy. It is considered to be effective on neurological disorders. In some places, leaves are used in curry, amti, etc.

If it is winter, add 2-3 teaspoons of Santela Asiatica(Brahmi) leaf juice and black pepper on an empty stomach and give it to drink so that diseases like cough, cold, and fever do not occur.

In summer, only the juice of Santela Asiatica( Brahmi )leaves should be drunk so that heat-related disorders do not occur.

Santela Asiatica(Brahmi) leaves are useful for enhancing memory. For this, the roots of Santela Asiatica(Brahmi ) should be uprooted, washed and dried. Add 250 gms of Santela Asiatica (Brahmi) leaves, 250 gms of almonds, 20 gms of black pepper and half a kg of corn and make a powder. Powder of this (Brahmi )Santela Asiatica leaves should be taken daily in the morning and evening, it helps in enhancing memory and intellect is brilliant.

Santela Asiatica(Brahmi) is very useful for people who have epilepsy or dementia. To reduce this disease, only powder of dried leaves of Santela Asiatica (Brahmi) should be taken or 3-4 leaves should be chewed if green is available.

For children who are mentally retarded or fickle, biting the leaves of Santela Asiatica(Brahmi) or consuming the powder helps to reduce the incidence of the disease.

People suffering from insomnia or sleep deprivation should mix 2-3 grams of Santela Asiatica(Brahmi) powder in milk and drink it before going to bed with a little cow's butter.

Heat the milk by adding Santela Asiatica(Brahmi) leaves in the milk and add a little corn in it and drink the milk. This reduces the risk of insomnia and keeps the head calm.

Nirbramhi(Bacopa moniera)

Nirbramhi(Bacopa moniera)

The plant belongs to the family Plantaginaceae and its classical name is Bacopa moniera. It is believed to be native to South India, Australia, Europe, Africa, Asia as well as North and South America. It grows in swamps in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, China, Pakistan, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

Bacopa moniera(Nirbrahmi) is a reptile growing perennial plant. The leaves are simple, obtuse, small, opposite, succulent. The flowers are small and white with 4 or 5 stamens. The fruit is round and angular in bond type and contains many seeds.

The Bacopa moniera( Nirbrahmi )plant is diuretic and laxative. Bacopa moniera(NirBrahmine) is an alkaloid obtained from it. It is mildly toxic. The juice of Nirbrahmi leaves is applied to rheumatism.

Some research has shown that its consumption increases blood flow to the brain and can prevent disorders such as Parkinson's disease.

You can also buy Brahmi plant leaf powder or tree online. Click on the link below to purchase.

Santela Asiatica(ब्राह्मी) 

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