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What is Brahmi? Brahmi is a common name for two Ayurvedic herbs used to maintain and enhance brain function. Brahmi is used to mean Bacopa monnieri in South India and Centella asiatica in North India.8 This article will help you understand the differences between these two powerful herbs and how they work together to boost
Brahmi (gotu kola or Centella asiatica) is touted as the most rejuvenating herb in Ayurveda. It has been used for thousands of years as the main herb for revitalizing nerve and brain cells.
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Holiday gifts for the parents, athletes, cooks, wise women, and sleep-deprived and stressed out loved ones in your life. These 39 ideas will help ease pain, anxiety, digestive woes, and more, giving family and friends (and maybe even yourself) the support needed to decompress, destress, and find some joy!
Dr. John turns 65 today! Here’s a glimpse into his longevity lifestyle so you can learn his diet, exercise, and supplement strategies for staying grounded, happy, and healthy. Take what fits and leave the rest for another day!
Summer is the season of pitta. These diet, skin care, and lifestyle tips will help you keep this dosha in balance and avoid overheating, burnout, dehydration, and too much digestive fire during summer months.
Just like your food, your herbs should be seasonal too: Brahmi, neem, shatavari, and manjistha will help you stay cool during summer months, and they’ll keep your microbiome in sync with the seasons.