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Also known in ayurveda as Gotu Kola . While the scientific name of this herb or plant is “Bacopa Monnieri”, it is more commonly referred to as ‘Brahmi’ in Indian Ayurveda and is simply known as ‘water hyssop’ among much of the western world. It is a wonderful herb with amazing benefits. It grows largely in south Asian countries of Vietnam, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka and China. This herb can be easily grown in damp conditions of a pond. The herb is a little bitter in taste and is used in salads and soups. It is also used in many parts of the Indian subcontinent.
brahmi leaves powder
Directions for use : For HAIR : Mix brahmi powder with water to make a paste. Aply on hair and wash after 30 mins . You can also mix amla , hibiscus and bhrinraj with brahmi to make an effective hair mask. For FACE : Mix with water to use it like a face mask
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