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Main Herbal Ingredients is Gotu Kola is revered, by natural healers, as the ‘fountain of life’ Research has demonstrated that Gotu kola’s powerful antioxidant effects can help protect brain cells from free radical-induced cell death. As we speak, researchers are studying its potential for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. In a study published in 2008 in Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 28 healthy participants were given various doses of Gotu Kola daily for two months. When cognition and mood were assessed, researchers found that those taking a daily dose of 750 mg's experienced improvements in both areas. The team noted Gotu kola’s ability to alleviate age-related decline in cognitive function and mood in the healthy elderly. Naturally, as most researchers will do, they called for further study to explore the mechanism by which this herb works.
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Please join the movement with us, by taking back our health from medications and recreate the world like our ancestors lived while adding new technologies along with nature to create products at reach for everyone. Below is a little more information regarding our main ingredient Gotu Kola. Plant Description, Gotu Kola is a perennial plant native to India, Japan, China, Indonesia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and the South Pacific. A member of the parsley family, it has no taste or smell. It thrives in and around water. It has small fan-shaped green leaves with white or light purple-to-pink flowers and small oval fruit. The leaves and stems of the Gotu Kola plant are used as medicine. Medicinal Uses and Indications as well as Treatment. Venous insufficiency and varicose veins When blood vessels lose their elasticity, blood pools in the legs and fluid leaks out of the blood vessels. That causes the legs to swell (venous insufficiency). Several small studies suggest Gotu kola may help reduce swelling and improve blood flow. In a study of 94 people with venous insufficiency, those who took Gotu kola saw their symptoms improve compared to those who took a placebo. In another study of people with varicose veins, ultrasound tests showed that people who took Gotu Kola had less leakage of fluid. One study also found that people who took Gotu kola before flying had less ankle and leg swelling than those who did not take it. Wound healing and skin lesions Gotu kola has chemicals called triterpenoids. In animal and lab studies, these compounds seem to help heal wounds. For example, some studies suggest that triterpenoids strengthen the skin, boost antioxidants in wounds, and increase blood supply to the area. Based on these findings, Gotu kola has been applied to the skin, or used topically, for minor burns, psoriasis, preventing scars after surgery, and preventing or reducing stretch marks. You can find Gotu Kola in many creams for wound healing. Ask your health care provider if one is right for you. Anxiety - These same chemicals, triterpenoids, seem to reduce anxiety and increase mental function in mice. One human study found that people who took Gotu kola were less likely to be startled by a new noise than those who took a placebo. Since the "startle noise" response can be a way to tell if someone is anxious, researchers think that Gotu kola might help reduce anxiety symptoms. But the dose used in this study was very high, so it is impossible to say how Gotu kola might be used to treat anxiety. Scleroderma, A single study of 13 women with scleroderma found that Gotu kola decreased joint pain and skin hardening, and improved finger movement. Insomnia, Gotu kola acts as a sedative when given to animals in tests. Because of that, it is sometimes suggested to help people with insomnia. But no human studies have been done to see whether it works or whether it is safe. Dosage and Administration Gotu Kola are available in teas and as dried herbs, tinctures, capsules, tablets, and ointments. Products should be stored in a cool, dry place and used before the expiration date on the label. Pediatric, Gotu kola is not recommended for children under 18 years old. Adult, The standard dose of Gotu Kola (Centella Asiatica) is different depending on what kind you use and what you use it for. Your healthcare provider can help you choose the right dose for you. Most studies have used standardized extracts: - Dried Herb: You can make a tea of the dried leaf, 3 times daily - Powdered herb: available in capsules. - Tincture (1:2 w/v, 30% alcohol): 30 to 60 drops (equivalent to 1.5 to 3 mL, there are 5 mL in a tsp.), 3 times daily. Standardized extract: 50 to 250 mg, 2 to 3 times daily. Standardized extracts should contain 40% asiaticoside, 29 to 30% Asiatic acid, 29 to 30 % made cassis acid, and 1 to 2% madagascoside. Doses used in studies mentioned in the Treatment section include 20 mg for scleroderma and up to 180 mg in one study for venous insufficiency, although most of the studies for this condition used 90 to 120 mg daily. Precautions Gotu kola has been used in some studies that lasted up to one year. However, Gotu kola has the potential to be harmful to the liver. It is best not to use Gotu Kola for more than 6 weeks without talking to your doctor. You may need to take a 2-week break before taking the herb again. Asiaticoside, a major part of Gotu kola, has also been linked with tumor growth in mice. Anyone with a history of precancerous or cancerous skin lesions, such as squamous cell, basal cell skin cancer, or melanoma, should not use Gotu Kola. People with liver disease, or who take medications that affect the liver, should not take Gotu Kola. Ask your doctor if you take any prescription medications, or often take over-the-counter pain relievers. Geriatric Use People older than 65 should take a lower dose of Gotu Kola. Your healthcare provider can help you determine the right dose for you, which can be increased slowly over time. Cholesterol-lowering drugs (including statins): In animal studies, Gotu Kola raised cholesterol levels. It may also raise cholesterol levels in humans, although no studies have been done. Diabetes medications: In animal studies, Gotu Kola seems to increase blood sugar levels. People with diabetes should not take Gotu kola without first talking to their doctor. Diuretics (water pills): Gotu kola seems to act like a diuretic, meaning it helps the body get of excess fluid. Taking diuretic medications and Gotu kola could cause your body to lose too much fluid, upsetting the balance of electrolytes you need. The same is true of taking Gotu Kola with herbs that have diuretic effects, such as green tea, astragalus, or gingko. Sedatives: Because Gotu kola acts as a sedative, it might make some drugs taken for anxiety or insomnia stronger. The same is true
Nutritional Value of Gotu Kola:
|NUTRIENT||VALUE IN PERCENTAGE|
|Asiatic Acid||29- 30%|
|Beta Carotene||6.58 mg|
|Ascorbic acid 2.1||4 mg|