The ancient Indian legend of Ganesha describes one of his super qualities as having a steel trap memory since he received an elephant head from his father, Shiva.
Apparently, this is true of elephants. Remarkable recall power is a huge part of how elephants survive. Matriarch elephants, in particular, hold a store of social knowledge that their families can scarcely do without, according to research conducted on elephants at Amboseli National Park in Kenya.
But you don’t need to be an elephant to have a powerful memory.
Bacopa (named after one of the highest states of consciousness), is an ancient Ayurvedic herb, harvested for generations, offering profound benefits to human memory and cognition.
And Bacopa doesn’t only maintain the brain. It has many other restoring properties as well.
Extracted from the leaves of the Bacopa monniera plant, this ancient herb has been used by Ayurvedic practitioners to help people reduce memory loss, improve cognition, regulate mood swings, and reduce stress and tension.
Bacopa is known to provide relief to patients with anxiety disorder. And it is used in India and Pakistan as a cardiac tonic, digestive aid, and to improve respiratory function.
Other research on epilepsy, bronchitis, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, and gastric ulcers also supports the uses of Bacopa in Ayurvedic medicine. Bacopa’s antioxidant properties may offer protection from free radical damage in cardiovascular disease and certain types of cancer.
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