Small: 4x3 pouch
approximate serving size : 12 to 15 servings
Large: 5x7 pouch
approximate serving size : 80 - 84 servings
Aides with: brain functioning, skin conditions, wound healing, liver and kidney health
Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) is an herb commonly used by Chinese, Indonesian, and Ayurvedic medicine practitioners. These ancient and traditional healing ways use gotu kola to boost brainpower, heal skin issues, and promote liver and kidney health.
-Gotu Kola is effective in the treatment of wounds, skin infections, burns, and scars. Studies show that Gotu Kola accelerates healing of burns and minimizes scarring. It has been used to speed up the healing of skin grafts and surgical enlargement of the vagina during childbirth (episiotomy).
-A famous Chinese herbalist named Li Ching Yun used Gotu Kola regularly in an herbal tea blend called Fo-Ti-Tieng. The story says that Li Ching Yun lived for 256 years and survived 3 wives- Gotu Kola being the source of his longevity.
-Folk traditions in India say the reason elephants have excellent memory and live a long life is due to gotu kola being a staple green in their diet. It has been revered by Yogis for thousands of years as an essential longevity staple. Gotu kola has been shown in animal and human studies to increase brain cell dendrite outgrowth, meaning that it increases the neural axonal density of the brain, which has been correlated with increased intelligence and psychic ability. Extracts of the plant have also been shown to repair damaged neurons and promote growth of neural networks.
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