Tambuli or Tampu huli is basically originated in the state Karnataka of Indian subcontinent. As name says, (tampu meaning cool and huli is curry or raita) it is nothing but curd based side dish which is served with hot rice. Normally tambulis are not boiled except few. It is best to hydrate body and hence highly consumed in coastal region to balance the hot weather! It has many health benefits including probiotic which aids digestion. Centella asiatica or Indian pennywort; also referred as Brahmi is easily grown in any kitchen garden / pot (Indian climate). There are multiple varieties of this herb available. It is used in the kitchens of many of the Asian countries. Other than culinary usage, it also is an amazing herbal medicine. It is rich in Iron, calcium, vitamins and minerals. It is suggested to feed brahmi to children regularly as brahmi works as memory booster. It also works as sugar regulator in case of diabetes patients. A spoon of brahmi extract (juice) from crushed leaves help curing constipation in infants. It benefits treating dry scalp, dandruff and hair fall by using externally in hair oil. As per Ayurveda, the best time to consume brahmi is morning and it is advised to avoid in the night.