About the Book:
At its best, the human mind has awesome powers that can beat even super-computers, two such examples being Grandmaster Garry Kasparov and maths wizard Shankuntala Devi. Even the best of minds and memories, though, need to be nourished and honed. And Brahmi - a herb popular in India since Vedic times - does this best.
This booklet tells you all about the preventive, curative and restorative properties of Brahmi for numerous ailments, while stressing on its amazing memory-enhancing abilities. For those suffering from memory disorders of any kind, Brahmi is just the panacea recommended. Whether it's improving a young child's learning ability, a student's school, college or university performance or an elder person's failing memory, Brahmi produces phenomenal results.
About the Author:
Brijesh Regal is WHO Consultant to the Drugs Controller of India and chairman of the community pharmacy division of the Indian pharmaceutical association. He holds a master's degree in pharmacy from Delhi University. He is the founder of a prestigious pharmaceutical services organization, Apothecaries Limited.
He is the pioneer of the pharmaceutical care concept in India and has done extensive work in developing systems for informing patients and public about medicine usage. Mr Regal has conducted several WHO- sponsored workshops on 'Consumer awareness on proper usage of medicines' across the country.
As head of the Dabur Research Foundation, I have, for many years, been excited by the remarkable potential of herbs for promoting health and well-being. Certainly, this will come as no surprise to those of you who are familiar With, or have trusted, traditional Ayurvedic remedies for preventing and treating health disorders. What might surprise you, however, is that modern clinical studies and trials have now scientifically endorsed the therapeutic properties of many common and not-so-common herbs, and that such remedies are increasingly becoming popular with Western medical practitioners. One of the reasons for the resurgence of traditional herbal remedies is their proven efficacy combined with safety.
I was, therefore, delighted to learn that a series of simply written booklets is planned to spread awareness about the multiple health benefits of many indigenously available plants. At last, many more people will know why the world has recognised the usefulness of nutraceuticals for treating and preventing a host of common ailments, and chronic disorders -like arthritis, obesity, nutritional deficiencies, stress, memory loss, constipation, and the like.
It is my hope that readers will, henceforth, evaluate the natural options available to them for their own ailments. There is no doubt in my mind that they will greatly benefit from the remarkable properties of herbal remedies.
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