Even before going down in the historical accounts, the herbs of nature had become an indispensable part of human lives. The level to which the medicinal properties had worked for our ancestors is unimaginable. Not much of modern medicines have been able to reach that level, not even to this date.
While most of the herbs are still unknown to us, probably due to lack of exposure or accounts, the ones that were widely popular have been passed on to the new ideas and have made their way into the biochemical laboratories.
One of the very well known herbs to enhance memory and cognitive abilities in those who lack them is Bacopa monnieri. Bacopin is a drug synthesised from the extracts of the same. The drug comes under the classification of Nootropic. Popularly known as the ‘Brahmi’ in Sanskrit, this has been a household name in all Indian families who value higher learning by an upgraded brain.
An adaptogen, Bacopa or Bacopin, if taken, will reduce the motivation of the person who does not suffer from that level of anxiety.
The main compound mainly interacts with the dopamine and serotonin hormones. The key mechanism deals with communication of the neurons. Better connected, the neurons will help to process information faster than usual, and also, help grow more of dendrites (nerve endings).
It starts slowly at first. Practically, it takes weeks for Bacopin to have any significant effect, but they sustain for a long time, once put into action. The changes in the cognitive abilities for anxiety prone people are well noted. Back then, people would take Bacopa monierri with ghee (Indian butter). This is mainly to help it absorb better in the body. It is a fat-soluble herb and hence a lipid transporter like ghee used to be of help.
Well, this makes Bacopin available as a supplement as well. We the people cannot derive enough nutrition from the food we eat thanks to the fast life. But supplements come as a great saviour in this regard. At least, we can fill ourselves with essential nutrients by just popping in a tablet or capsule. But beware! The tablets of Bacopin are horribly bitter to taste. If you can down a capsule, consider yourself safe.
One can go on about sources, histories of herbs but it does not help unless you know what effects it has on the human body. Below are some points unearthed from various scientific research publications and what you may notice when you use Geniux.
It is needless to say how capable Bacopin when it comes to dealing with brain development. However, one must not confuse the Bacopa-Brahmi with other Brahmi herbs, which are actually gotu kola and other natural medicines.
However, to get its complete benefit, it is better to have it with other foods. Having it on an empty stomach could make you feel squeamish, or bloat too under worse conditions. Worse still, you might end up having diarrhoea. So you see, it is better not to take it lightly. The hers contain chemicals of medicines after all. Unwise usage can definitely lead to side effects.
Now that we know of the effects, we must lay an insight into its uses.
Bacopin has gained popularity as a supplement in today’s times. No other medicine has worked wonders on the adrenal hormone levels, the way Bacopin has. It has been a boon to the fast generation of today. With controlled and prescribed doses of Bacopin, the anxiety levels are expected to fall fast leading to peace of mind.
Being absolutely from a herb, Bacopin has little to no side effects, if taken correctly. You must know the proper dosage depending on your condition. Hence, it is better to take the advice of a medical practitioner before registering yourself to Bacopin.
The brain is the most essential part of our body. It is imperative that it serves as the perfect headquarter where nothing could go wrong. A healthy brain is a healthy body because all other functions will fall into place that way. The lines of communication and connection inside the body are all balanced up in the brain. Give it a dose of Bacopin if you feel you are thinking too much, tiring out your brain and all. Herbs to the rescue!