Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medical system, which holds a rich tradition of using various herbs. She believes herbs can help balance, heal and promote a sense of well-being. In the next post, we will introduce you to the common herbs in Ayurveda and their benefits. Ayurveda, an ancient medical system originating in India, places a strong emphasis on the use of medicinal herbs. This ancient tradition
Ayurveda is a traditional system of medicine that originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. The word "Ayurveda" is derived from two words in the Indian language (Sanskrit): "ayus" (life) and "veda" (knowledge). In essence, Ayurveda is the "knowledge of life." Ayurveda is based on the idea that each person has a "unique constitution", or "prakriti", which is determined by their genetic makeup, lifestyle and environment. According to Ayurvedic philosophy, the
Brahmi: The "herb of grace" awakens your inner spiritual wisdom; A spiritual gift from the Ayurvedic tradition
It promotes calm, intelligence, wisdom, and memory—including collective spiritual insight. Brahmi is named after the goddess Saraswati: the goddess of wisdom, art and music. The plant itself even resembles a part of the human brain—which can testify to its effectiveness in promoting the deep and penetrating intelligence of the Holy Spirit.
In India, Brahmi is mostly known as the "herb of life" and it has been used by Ayurvedic medical practitioners for almost 3,000 years. In addition to being a nootropic, it has also been used as an antispasmodic
Brahmi has long been used as an Ayurvedic remedy, for managing stress and improving memory. Brahmi contains a complex mixture of phytochemicals (substances found naturally in plants), which may be beneficial to the brain. Researchers currently appreciate that the benefits of this plant are mainly to combat neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's, dementia and others. Let's take a look at the main benefits of this ancient Alzheimer's plant.