Bacopa Monnieri, explore the benefits here! January 15, 2019
What is Bacopa Monnieri?
Bacopa Monnieri is a nootropic herb that improves processing speed, memory retention and enhances learning ability.
Bacopa Monnieri is already in use for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine. It shows to stimulate the protein synthesis in the hippocampus. This part of the brain has an important role long term memory retention.
The active compounds of this plant are bacosides. Bacosides are evaluated for their effects on brain health. Research has shown the positive influence on brain cells and regeneration of brain tissue. (1)(2)
Scientific Research: (1) Efficacy of Standardized Extract of Bacopa Monnieri on Cognitive Functions of Medical Students: A Six-Week, Randomized Placebo-Controlled Trial. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27803728 [PMID: 27803728] (2) Elucidation of Molecular Mechanism(s) of Cognition Enhancing Activity of Bacomind: A Standardized Extract of Bacopa Monnieri. [PMID: 27761079]
Does N°1 from OmniMind contains Bacopa Monnieri?
Yes of course! The key ingredient in N°1 from OmniMind® is Bacopa Monnieri.
Equally important are the other ingredients like theanine and rhodiola rosea and tyrosine.
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Where does it grow?
Taiwan, Sri Lanka, China, Vietnam, Pakistan, Nepal and India are the countries where this plant grows. Besides, Hawaii, Florida and southern states of the United States of America can pharm this plant artificially due to the damp wheater conditions. The best results you can find is by growing the plant a pond. It’s a medicinal herb used in Ayurvedic medicines. Moreover, in Ayurvedic medicine Bacopa is also referred to as Brahmi. Brahmi stands for Brahmā, the creator God of the Hindu pantheon.
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