Common Names: Gotu Kola, Indian Pennywort, Hydrocotyle, Brahmi, Centella, Brahmi, Gotu Kola Herb, Centella Asiatica, Asiatic Pennywort, Han Ke Cao, Lei Gong Gen Botanical Name: Centella asiatica Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Ji Xue Cao Beng Da Wan Gotu Kola Dosage: Consult your healthcare professional provider for your correct dose. Gotu Kola Precautions: Do not use if nursing or pregnant. Use caution if you are taking prescription drugs for depression, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol.
Gotu Kola Benefits & Information
Gotu Kola is a cooling herb traditional Chinese medicinal herb to clear heat, promote diuresis, resolve swelling and remove toxicity. Gotu Kola promotes a positive mental state, benefits memory, promotes circulation, benefits skin health, promotes gastrointestinal health and supports joint flexibility. It has anti-inflammatory, sedative, antioxidant and analgesic effects. Gotu Kola Properties: Cold, Acrid, Bitter Gotu Kola Channels / Meridians: Bladder, Spleen, Stomach Gotu Kola Naturally Occurring Components: pentacyclic triterpenoid saponins, quercetin, geraniol, linalool, Beta-carotene, stigmsterol, vitamin K
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