Brahmi is basically a small creeping herb with numerous branches. It is well grown in warm and humid tropical to sub-tropical climates in damp and marshy areas. Brahmi has oval shaped leaves. The leaves of Brahmi are formed in pairs along the stems. Its small- tubular, five petaled flowers are white- purple in colour. Brahmi stem is soft, succulent, and hairy with the glands.
Excess consumption of Brahmi may lead to dry mouth, headache, dizziness, drowsiness, palpitation, and nausea.(2)
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