"Brahmi" has been used to describe two distinct Ayurvedic herbs—Centella asiatica and Bacopa monnieri—and brahmi is a fitting name for both of them. Brahmi is a Sanskrit word that refers to the feminine essence of universal consciousness as well as the creative potential that emerges from pure awareness. Both of the herbs that bear the name brahmi are thought to promote subtle awareness and sattva (the pure essence of consciousness). They are also both highly revered for their mind-enhancing properties and their support of the nervous system as a whole. This article will focus on highlighting the primary applications of each of these herbs, as well as some useful distinctions between them.
|Botanical Name||Bacopa Monnieri|
|Other Names||Brahmi, Bacopa Monnieri, Thyme Leaved Gratiola, Herpestes monnieria, Centella asiatica, Muttil, Kodakan|
|Features||Brahmi can be used in the formulation of medicines for epilepsy, asthma, ulcers, tumors, ascites, enlarged spleen, indigestion, inflammations, leprosy, anemia, biliousness, hair treatments.|
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