(Brahmi) Bacopa

(Brahmi) Bacopa .Bacopa monniera, also referred to as Bacopa monnieri, Herpestis monniera, water hyssop, and "Brahmi," has been used in the Ayurvedic system of medicine for centuries. Traditionally, it was used as a brain tonic to enhance memory development, learning, and concentration, and to provide relief to patients with anxiety or epileptic disorders.

The plant has also been used in India and Pakistan as a cardiac tonic. digestive aid, and to improve respiratory function in cases of bronchoconstriction.

Recent research has focused primarily on Bacopa's cognitive-enhancing effects, specifically memory, learning, and concentration, and results support the traditional Ayurvedic claims. Research on anxiety, epilepsy,
bronchitis and asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, and gastric ulcers also supports the Ayurvedic uses of Bacopa. Bacopa's antioxidant properties may offer protection from tree radical damage in cardiovascular disease and certain types of cancer.

Brahmi assists in heightening mental acuity and supports the body's ability to relax. It is used in formulas for mental exertion.