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Abstract

MEDHYA ACTIVITY OF BRAHMYADI GHRITA

Dr. Santosh Suryakant Pusadkar*, Dr. Bharat Rathi and Dr. Sunil G. Topare

ABSTRACT

Depressed memory, lesser retention and slow recall are frequent problems in today‟s stressful and competitive world. Children are also facing same problem in this competitive era in concentration on study. It‟s necessary to add any substitute to enhance their memory and learning capacity. Brahmi is a famous plant used for memory enhancing property and increase in concentration. It is also used in combination with other herbs to increase its potency on CNS. Apart from regularly used formulation Brahmi Ghrita, a different one titled Brahmyadi Ghrita comprising of Brahmi, Siddharthak, Vacha, Sariva, Kushtha, Pippali, Saindhav lavan; processed in cow ghee is mentioned in Ashtanghridaya especially for various CNS conditions of children. Thus, the present study was undertaken to prepare & standardized the drug (BG) and investigates the effects on cognitive function of children. Improvement in learning and memory activity was studied using JPIP test for numerical ability and test of higher mental ability in science in children of age group 10 to 16 years. BG of study group and goghrita of control group was administered in one dose of 10 gms per day to participant. Scores was recorded and analyse statistcally by using„t‟ test and ANOVA for result. In this study it showed that learning and memory is significantly (p < 0.005) increased in children after 30 days of BG treatment of study group compared to goghrita of control group and plain group.

Keywords: Brahmyadi Ghrita, Memory.


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