The whole plant is used as a rejuvenator, brain tonic, alterative and febrifuge. It removes nervous debility and improves the nervous system. It increases mental faculties such as memory, intellect and alertness. It is used to cure insomnia, irritability as well as epilepsy, as it has a relaxing effect on the brain. It is a natural tranquillizer, that promotes deep and revitalizing sleep. Recommended where the mind becomes overactive, agitated and restless. It is slightly laxative in action and improves digestion. It promotes health of both the male and female reproductive organs. It is a rejuvenative herb with anti-ageing properties. May also help in preventing changes in the neuron cell bodies in specific brain areas. It is also useful in fever, bronchitis, biliousness and hypertension. It is a sovereign remedy in bowel complaints especially dysentery. It has been found to be effective in reducing different types of stress including psychological, chemical and traumatic.
- Each 250 mg. capsule contains:
- Evolvulus alsinoides Extract (10:1) (Shankapushpi) 250 mg
Amnesia, anxiety, biliousness, bronchitis, dysentery, epilepsy, fever, general debility, hypertension, insomnia, irritability, nervousness, premature ageing, restlessness and stress.
There are no contraindications.
There are no known side effects.
Take 1 capsule twice daily before meals with water. Allow several weeks for benefits. The use of natural products provides progressive but long-lasting results.
Doing crossword puzzles, playing word games or cards strengthens the synapses between brain cells in memory transmission areas. Physical exercise can increase mental abilities 20% to 30 %, according to recent studies. Journal writing and working with your hands to build or create can help as well. For older adults who sense memory loss occurring, use mental helps such as calendars, calculators, list making, and group discussions. And relax. Worrying about what you're going to forget can cause a mental block. Eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Many of these contain antioxidants -- substances that protect and nourish brain cells. And antioxidants may help prevent cholesterol from damaging the lining of your arteries and slowing blood flow to your brain. Foods high in antioxidants include colorful fruits and vegetables, such as oranges, berries, broccoli, spinach, carrots, sweet potatoes and tomatoes. Avoid alcohol, stress, and smoking.