Gotu Kola Complex – promoting circulation & healing primarily varicose veins

Promoting circulation & healing varicose veins

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Gotu Kola Plus is food supplement complex to promote circulation & healing.

Ingredients: Gotu Kola (Centella Asiatica), Gingko Biloba and Myrrh. Liquid extract in sugarcane alcohol (40%-54%), distilled water and dried herbs/menstruum ratio 1:4 (100ml) made December 2020 with expiry date November 2025.

Direction: either taking 1/2 tsp (2,5 – 3ml) of the tincture beneath the tongue and allowing it to enter the bloodstream sublingually or put 1/2 tsp in 250 ml hot/warm water and leave uncover for five minutes so the alcohol is evaporated, if it is undesirable for recovering alcoholics. Should be taken twice daily on empty stomach for 1 week. Week 2 increase the dose to 1tsp x 2 daily for 1 week and week 3 1tsp x 3 daily up to full 6 weeks from 1st week.

Capsules are made to order and an average of 4 capsules per day is recommended. However, for sever condition of varicose veins 2 capsules x 3 daily before main meal up to 6 weeks from 1st week.

Precaution

  • as this supplement contains Gingko Biloba, it should not be taken with blood thinners and should be discontinued two weeks before any surgery. In the event of emergency surgery, it is well advised that the physician be notified in order to avoid any bleeding problems during the procedure.
  • It should also be avoided by those with such bleeding disorders as hemophilia, or those at risk for hemorrhagic stroke, especially those who smoke or use amphetamines or cocaine.
  • Those who are pregnant or lactating should also avoid this herb.

Benefits:

Gotu Kola contains substances that are used to build brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) instrumental in memory and learning, and may hold promise in slowing the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. They may also improve learning in some children with developmental disorders. Gotu kola appears to be most useful in building healthy connective tissue, thereby reducing formation of scar tissue. It may also improve circulation, probably by strengthening the walls of veins and other blood vessels. It is commonly used to promote skin healing, including that of psoriasis, syphilis, and leprosy; to reduce the scarring of surgical incisions; to treat varicose veins and improve circulation; to rebuild connective tissue; and to improve memory while slowing the ageing process. 

Gotu Kola has been used to treat varicose veins and to reduce phlebitis. A standardized extract called TECA has been shown to speed the healing of burns, skin ulcers, skin grafts, and surgical incisions. It not only promoted healing but also reduced the formation of scar tissue. In another small study involving patients with severe psoriasis, five of the seven participants had their skin lesions disappear within seven weeks. Many other studies have demonstrated its effectiveness in learning disabilities, reducing pain and swelling, and killing of cancer cells in a lab culture. The herb can be taken internally for these conditions or used in compresses for external conditions. The only side effect is that it can cause drowsiness if taken in very large doses.

Gingko Biloba leaves, fresh or dried, are used to improve circulation, especially to the brain, and to maintain a plentiful blood flow to the central nervous system. Tablets/capsules are taken for poor circulation and memory loss. The primary benefits of ginkgo seem to derive from its ability to promote the dilation of blood vessels, which improves blood flow throughout the body. This prevents the buildup of fluid (edema), reducing a wide range of disorders affecting the legs, brain, eyes, ears, and other organs.

In addition, it seems to inhibit the formation of blood clots and functions as an antioxidant, reducing the cellular damage caused by free radicals. It may also affect such brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) as norpinephrine, serotonin, monoamine oxidase, acetylcholine, and nitric oxide, as well as inhibiting the synthesis of corticosteroids, as well as to enhance energy and reduce depression.

Myrrh has long been used for cancers, leprosy, syphilis, sores, sore throats, asthma, coughs, bad breath, weak gums, and loose teeth. Currently, it is used for treating such conditions as those involving bleeding, pain, and wounds, as hemorrhoids, menstrual difficulties, tumors, and arthritis. Since myrrh is not soluble in water, it cannot be taken in the form of an infusion, but only in powder or tincture form.

Be understood that these products are intended as food supplements only, not to heal any kind of illness. Just because herbs are “natural”, it does not mean that they are safe for everyone to use.  All medicines, including herbs, should be avoided during pregnancy unless prescribed by a doctor or herbalist. Never give herbs to babies and children without checking with a qualified professional first.  I/WE can not accept responsibility for any adverse effects which arise from self medication. The directions and advice given have been taken from numerous databases and books on herbalism that have been researched carefully.

The product is available in tincture and capsule form in my shop at etsy.com/shop/reefgekko

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