Eclipta Alba

A Com­mon Weed That’s Really A

Mir­a­cle Herb

Eclipta Alba

bhringraj plant

bhringraj used for making bhringaraj oil

Also known as mahabhringraj, bhringaraj, bhringraja, kehraj or karisalankanni, it has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine, Unani herbal medicine, and Chinese medicine.

Most people, who are aware of eclipta alba, use  mahabhringraj oil to combat hair loss, and they are having astounding success. Eclipta alba does have the amazing property of restoring a full head of hair to sufferers of female hair loss, and it will restore damaged hair to youthful glory. However, treating hair loss in women and men is only the beginning of what this amazing herb can do.

Bhringaraj has been used for a wide range of conditions, including detoxification (especially liver detoxification), purification, combating swelling, inflammation, skin conditions, many diseases of aging, and much more. In fact, so much more that we have created an entire section to discuss how ancient, natural remedies have brought relief to people before modern medicine. Click on Conditions to learn more.

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Eclipta alba – a future drug against high blood pressure?

Diuretic, Hypoten­sive, and Hypoc­ho­les­terolemic Effects of Eclipta alba in Mild Hyper­ten­sive Sub­jects1. Eclipta alba is a ancient med­i­c­i­nal plant, most widely used in the Indian sub­con­ti­nent. It has been used for cen­turies for a wide spec­trum of med­ical con­di­tions, includ­ing infec­tion, inflam­ma­tion, fever, con­sti­pa­tion and as a rem­edy for liver protection. In a research study from 2007, researchers eval­u­ated the poten­tial of Eclipta alba to treat hyper­ten­sion – high blood pres­sure, a com­mon dis­ease in the west­ern world. Sixty males with high blood pres­sure and a seden­tary life-style were enrolled into a clin­i­cal trial in India. They were sep­a­rated into two groups; the first group received six cap­sules con­tain­ing Eclipta extract a day (treat­ment group), the sec­ond group received the same num­ber of cap­sules, but with a placebo, i.e. there was no Eclipta extract in them (placebo or con­trol group). The clin­i­cal trial was ran­dom­ized, the par­tic­i­pants could not and did not know whether they had received Eclipta cap­sules or a placebo. The vol­un­teers in the study were fol­lowed for sixty days and their health reg­u­larly eval­u­ated. There were no impor­tant dif­fer­ences in the first weeks between the two groups. How­ever, all par­tic­i­pants were exam­ined on the 45th day of the study and patients in the treat­ment group had sig­nif­i­cantly lower blood pres­sure com­pared to their ini­tial val­ues at the time of enroll­ment. Not sur­pris­ingly, patients on placebo had no mea­sur­able drop in blood pres­sure. On a follow-up visit fif­teen days later, the blood pres­sure in treated par­tic­i­pants dropped even fur­ther and was within the nor­mal, ref­er­ence value range for healthy people. In other words, Eclipta alba pro­vided ade­quate treat­ment...
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