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Brahmi is a 100% natural product which is a nervine tonic that enhances learning, academic performance and improves mental ability. It acts as an anti-anxiety agent and is used in several mental disorders.

Brahmi is a perfect medication in case of poor memory, disturbed concentration, stress and anxieties, fatigue and weakness, attention deficit disorder (ADD), Alzheimer's disease, arthritis and joint pains, cold and bronchitis.

Brahmi also calms restlessness in children.

Brahmi consists of such ingredients as: Brahmi Herbs.


Brahmi is available in capsules which are taken by mouth.

It is recommended to take 1 Brahmi capsule twice a day before meals.


If you overdose Brahmi and you don't feel good you should visit your doctor or health care provider immediately.


Store at room temperature between 15 and 30 degrees C (59 and 86 degrees F) away from moisture, light and heat. Keep this medicine in the original bottle. Throw away any unused medicine after the expiration date. Keep out of the reach of children.

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Bacopa monnieri (L.) Pennell, commonly known as Brahmi is an important medicinal plant traditionally used as memory enhancer and antiepileptic agent.

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Aged people are more prone to developing neurodegenerative and infectious diseases, autoimmune disorders, and cancer due to impairment of neuroendocrine-immune functions. Neuronal degeneration and immunosuppression aided by increased generation of reactive oxygen species combined with loss of antioxidant enzyme activities promote the aging process. Bacopa monnieri (brahmi), an Ayurvedic herb, and donepezil, a reversible acetylcholinesterase inhibitor, have been used to reverse cognitive dysfunctions in several neurodegenerative diseases. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of in vitro incubation of lymphocytes from spleens of young (3-month-old), early middle-aged (8- to 9-month-old), and old (18-month-old) F344 rats with brahmi (0.001%, 0.01%, 0.05%, 0.1%, and 1%) and donepezil (5, 10, 25, 50, and 100 μg/ml) on Concanavalin (Con A)-induced proliferation of T lymphocytes and cytokine production, and the activities of antioxidant enzymes [superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT), glutathione peroxidase (GPx) and glutathione-S-transferase (GST)]. In addition, the effects of these compounds on the expression of intracellular signaling pathway markers (ERK, p-ERK, CREB, p-CREB, Akt and p-Akt), nitric oxide (NO) production, and the extent of lipid peroxidation were measured in the splenocytes. Age-related decline in Con A-induced proliferation of T lymphocytes was not reversed by treatment with brahmi and donepezil but donepezil alone further reduced the lymphocyte proliferation in young rats. Lower doses of brahmi treatment reversed the age-related decrease in Con A-induced IL-2 and IFN-γ production by the splenocytes while their production by splenocytes was suppressed by treatment with donepezil in the young and early middle-aged rats. An age-associated decline in the activities of SOD, CAT, GPx, and GST was evident in the lymphocytes of spleen. Brahmi enhanced CAT activity of lymphocytes in all the age groups while donepezil increased SOD activity in old rats. Both brahmi and donepezil increased GPx and GST activities in a dose-dependent manner in the lymphocytes of all age groups. There was an age-related decline in NO production and increase in the extent of lipid peroxidation in the splenocytes. Brahmi and donepezil increased NO production in the lymphocytes of early middle-aged and old rats. Brahmi reversed the age-related increase in lipid peroxidation in the splenocytes of both early-middle-aged and old rats while donepezil suppressed lipid peroxidation only in the splenocytes of old rats. The expressions of p-ERK1/2 and p-CREB in the splenocytes were elevated following treatment with brahmi and donepezil in the early middle-aged and old rats while age-related decline in p-Akt expression was reversed by treatment of lymphocytes with brahmi alone in early-middle-aged and old rats. Taken together, these results suggest that both brahmi and donepezil exert distinct age-related effects on the cell-mediated immune responses through selective modulation of antioxidant enzyme activities and intracellular targets that may influence the therapeutic efficacy of these drugs in neurodegenerative diseases.

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Nine studies met the inclusion criteria using 518 subjects. Overall quality of all included trials was low risk of bias and quality of reported information was high. Meta-analysis of 437 eligible subjects showed improved cognition by shortened Trail B test (-17.9 ms; 95% CI -24.6 to -11.2; p<0.001) and decreased choice reaction time (10.6 ms; 95% CI -12.1 to -9.2; p<0.001).

