Monday, 8 August 2016

August 08, 2016
Gotu Kola (Centella Asiatica) برہمی بوٹی
برہمی بوٹی کے تازہ پتوں کے رس میں شہد ملا کر ہر روز پینےسےحافظہ غضب کا ہو جاتا ہے۔ برہمی بوٹی مصفی خون بھی ہے۔, ہائی بلڈ پریشر، اور ہارٹ پروبلم کلئیے بھی بہترین ہے۔
دماغ کی صحت کو بہتر بنانے , میموری کو بہتر بنانے اور ذہنی قابو پانے کے لئے, الجھن، کشیدگی، تھکاوٹ،برونکائٹس کے لئے استعمال کیا جاتا ہے، میموری بڑھانے،اینٹی السر, ، بے خوابی، مرگی، دمہ بگڑا ہو, برونکائٹس، پیٹ کی خرابی کی شکایت، , مفید حصہ: پورا پلانٹ,
خوراک: خشک پتے چھ سو گرام دن میں تین بار , چنبل، ِسکن انفیکشن، اپرس، سانس کی بیماریوں، دمہ، وَرمِ جِگَر ۔ جِگَر کی سوزِش, ہائپٹائٹس، السر، ذہنی تھکاوٹ، مرگی ، اسہال، بخار ، پاؤں کی رگوں کا پھول جانا، دیرینہ مرض، زخم نہ بھرنا، بے خوابی ۔ نیند نہ آنے کی بیماری، آتشک،
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Here are some of the amazing health benefits of Gotu Kola:
Boosts Circulation – Gotu kola is believed to be effective at not only reducing swelling in the blood vessels, but also keeping the arterial walls more elastic. This can help to reduce the risk of heart disease, as the arteries are more likely to crack (leading to blood clots) when they are stiff and inflexible. It is particularly effective for those suffering from varicose veins, and it can help to reduce leakage and improve the symptoms of venous insufficiency.
Reduce Anxiety -- A surprising number of people suffer from anxiety and anxiety disorders in this day and age, but gotu kola may be an effective remedy to treat the problem. The herb contains chemicals called triterpenoids that were proven to reduce anxiety in the mice upon which it was tested. It also helped to improve mental function and reduced the risk of being startled by loud noises.
Aid in Sleep -- Did you know that gotu kola has been proven effective as a sleep aid in animal tests? While it has not yet been properly tested on human subjects, it proved a useful treatment for insomnia when given to animals. If you are looking for a new remedy to help you sleep better at night, it may be worth trying gotu kola.
Promote Healing -- When your skin is damaged, a lot of proteins and nutrients are used to make the repairs. Thanks to the triterpenoids in gotu kola, you can speed up the healing process effectively. Not only will the gotu kola help to boost the presence of antioxidants in the wounds, but it can help to strengthen your skin and increase the flow of blood to the damaged area. More blood flow means more nutrients and faster repairs!
Fight Scleroderma -- Scleroderma is a chronic systemic autoimmune disorder in which the dermis (skin) hardens. This can lead to reduce movement and flexibility, as the connective tissue beneath the skin also hardens. But thanks to gotu kola, you can reduce the symptoms of scleroderma. In one study, 13 women took gotu kola and found that it helped to decrease the rate of their skin becoming hard, reduced the amount of pain in their joints, and even helped to boost movement in their fingers.
Reduce Scarring — When you apply gotu kola directly to your skin, it can help to reduce the risk of scarring (after a wound, surgery, or injury) and can reduce the visibility of burns. It has been proven effective for treating third degree burns, particularly when it was applied immediately following the accident. The gotu kola can stop the skin from hardening into stiff scar tissue, and it can prevent the shrinking of the skin that is so common with serious injuries. Thanks to the saponins in gotu kola, you can inhibit the production of stiff, inflexible scar tissue.
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Gotu Kola is a rejuvenative nervine recommended for nervous disorders, epilepsy, senility and premature aging. As a brain tonic, it is said to aid intelligence and memory. It strengthens the adrenal glands and cleanses the blood to treat skin impurities. It is said to combat stress and depression, increase libido and improve reflexes. It has also been indicated for chronic venous insufficiency, minor burns, scars, scleroderma, skin ulcers, varicose veins, wound healing, rheumatism, blood diseases, congestive heart failure, urinary tract infections, venereal diseases, hepatitis and high blood pressure.
In India, Gotu kola is regarded as perhaps the most spiritual of all herbs. Growing in some areas of the Himalayas, gotu kola is used by yogis to improve meditation. It is said to develop the crown chakra, the energy center at the top of the head and to balance the right and left hemispheres of the brain, which the leaf is said to resemble. It is regarded as one of the most important rejuvenative herbs in Ayurvedic Medicine. Sri Lankans noticed that elephants, renowned for their longevity, munched on the leaves of the plant. Thus the leaves became known as a promoter of long life. It is said to fortify the immune system, both cleansing and feeding it and to strengthen the adrenals. It has been used as a pure blood tonic and for skin health. It has also been used to promote restful sleep. Gotu kola is often confused with kola nut. Due to this confusion, some people assume the rejuvenating properties of gotu kola are due to the stimulating effects of caffeine contained in kola nut. In fact, gotu kola is not related to kola nut and contains no caffeine.
Gotu Kola is a rejuvenative nervine recommended for nervous disorders, including epilepsy, senility and premature aging. As a brain tonic, it is said to aid intelligence and memory. It strengthens the adrenal glands while cleansing the blood to treat skin impurities. It is said to combat stress and depression, energize flagging mental powers, increase libido, ward off a nervous breakdown and improve reflexes. It energizes the central nervous system and rebuilds energy reserves.
