A typical dose of brahmi powder is teaspoon, once or twice daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.It has long been used in Ayurvedic medicine to increase focus and retention.

It is commonly used fresh as a salad ingredient, but the herb can also be dried and ground and used with other herbs.Some drying medications called "anticholinergic drugs" can also these same chemicals, but in a different way.Traditional daily doses of Bacopa are 5- 10 g of non-standardized powder, 8-16 mL of infusion, and 30 mL daily of syrup (Brahmi).

Bacopa might increase levels of certain chemicals in the body that work in the brain, heart, and elsewhere.Support focus and concentration encourage a balanced emotional state promote daytime energy and nighttime sleep.Post-digestive quality (Vipaka Sweet, quality (Guna Dry, light, tissue (Dhatu Blood, bone, fat muscle, and nerve.