Gotu Kola (centella-asiatica) benefits and side effects
Therapeutic use of Gotu kola also known as Asiatic pennywort has its roots in India, where it is still part of the ancient healing tradition known as Ayurveda. The legend of their medicinal effects in skin disease has gradually spread from Asia to Europe, where it is widely used to treat burns and other injuries. Gotu Kola is a red flowering plant that thrives in hot, swampy areas in India, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Central and Southern Africa, Australia, China and southern U.S. states. The appearance of this slender creeping perennial with changes according to where the rising water (large fan-shaped leaves) or dry (small thin leaves). For therapeutic purposes, the most commonly used letters.
The most common application of Gotu kola (centella asiatica)
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