Centella Asiatica (Gotu Kola) Oil

The Sanskrit word for Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) is Brahmi, which means “knowledge.” If this plant could be personified, it would be one of the wisest plants in the plant kingdom. Gotu Kola is native to India and the tropical islands of the Indian Ocean

The use of Gotu Kola in topical applications is known to provide remarkable firming and anti-wrinkle benefits to the skin. It also prevents cellulite from forming. It has been shown to strengthen veins and capillaries and improve the flow of blood. Gotu Kola extract is used in healing of tissue and circulatory and venous problems. It shows dramatic results in wound healing of broken tissue, burns, and reducing the formation of scar tissue.

In India, the name “Tiger’s Grass” is sometimes used due to the fact that wounded Bengal tigers have been known to roll in the plant after a fight. Elephants are known to eat this plant, which gives it a reputation for providing long life.

In Ayurvedic tradition, the leaves of Centella asiatica are supposed to aid the Crown chakra. It is said to aid memory and bolster the immune system. SUNDĂRI is a pioneer in using Gotu Kola in the Western world. SUNDĂRI products and treatments based on Gotu Kola have won many accolades around the world.

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