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Gotu Kola

Allays Stress & Promotes Skin Health

Introduction :

Gotu Kola effectively promotes Skin Health owing to its potent anti-aging effect on Skin, whereby it efficiently enhances the youthful radiance of the Skin.

This adaptogenic herb, native to Southeast Asia, has been used traditionally as a brain tonic in Ayurvedic medicine.  It is also referred to as Food for the Brainbecause Gotu Kola (Mandookaparni) is extremely useful as a Nervine Tonic, which significantly alleviates restlessness, stress, anxiety and fatigue, improves Cognitive functions and promotes a sound Sleep as well.

Actions :

  • Asiaticoside, a triterpenoid and powerful active constituent of Gotu Kola, exerts potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities.1
  • Significant anxiolytic effect in both acute and chronic anxiety.2
  • Potent neuroprotective impact as it efficiently prevents amyloid plaque formation in Alzheimer’s disease, dopamine neurotoxicity in Parkinson’s and significantly reduces oxidative stress.3
  • Powerful anticonvulsant activity.
  • Significantly improves Strength (Physical and Psychological performance) resulting in the increase of Health-related Quality of Life (HQOL).4
  • Considerable anti-allergic, anti-pruritic and anti-inflammatory activities.
  • An effective Cardioprotective herb as well.

Indications :

Gotu Kola is extremely useful in the following conditions:

  • Learning, Concentration and Memory Deficits
  • Prevention against age related neuroinflammation and allied disorders, such as Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
  • Disturbed Sleep and Lack of Sleep
  • Stress, anxiety, fatigue, Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and allied lowered Immunity
  • Leprosy, lupus, varicose ulcers, eczema, psoriasis5
  • (As an adjuvant in)Parkinsonism and Epilepsy

Dosage / Serving Size

1 Capsule twice daily with water after meals.


60 Capsules in a Single Pack.


  • Wan J, Gong X, Jiang R, et al. Antipyretic and anti-inflammatory effects of Asiaticoside in Lipopolysaccharide-treated Rat through Up-regulation of Heme Oxygenase-1. Phytotherapy Research. 2012; PMID: 22972613.
  • Wanasuntronwong A, Tantisira MH, et al. Anxiolytic effects of standardized extract of Centellaasiatica (ECa 233) after chronic immobilization stress in mice. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 2012; 143(2): 579-85.
  • Orhan IE. Centellaasiatica (L.) Urban: From Traditional Medicine to Modern Medicien with Neuroprotective Potential. Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative medicine. 2012; 2012: 946259.
  • Mato L, Wattanathorn J, et al. Centellaasiatica improves Physical Performance and Health-Related Quality of Life in Healthy Elderly Volunteer. Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2011; 2011: 579467.
  • Gohil KJ, Patel JA, Gajjar AK. Pharmacological Review on Centellaasiatica: A Potential Herbal Cure-all. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2010; 72(5): 546-56.

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