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Cognitive Function & Mood

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Brahmi, also known as Bacopa monnieri, is a powerful herb that has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for centuries. This adaptogenic herb is known to enhance cognitive function, reduce stress and anxiety, improve mood, and boost memory.

Recently voted the world's #1 herb for happiness! Its mood-enhancing properties are truly awe-inspiring, proving once again that nature has the power to elevate our emotional well-being in ways that are nothing short of extraordinary.


Bacosides A and B, which are believed to be responsible for Brahmi's cognitive benefits.

Flavonoids, which are antioxidants that help protect cells from damage.

Saponins, which have anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties.

Vitamins A and C, which are essential for good health and help support the immune system.

Iron, which is necessary for healthy red blood cells and energy production.

How To Use

Take 2x capsules in the morning with food or before a cognitive task.

We Love It For

✓ Boosts Mood
✓ Reduces Stress & Anxiety
✓ Improves Focus & Concentration
✓ Supports a Healthy Immune System
✓ Enhances Cognitive Function & Memory
✓ Repairs & Supports Nervous System Health
✓ Helps Manage Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity
✓ Provides Relief from Migraines & Headaches
✓ Strengthens the Cardiovascular System
✓ Detoxifies & Aids Digestion


It’s classified as a "Medhya Rasayana" herb in Ayurvedic medicine, meaning it enhances cognitive function and memory.

It’s traditionally used as a Nootropic, a substance that enhances cognitive function, memory, and learning.

It’s believed to have a "cooling" effect on the body, helping to balance the "Pitta" or fire element, which is associated with inflammation and heat.

In Ayurveda, Brahmi is considered a "Rasayana" herb, which means it promotes overall health and longevity.

It’s also thought to have "Vata-pacifying" properties, which means it helps to balance the air element, which is associated with movement, circulation, and the nervous system.

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