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Bacopa monniera Wettst. (syn. Herpestis monniera L.; Hindi - Brahmi) is classified in Ayurveda, the classical Indian system of medicine, as Medhyarasayana, a group of plant derived drugs used as nervine tonics to promote mental health and improve memory and intellect. Earlier experimental and clinical studies have demonstrated the memory-promoting action of the plant extracts and that of its active saponins, bacoside A and B. The present study was designed to investigate the anxiolytic activity of a standardized extract (bacoside A content 25.5 ± 0.8%) of B. monniera (BM), since the plant is used in Ayurveda in clinical conditions resembling the modern concept of anxiety disorders. The animal models used have been extensively validated as experimental models of anxiety and included the open-field, elevated plusmaze, social interaction and novelty-suppressed feeding latency tests in rats. BM was used at doses of 5, 10 and 20 mg/kg, p.o. and the results were compared with those elicited by lorazepam, a well known benzodiazepine anxiolytic, used at a dose of 0.5 mg/kg, i.p. BM produced a dose-related anxiolytic activity, qualitatively comparable to that of lorazepam, in all the test parameters. However, statistically significant results were elicited usually by the higher two doses of BM. BM did not produce any significant motor deficit, at the doses used, as was evidenced by using the rota-rod test. The findings correlate with the clinical use of the plant in Ayurveda. The advantage of B. monniera over the widely used benzodiazepine anxiolytics lies in the fact that it promotes cognition unlike the amnesic action of the latter.

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The present study was designed to examine the binding and signalling effects of single base and CpG dinucleotide phosphodiester (Po) oligodeoxynucleotides (ODN) on the human natural killer (NK)-like cell line (YT-INDY). Single base Po ODN composed of 20-mers of guanosine (dG20), adenosine (dA20), cytosine (dC20) or thymidine (dT20) as well as 'conventional' Po CpG ODN were examined for their ability to bind and activate YT-INDY cells. Binding by dG20 and CpG ODN to YT-INDY cells was saturable and specific. dG20 binding was competitively inhibited by homologous dG20 and heterologous CpG ODN but not by dC20 and dA20. Two different YT-INDY membrane proteins (18 and 29 kDa) were identified by ligand (Southwestern) blotting with biotinylated dG20 and CpG. The specificity of the ODN-binding protein(s) was further confirmed by ODN depletion experiments using a teleost recombinant protein orthologue [nonspecific cytotoxic cells (NCC) cationic antimicrobial protein-1 (ncamp-1)] known to bind CpG and dG20. Cell proliferation and activation studies showed that dG20 and CpG treatment of YT-INDY cells induced cellular DNA synthesis (i.e. G1 to S-phase conversion). This signalling function was accompanied in dG20-treated cells by proliferation 10 h posttreatment. Both dG20 and CpG ODN binding induced a calcium flux in YT-INDY cells within seconds of treatment. These experiments demonstrated that Po single base dG20 and CpG ODN bind to a (potential) new class of cell-surface proteins that mediate the activation of YT-INDY cells.

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Cognitive deficit observed in rats receiving PCP was mediated by NMDAR1 up-regulation in CA2/3 and DG Interestingly, receiving Brahmi before PCP administration can restore this cognitive deficit by decreasingNMDAR1 in these brain areas. Therefore, Brahmi could be a novel neuroprotective agentfor the prevention ofcognitive deficit in schizophrenia.

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Bacopa monnieri (L.), popularly known as Brahmi, is a revered Ayurvedic medicinal plant used as nerve tonic since time immemorial. The present study aims to investigate the neuroprotective effect of bacosides, the active saponins of Bacopa monnieri (L.) against age associated neurodegeneration and its impact over the prevention of Senile Dementia of Alzheimer's Type (SDAT). The optimum dose of bacosides with no adverse effect was selected by screening its dose dependant activity on ageing biomarker lipofuscin and SDAT biomarker neurotransmitter acetylcholine in the aged female Wistar rat brain. The selected therapeutic dose of bacosides (200 mg/kg) was orally administered for 3 months in middle aged and aged rats and further investigated for its protective action against age associated alterations in neurotransmission system, behavioral paradigms, hippocampal neuronal loss and oxidative stress markers. The results of the present study suggest that bacosides may act as a potential therapeutic intervention in forestalling the deleterious effects of ageing and preventing the age associated pathologies like SDAT.

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The results in P mice thus suggest that Brahmi treatment causes reversible suppression of spermatogenesis and fertility, without producing apparent toxic effects.

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A study is reported on the effects of Brahmi (Bacopa monniera) on human memory. Seventy-six adults aged between 40 and 65 years took part in a double-blind randomized, placebo control study in which various memory functions were tested and levels of anxiety measured. There were three testing sessions: one prior to the trial, one after three months on the trial, and one six weeks after the completion of the trial. The results show a significant effect of the Brahmi on a test for the retention of new information. Follow-up tests showed that the rate of learning was unaffected, suggesting that Brahmi decreases the rate of forgetting of newly acquired information. Tasks assessing attention, verbal and visual short-term memory and the retrieval of pre-experimental knowledge were unaffected. Questionnaire measures of everyday memory function and anxiety levels were also unaffected.

