Brahmi Ghrita or Brahmi Ghrit is a ghee-based herbal Ayurvedic formula used to manage problems associated with the central nervous system. It has ghee in its base which acts as a beneficial agent in the medicine, providing good absorption and better delivery to the organs due to its lipophilic nature.
Brahmi Ghrita has neurocognitive effects which may help with conditions like epilepsy. It also has a positive effect on poor memory. Furthermore, studies on Brahmi Ghrita suggest that its use may help decrease the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
According to Ayurveda, Brahmi Ghrita has a Vata balancing property which may help in reducing the symptoms of anxiety. It also helps balance all three doshas and reduces the episodes of the seizure (epilepsy). Brahmi Ghrita also has Medhya (intelligence-improving) and Rasayana (rejuvenating) properties which may aid in improving memory power. In addition to that, it has the Balya (strength provider) property which may help reduce the symptoms of fatigue or general weakness.
Brahmi Ghrita is available in semi-solid form as it has cow ghee in its base. You can take 2-3gm Brahmi Ghrita or as directed by the physician to manage the symptoms of anxiety. Drink 1-2 glasses of lukewarm water after taking it for better digestion. Take it once or twice a day, preferably after meals. Avoid self-medication or taking Brahmi Ghrita in excess.
Brahmi Ghrita is generally well tolerated and does not have any side effects when taken in the recommended dose. However, it is advisable to consult the doctor before using Brahmi Ghrita.
What is Brahmi Ghrita made of?
Brahmi, Vacha, Shankhpushpi, Ghee
What are the synonyms of Brahmi Ghrita?
Brahmi Ghrita, Brahmi Ghee