Benefits Of Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) For Skin & Hair
BrahmiBacopa is known by different names. Some of its common as well as scientific names are being given below: Bacopa monnieri, Bacopa monniera, Herpestis monniera, Moniera cuneifolia, Jalnaveri, Jalanimba, Sambrani chettu, Thyme-leaved gratiola, Babies tear, Nirbrahmi, Indian Pennywort, Water hyssop, Herb of Grace, Andri, Jal-brahmi, Nira-brahmi,
Brahmi is a creeping herb, generally found in muddy wetlands, enriched with many bio-chemical compounds such as Brahmine, Herpestine, flavonoids, saponins, sterols, alkaloids, Betulic acid, stimastorol, betasitosterol, bacoside, and bacopasaponins. This Ayurvedic medicine is used as aphrodisiac, memory booster, boosting health and tonic for many ailments. Bacopa is an edible plant, has small oval leaves, which are succulent. Its fruits are oval and sharp at the apex.
This Indian Ayurvedic herb is known for multiple health and medicinal benefits. Some of its important benefits and uses are given below:
- Brahmi for hair loss: Applying this oil on the scalp is good to strengthening the hair follicles. Its massaging is beneficial in checking dandruff, itchiness, formation of split ends and flakes.
- Brahmi – Scalp nourishment: The massage of hot Brahmi oil provides proper nutrients to the hair follicles thus invigorating the hair growth.
- Brahmi Prevents Alopecia: Brahmi oil is rich in bio-chemical compounds in the form of antioxidants. The massage with this oil treats temporary or permanent baldness.
- Kesh Maharani Ayurvedic Nourishment Hair Oil contains Brahmi along with other Herbs to Nourish your Hair.