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Nordihydroguaiaretic acid (NDGA), quercetin, eicosatetraynoic acid (ETYA), phenidone, and esculetin, agents known to inhibit cellular lipoxygenase (LO) activity, also inhibit human natural killer cell-mediated cytotoxicity (NK-CMC) of K562 tumor target cells (TC) in a dose-dependent fashion. Kinetic analysis demonstrated that LO inhibitors blocked an early event in the activation of the lytic mechanism but did not impair conjugate formation. LO inhibitors also did not affect subsequent chromium release, indicating that their site of inhibition was the NK cell and not the TC. The lipoxygenase products 5-hydroperoxyeicosatetraenoic acid (5-HPETE) and leukotriene-B4 significantly enhanced NK activity, with 5-HPETE being the more effective. Other LO products tested included 15-HPETE and the hydroxy derivatives 15-hydroxyeicosatetraenoic acid (15-HETE) and 5-HETE. These LO metabolites were either without effect on NK-CMC or inhibitory, depending upon the concentration. Additionally, we examined the ability of 5-HPETE to circumvent the effects of LO inhibitors and found that, in the presence of NDGA, ETYA or quercetin, 5-HPETE significantly (p less than 0.001) restored lytic activity. Inhibitors of LTB4 and LTC4 synthesis, diethylcarbamazine and U-60,257 respectively, produced no inhibition of NK activity. In fact, U-60,257 significantly (p less than 0.05) enhanced NK-CMC. Previous studies in our laboratory, with a new technique which allows for the separation of NK cells from K562 cells, have shown that K562-treated effector cells are greater than 90% inactivated when retested against fresh K562 in the standard chromium release assay. Lipids were extracted from K562-treated, Percoll-purified LGL and evaluated by thin-layer chromatography (TLC) and high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). No significant increases were seen in the arachidonic acid-derived LO products evaluated. Thus, our studies indicate that lipoxygenation may be required in the activation of NK-CMC, possibly as a means to generate oxygen radicals which have been previously implicated in NK-CMC.

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The mechanism(s) of natural killer (NK) cell-mediated cytotoxicity (CMC) remains largely unknown. In this study, we investigated the possibility of human NK cells to exhibit an oxidative burst (OB) after stimulation by K562, an NK-sensitive target cell (TC). The addition of catalase (CAT) or superoxide dismutase (SOD) to the NK-mediated cytotoxic assay had no effect on NK-CMC. In contrast, CAT and SOD effectively modulated the cytotoxicity mediated by phorbol-12-myristate-13-acetate (PMA)-activated polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNL) against three different tumor TC, including K562. CAT abrogated, while SOD enhanced PMA-activated PMNL-mediated cytotoxicity. The synergistic effect of SOD and PMA was suppressed in a dose-dependent fashion by CAT. Furthermore, by chemiluminescence (CL) and SOD-inhibitable reduction of cytochrome c, we failed to detect an OB associated with K562-stimulated NK cells. PMNL, however, rapidly responded to PMA (10 ng/ml), generating almost 10(6) cpm within 20 min Avodart Drug Class and 26.7 nM O-2/10(6) cells/30 min, as detected by CL and reduction of cytochrome c, respectively. Finally, K562 alone, at cell concentrations corresponding to effector cell:target cell (EC:TC) ratios of 1:1 and 1:10, reduced cytochrome c, but this reduction was not inhibited by SOD, thus suggesting a diaphorase activity. Overall, we show that: a) tumor cell destruction by human NK cells and by PMA-activated PMNL is mediated by different mechanisms; and b) NK-CMC against a sensitive TC does not involve an OB.

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We investigated the inactivation of human NK cells, a population of large granular lymphocytes (LGL), with K562, an NK-sensitive target cell (TC) and KLCL, an NK-resistant TC, but which can be lysed by NK cells via antibody (Ab)-dependent cellular cytotoxicity. NK-enriched effector cells (ECc) were first treated with either K562 or Ab-coated KLCL (Ab-KLCL). After incubation, ECc were separated from their TC then examined for residual NK and ADCC activities, phenotypic changes, and changes in LGL morphology. K562-treated ECc and Ab-KLCL-treated ECc, when retested against the inactivating TC, respectively, lost greater than 90% of their lytic activities. However, K562-treated ECc lost 60 to 70% of their activity against Ab-KLCL, whereas Ab-KLCL-treated ECc lost less than 10% of their activity against K562. In contrast to what we observed with K562-treated ECc, we detected significant reductions in plasma membrane expression of Leu-11a and Leu-11b on Ab-KLCL-treated ECc. Although the proportion of OKM1+ cells remained unchanged after the inactivation process, the density of OKM1 on both K562-treated ECc and Ab-KLCL-treated ECc increased significantly. Morphologic analysis revealed no apparent differences in the percentages of LGL before and after treatment with K562 or Ab-KLCL. Finally, IL-2 restored lytic potential to both K562-treated ECc and Ab-KLCL-treated ECc and, in addition, IL-2-induced enhancement of Ab-KLCL-treated ECc was accompanied by Protonix Recommended Dosage a partial reexpression of Leu-11a. These data support the hypothesis that NK-cell-mediated cytotoxicity and antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity may result from a common lytic mechanism, although the initiation steps and regulation of the pathway are distinct.

