What is Bacopa monnieri?
The white flowering plant, Bacopa monnieri is a traditional Ayurvedic (Indian) medicinal herb which helps to support memory and learning.
The history of Bacopa monnieri use
Bacopa monnieri, also known as bacopa or brahmi, has a very long history of traditional use. It is cited in the religious, social and medical literature of India from as long ago as roughly 1500 BC.
Bacopa monnieri can also be traced back to the time of Athar Ved (C.800 BC), where it was mentioned in the third chapter of Athar Samhita. It was later found in the compilation of teachings of the ancient Persian prophet Zoroaster (the founder of the Zorastrian religion, c. 600 BC).
More recently, the government of India has recognised the benefits of Bacopa monnieri by releasing a postal stamp featuring the herb.
In its many mentions throughout history, Bacopa monnieri has been associated with a variety of health benefits - yet its memory and learning effects have attracted the most attention in recent decades.
The specific extract used by Flordis
Flordis uses a specific Bacopa monnieri extract known as CDRI 08, which is extracted and formulated using a special process. This individual and highly technical process ensures a consistentcy of Bacopa monnieri is used in every batch of Flordis' KeenMind - meaning each final product will contain the same high-quality clinically proven extract.
The health outcomes of natural medicines can vary considerably depending on how they are produced. As such, Flordis pays very specific attention to the growing, harvesting, and processing of its products to ensure consistent medicine from one batch to the next.
Flordis always uses the same CDRI 08 Bacopa monnieri extract in each pack of KeenMind to ensure the consistency and reliability in every product. This means that when you take KeenMind, you are choosing a reliable natural medicine that will live up to the outcomes demonstrated in the clinical trials.