Bacopa Monnieri

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500 mg Capsules

  • May Improve Learning & Memory
  • Great Natural Nootropic Supplement
  • No Binders or Fillers
  • Vegetarian Capsules

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Bacopa, also known as Brahmi, is a naturally occurring chemical that is extensively used in Ayurveda. It is also known as water hyssop and is used to treat anxiety, depression and other stress-related issues. Brahmi is a herb that grows extensively in India and is used in the preparation of several traditional medicines that are used to treat mental and gastrointestinal disorders.

It is a nootropic that is used to enhance brainpower and can also be used to treat stomach disorders. However, its primary function is to reduce the effects of stress and tension. It can be combined with other nootropic medicines to enhance its effects on the mind. Brahmi is extremely safe and available over the counter. You will not need a prescription for it and can avail the dosage information on the package.

Mechanism of Action

Brahmi is a nootropic that readily crosses the blood-brain barrier. It has high levels of bioavailability and can last in the body for several hours. Brahmi is thought to increase certain “good chemicals” in the brain and enhance brain activity.

It is said to protect the brain against harmful chemicals that can alter brain function. It is also used by people for cognitive supplementation. Technically speaking, Brahmi is said to increase the level of Tryptophan Hydroxylase (TPH2), which helps in establishing new connections in the brain.

Bacopa, a powerful nootropic, is also said to enhance synaptic communication, which means that the person will be able to receive and synthesize more information. Bacopa also increases the level of serotonin in the brain, which is better known as the happiness hormone.

Potential Benefits

Bacopa comes with a plethora of health benefits, which makes it an extremely versatile, naturally occurring nootropic.  Some of the clinical benefits:

    • This supplement is often used as an anti-inflammatory. Inflammation can occur in any part of the body and Bacopa is said to provide relief from the same.
    • The chemicals in this are known for being high in anti-oxidants. Anti-oxidants fight away free radicals in the body. It thereby helps in enhancing immunity and improving the body’s capacity to fight away illnesses.

Possible Side Effects of Bacopa

Bacopa is quite a safe supplement to consume and does not have too many side effects. However, overusage can lead to the following side effects.

    • Bacopa can cause stomach upsets. This is common amongst most Ayurvedic medicines, as they can cause acidity. It is best to not consume Bacopa on an empty stomach and try to drink as much water as possible. If bitterness and discomfort persist then, it is best to stop the supplement and consult a physician to avail a solution.
    • In rare cases, this chemical is said to slow down a person’s heart rate. This is especially possible in cases of people who already have a slow heart rate.
    • This nootropic is said to have a bitter taste to it. Although this is not a side effect, you might have to mix it in with a little honey to ensure that you are not left with a bitter taste in your mouth.
  • It is best for pregnant and lactating women to avoid this supplement, as there are no conclusive results to show that it is safe for them to consume.

Recommended Dosage

It is recommended to consume 500 mg of Bacopa for 12 weeks to enhance brain health and improve cognition. It is ideal to start with a small dose and then increase it as you go. If you are unable to see results, then you can consider stacking it with other nootropics.

Legal Status of Bacopa

The supplement is quite safe and can be bought without a prescription. You can order it in powder or capsule form. Both will work well and help you remain with the best results.

Additional information

Weight 50 g

1 Bottle (60 Caps), 2 Bottles (120 Caps), 3 Bottles (180 Caps)

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