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  • Bacopa is a classic brain and nerve tonic, also known as Brahmi. The active constituents in this succulent creeper are steroidal saponins known as Bacosides A and B, which have been shown to strengthen the nervous system and decrease insomnia and acts as a mild sedative.

  •  It also has antioxidant, hypotensive and diuretic properties and is known as a “brain food” to nourish the brain and improve intelligence and memory. It is added to formulations to assist in heightening mental acuity and support the physiological processes involved in relaxation.

  • The combination of improved mental acuity and relaxation is why this botanical is included in the highest category of Ayurvedic herbs.

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  • Ayurveda has special focus on children. Ayurvedic preparations have been used to build a healthy body and sharp intellect right from the time of infancy for thousands of years.
  • There are so many wonder herbs such as Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) which were identified by Ayurveda as brain stimulants and memory boosters.Students and their parents are always concerned about their performance in the exams. Many a times we all face problems memorizing things.
  • Solution to this problem is very simple. Brahmi Capsules made of the Brahmi herb are very good memory enhancers.


  • Oil is extracted from a number of fruits, nuts and seeds for use in cooking and soapmaking1 or as an ingredient in other foods such as baked or fried goods. Oil is a valuable product with universal demand, and the possible income from oil extraction is therefore often enough to justify the relatively high cost of setting up and running a small scale oil milling business

  • Memory is the ability of an individual to record sensory stimuli, events, information, etc., retain them over short or long periods of time and recall the same at a later date when needed.

  • Poor Memory, lower retention and slow recall and are common problems in today’s stressful and competitive world. Age, stress, emotions are conditions that may led to memory loss, amnesia, anxiety, high blood pressure, dementia, to more ominous threat like schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s diseases.

  • The nature provides a new opportunity to regain one’s full mental capacity. A number of herbs traditionally employed in the Indian System of Medicine "Ayurveda", have yielded positive results.


  • Brahmi Memory Enahncer Bru with its unique memory enhancing system not only works with your mind to make you concentrate and learn faster, it also keeps you free from stress, reduce stomach troubles like indigestion, wind and constipation. It contains finely processed extracts of Brahmi and roots of Chicorium intybus.

  • Scientific research suggests that Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) improves memory, mental functions and reduces learning time. It is also used in nervous system disorders, such as neuralgia, epilepsy and mental illness. In China it is taken as a Yang Tonic for impotence, premature ejaculation and infertility.

  • The Ginkgo of the East, Brahmi Leaf has been used for thousands of years as a tonic for enhancing clarity, strength, and peace of mind. Traditionally used in India to stimulate the intellect and increase cognitive function, modern research suggests that Brahmi can improve cerebral functions, enhance memory while decreasing learning time.


  • The state government of Uttaranchal has decided to set up a mandi for herbs and medicinal plants at Hardwar. Despite being declared as “Herbal State”, there is no proper market for medicinal plants in Uttaranchal.

  • There are many pharmacies in Hardwar, which, manufacture Ayurvedic drugs. The setting of a mandi for sale and purchase of herbs and medicinal plants will not only help these pharmacies to purchase raw material but will also give a boost to their cultivation.

  •  According to Sh. Govind Singh Kunjwal, Hon’ble Minister for Small Scale Industries and Horticulture, land has already been selected in Hardwar for establishing the mandi. Whenever the global trend of the herbal market is discussed, although in the first place it seems to be concerned about the quantitative increase or decrease in the demand and supply status of herbal materials; the actual emphasis is on the value of trading. It is in this latter context that the role of western countries becomes important as the value of trading becomes significantly higher with respect to the marketing in these countries.

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