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Taraxacum officinale (L.) Weber, commonly known as Dandelion, has been widely used as a folkloric medicine for the treatment of liver and kidney disorders and some women diseases such as breast and uterus cancers. The main objective of the present study was to assess the efficiency of T. officinale leaf extract (TOE) in treating sodium dichromate hazards; it is a major environmental pollutant known for its wide toxic manifestations witch induced liver injury. TOE at a dose of 500 mg/kg b.w was orally administered once per day for 30 days consecutively, followed by 10 mg/kg b.w Cipro Po Mg sodium dichromate was injected (intraperitoneal) for 10 days. Our results using Wistar rats showed that sodium dichromate significantly increased serum biochemical parameters. In the liver, it was found to induce an oxidative stress, evidenced from increase in lipid peroxidation and changes in antioxidative activities. In addition, histopathological observation revealed that sodium dichromate causes acute liver damage, necrosis of hepatocytes, as well as DNA fragmentation. Interestingly, animals that were pretreated with TOE, prior to sodium dichromate administration, showed a significant hepatoprotection, revealed by a significant reduction of sodium dichromate-induced oxidative damage for all tested markers. These finding powerfully supports that TOE was effective in the protection against sodium dichromate-induced hepatotoxicity and genotoxicity and, therefore, suggest a potential therapeutic use of this plant as an alternative medicine for patients with acute liver diseases.

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Our laboratory has previously demonstrated that natural killer (NK) cell-mediated cytotoxicity is protein kinase C (PKC)-dependent and that PKC is translocated from the cytoplasm to the plasma membrane during NK cell activation. Furthermore, exposuring NK cells to a sensitive target cell for 4-6 hr at 37 degrees C rendered NK cells functionally inactive and these inactivated effector cells (i) do not turn over PI in response to K562 stimulation and (ii) lose mRNA for perforin and granzyme A and B less than 30 min after contact with K562. In this study, we first confirmed earlier findings that the interaction of sensitive Serevent Reviews target cells with human NK cells triggers an influx of extracellular calcium into NK cells. In addition, using flow cytometry we demonstrated that there was a delayed maximum uptake of extracellular calcium into functionally inactive NK cells when these cells were reexposed to fresh K562. Finally, we demonstrated that exposuring NK cells to K562 for 4 hr leads to a loss of NK cytotoxic activity and to the maximal expression of CD69.

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Bacopa monnieri, Linn. (Brahmi, BM), traditionally used to improve mental health in Indian ayurvedic system of medicine is known to possess various neuropharmacolgical properties. In the recent past, Drosophila has been widely used as a model to study various neurodegenerative diseases. Environmental toxins like rotenone, a specific inhibitor of complex I is employed to increase oxidative stress mediated neuropathology and sporadic Parkinson's disease. In this study, we examined the neuroprotective properties of BM against rotenone induced oxidative damage and neurotoxicity. Flies (Oregon K strain, adult males) exposed to a standardized BM powder for 7 days in the diet exhibited significant diminution in the levels of endogenous oxidative markers viz., malondialdehyde, hydroperoxide and protein carbonyl content. Further, BM offered complete protection against rotenone (500 microM) induced oxidative stress and markedly inhibited dopamine depletion (head region, 33%; body region, 44%) in flies. Flies exposed to rotenone+BM exhibited a lower incidence of mortality (40-66% protection) and performed better in a negative geotaxis assay (45-65%) both suggesting the neuroprotective potential of BM. Interestingly, BM also conferred significant resistance (43-54% protection) in a paraquat oxidative stress bioassay. The neuroprotective effects of BM were highly comparable to those of a commercially available Brahmi preparation. Although the precise mechanism/s underlying the neuroprotective efficacy of BM are not clear, it is hypothesized that it is wholly or in part related to its ability to mitigate rotenone induced oxidative stress. Further, our approach confirms the utility of the Drosophila model in screening putative neuroprotective phytomedicines prior to their use in mammalian models.

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