What is bacopa?

Answer Bacopa, also known as water hyssop, is a genus of aquatic plants mostly native to the tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas. Some bacopa species are used as aquarium plants. In Ayurvedic... Read More »

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What is bacopa used for?

Bacopa is an herb native to India that is used in Ayurvedic medicine and as a tonic for the nervous system and heart. It is used in the treatment of Alzheimer's, anxiety, epilepsy, insanity and ast... Read More »

What is bacopa monnieri extract?

Bacopa monnieri, a medicinal herb, has been used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine. The creeping perennial is found in wetlands and is also grown in pots and hanging planters for a beautiful floral effe... Read More »

What Are the Benefits of Bacopa Monniera Leaves?

Bacopa monniera, often known simply as bacopa or water hyssop, grows in marshy locations in its native India, according to the University of Michigan Health System. Extracts prepared from the stems... Read More »

How do I plant bacopa?

Grow in Sunny PositionGrow your bacopa in a sunny position in well-drained soil. As a native from India, they like to grow in warm places and do particularly well in hanging baskets, window boxes o... Read More »