Gotu Kola can relieve high blood pressure and helps the body defend against various toxins. It is used to treat rheumatism, blood diseases, congestive heart failure, urinary tract infections, venereal diseases, hepatitis and high blood pressure. It is a mild diuretic that can help shrink swollen membranes and aid in the elimination of excess fluids. It hastens the healing of wounds.
Gotu kola has a positive effect on the circulatory system. It improves the flow of blood while strengthening the veins and capillaries. It has been used successfully to treat phlebitis, leg cramps, and abnormal tingling of the extremities. It soothes and minimizes varicose veins and helps to minimize scarring.
It reduces scarring when applied during inflammatory period of the wound. It was found effective when applied on patients with third degree burns, when the treatment commenced immediately after the accident. Daily local application to the affected area along with intramuscular injections, limited the shrinking of the skin as it healed. It is known to prevent infection and inhibit scar formation. It is also useful in repairing skin and connective tissues and smoothing out cellulite.
The primary active constituent is triterpenoid compounds. Saponins (also called triterpenoids) known as asiaticoside, madecassoside, and madasiatic acid are the primary active constituents. These saponins beneficially affect collagen (the material that makes up connective tissue), for example, inhibiting its production in hyperactive scar tissue.
Due mostly to the actions of asiaticoside and madecassoside that it contains, gotu kola may prevent, delay and treat a condition known as chronic venous insufficiency. This occurs when valves in the veins that carry blood back to the heart are weak or damaged and blood collects in the veins of the legs. This collection of blood can lead to varicose veins, spider veins, or sores on the legs. More serious results can include blood clots in the legs. Asiaticoside and madecassoside may help keep veins and other blood vessels from leaking. Because it strengthens the walls of blood vessels, gotu kola may also be effective for slowing retinopathy, the gradual break down of the retina in the eyes. It may also help to relieve hemorrhoids. These same effects are thought to strengthen the lining of the gastrointestinal tract, making gotu kola potentially useful for treating ulcers.
Gotu kola has long been used in topical, oral, and injected forms to treat leprosy. In addition to its ability to heal the sores associated with leprosy, gotu kola may also have anti-bacterial properties. Evidence from studies shows that asiaticoside may damage the cell walls of the bacteria that cause leprosy. The weakened bacteria are easier for the body's immune system to eliminate.
Modern Studies
According to modern studies, gotu kola does offer support for healthy memory function. A study conducted in 1992 by K. Nalini at Kasturba Medical College showed an impressive improvement in memory in rats which were treated with the extract (orally) daily for 14 days before the experiment. The retention of learned behavior in the rats treated with gotu kola was 3 to 60 times better than that in control animals. Preliminary results in one clinical trial with mentally retarded children was shown to increase scores on intelligence tests (Bagchi, 1989). This does not mean gotu kola will improve intelligence for all special or normal children.
According to pharmacological studies, one outcome of gotu kola's complex actions is a balanced effect on cells and tissues participating in the process of healing, particularly connective tissues. One of its constituents, asiaticoside, works to stimulate skin repair and strengthen skin, hair, nails and connective tissue (Kartnig, 1988).
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Centella-asiatica-Brahmi
Medical plant kaki kuda found throughout Indonesia,
Plants commonly known as the hooves of wild plants.
Nevertheless these plants can be propagated through stem cuttings. ·
Create a planting hole measuring 25 cm x 25 cm x 25 cm ·
Cuttings of seedlings planted in the hole with a spacing of 1 mx 1 m. ·
The trunk grows to a crawl, producing branches
that form clumps that cover the ground. ·
In the area of West Java, kaki kuda medical plant
is sometimes grown as ground cover on a tea plantation.
Curable Disease:
Typus,
malnutrition,
headache,
flu,
poisoning Jengkol,
epilepsy;
EFFECTS pharmacological: Taste sweet, cool. Anti-infective, antitoxic, fever, .
CHEMISTRY CONTENT of the medical plant: asiaticoside, thankuniside, isothankuniside,
madecassoside, brahmoside, brahminoside, brahmic acid,
madasiatic acid, meso-inositol, centellose, carotenoids,
mineral salts such as potassium salts, sodium, magnesium, calcium, iron,
vellarine, tanning substances. Compounds called glycosides triterpenoida
asiaticoside and similar compounds, has kasiat anti-leprosy (Hansen Morbus),
leaves contain compounds hooves trigergepnoida glycosides, alkaloids
hidrokotilin, steroids, tannins, essential oils, reducing sugar and
mineral salts such as mineral salts such as salts of potassium, sodium,
magnesium, calcium and iron
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Gotu kola is another anti-aging herb that can improve brain health.
Long used in Ayurvedic medicine to improve memory,
studies have shown that this rejuvenating tonic herb can
increase mental abilities and behavioral patterns.
Take 600 mg of dried powered leaves three time a day.
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Adaptogen, central nervous system relaxant,
peripheral vasodilator, sedative, antibiotic,
detoxifier, blood-purifier, laxative, diuretic,
emmenagogue. Used as a brain tonic for
improving memory and for overcoming mental
confusion, stress, fatigue, also used for
obstinate skin diseases and leprosy.
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Uses:Nervine tonic, diuretic, insomniac, hypotensive,
used in bronchitis, Memory enhancement, Antioxidant,
antimicrobial activity, Neuroprotective,
Anti-ulcer activity,anticonvulsant effect, Cytotoxic Activity
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MEDICINAL PROPERTIES
Plant pacifies vitiated pitta, insomnia, epilepsy, asthma,
bronchitis, abdominal disorders, mental retardation, insanity and fever.
Useful part : The whole plant
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