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Creeping, Marsh-loving plant.
Native range: China, India and South Pacific
The Chinese believe this herb promotes longevity.
In India the plant is called bramhi, known as the herb of enlightenment or 'greatest of the great'
Gotu Kola is used as Ayurvedic medicine.
It may help with agitation, anxiety, epilepsy, hyperactivity, insomnia, and memory loss.
Known to have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and sedative effects.
It has a ton of uses.
Traditionally used: to treat wounds, enhances cell ability to regrow, improve leg circulation, relieve anxiety and promotes sleep.
Great to help improve blood flow in the legs. May help with things like numbness, nighttime cramps, heaviness in legs, distended veins and swelling.
You can usually find Gotu Kola at the health food store in capsule form H. asiatica.
Some people use this herb on a regular basis taking 2-4 400 milligram caps a day.
A stronger variety C. asiatica comes in capsules and extract but it is costly and mostly reserved for more serious things like epilepsy.
There are two possible known side effects. Sedation and skin rash.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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