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BRAHMI- “THE HERB OF ENLIGHTENMENT”

Dr. Anita Meena*, Dr. Shweta Rankawat, Dr. Jitendra, Prof. Kamini Kaushal, Dr. Hemwati Gurjar

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Plants have been utilised as therapies for thousands of years, based on experience and folk cures, and their function in the treatment of moderate and chronic diseases continues to attract widespread attention. During these periods, there has been a greater emphasis on plant study around the world, and a substantial body of data has developed to demonstrate the great potential of medicinal plants employed in diverse traditional medical systems. Centella asiatica is one of the most important medicinal herbs used in Ayurvedic medicine. Brahmi/gotu kola (Centella asiatica) is one of the most wellknown Ayurvedic mental rejuvenators. It has a long and notable history of usage for improving cognition and mental sharpness, as well as calming the nervous system. It relaxes the nervous system, cleanses the blood, and promotes good skin and hair, and has a long and amazing history of usage for increasing cognition and mental sharpness. Centella asiatica (often known in India as Brahmi) is a critical medical medicine with important therapeutic qualities, particularly in the area of cognition. It is well-known as a brain tonic that aids in the growth of the cerebrum. This plant is used to cure a variety of skin problems, including leprosy, lupus, varicose ulcers, eczema, psoriasis, diarrhoea, fever, amenorrhea, illnesses of the female genitourinary system, as well as anxiety and cognitive impairment. The current research examines Brahmi (Centella asiatica) as a medicinal plant and discusses its advantages for a variety of ailments.

Keywords: Centella asiatica; Brahmi; Gotu Kola; Medicinal; Ayurveda; Rejuvenators.


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