Kairali Ayurveda Kairali Brahmi Gritham 150 gms
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Also called as Brahmi Ghee, this Ayurvedic product has ghee as its base and is available in herbal ghee form. It is mainly used for improving learning skills, intelligence, and speech and is also used in the preparatory procedure of Panchakarma. It is also known by various other names including Brahmi Ghrita, Brahmi Ghrit, and Brahmi Ghritham. Studies have shown that Brahmi Ghrita when used to treat patients with depression yields results ranging from mild to moderate improvement of the symptoms. It is an effective product which helps to improve immunity as well as the mental strength of children. This memory enhancing Ayurvedic product is made with cow ghee, cooked with the juice extract of Bacopa Monnieri and Ghrita, pepper, ginger, Operculina Turpethum, Baliospermum Montanum, Clitorea Ternatea, Cassia fistula, Acacia Sinuata and Embelia Ribes. The medicinal value of Brahmi Ghrita finds a reference in Ashtangahrudayam Uttarsthana 6/23-25 and also in Charaka Samhita Chikitsa Sthana 10/25. It is used for the treatment of various ailments; it is used in the preparatory procedure known as Snehakarma to improve learning skills, memory, intelligence and speech; those suffering from skin diseases and epilepsy and infertile women are recommended the use of this ghee for therapeutic uses; it finds use in treating depression, fatigue, myalgia – body ache induced by depression, and stress disorders. It reportedly cures impotence. Brahmi Ghrita is indicated in Unmad (insanity), Alakshmi (inauspiciousness), Apasmara (epilepsy) and Papa (evil deeds) and calms Vata, Kapha, and Pitta – the Tridosha. Brahmi Ghrita can be used as product by taking one-quarter or half-teaspoon with warm water, before food, once or twice in a day. For those healthy people who want to use Brahmi Ghrita as a brain tonic, half-teaspoon of the product should be taken before taking morning beverage for up to two months. This is because after taking this ghee, a hot drink has to be taken for effective use. The ghee is also used for the preparation of Panchakarma – for the Snehana procedure, the dose prescribed by an Ayurvedic doctor depends on the status of the disease. Some eating rules should be followed while using Brahmi Ghrita; drink hot water after taking Brahmi Ghrita, cold water or cold food should be avoided after taking the ghee and during taking Brahmi Ghrita, excess garlic, onion or non-vegetarian food should be avoided. There are some foods which should be taken more often during the therapeutic use of Brahmi Ghrita; one should take foods rich in Vitamin E such as sunflower seeds, almonds, nuts and fortified cereals; vegetable oils, fish oils, cooked spinach, turnip greens, peanuts, tomatoes, wheat germ, peanut butter, avocado, and soybean should be taken in plentiful during this period. Medical advice is recommended for pregnant women before they use Brahmi Ghrita. People with heart disease, high cholesterol, diabetes and high BP should use it only under medical supervision. If taken in high dose, Brahmi Ghrita may cause indigestion and diarrhea.
Grutham Ghee, Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), Shunti (Zingiber officinale), Maricha (Piper nigrum), Pippali (Piper longum), Syama (Operculina turpethum), Thruvruth (Operculina turpethum), Dandhi (Baliospermum montanum), Sankhupushpi (Clitoria ternatea), Nrupadhruma (Cassia fistula), Sapthala (Alstonia scholaris), Krumihara (Embelia ribes)
As directed by the Physician