Gotu Kola

Gotu Kola is not only a mild adaptogen,[1],[2] but also has antioxidant properties.[1]

Preliminary evidence suggests it may have nootropic effects.[3] Gotu Kola is used to increase attention span and concentration,[4] and combat aging.[3]

Research on Gotu Kola indicates that it is effective in stimulating circulation, which helps support brain health.[1]

Researchers at Seoul National University modified the chemical structure of asiatic acid from Gotu Kola and found three derivatives reduced glutamate induced neurotoxicity.[5]

Each serving of Elebra contains 100mg of Gotu Kola, and is manufactured in the USA at a cGMP facility that has an "A" rating (the highest possible) from the National Nutritional Foods Association. We stand behind our product and offer a 100% Money Back Guarantee.

References
1. Winston, D., Maimes, S., Adaptogens: Herbs For Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief, 2007, pp. 226-7
2. "A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study on the Effects of Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) on Acoustic Startle
    Response in Healthy Subjects". Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology. 20(6):680-684, December 2000.
    Bradwejn, Jacques MD, FRCPC *; Zhou, Yueping MD, PhD ++; Koszycki, Diana PhD *; Shlik, Jakov MD, PhD.
3. Bradwejn, J., Zhou, Y., et al., "A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study On The Effects of Gotu Kola (Centella
    asiatica) on Acoustic Startle Response in Healthy Subjects", J. Clinical Psychopharmacology 2000 Dec;
    20(6):680-4
4. Brinkhause, B., Lindner, M., et al., "Chemical, Pharmacological and Clinical Profile of The East Asian Medical
    Plant Centella asiatica", Phytomedicine 2000 Oct; 7(5):427-48
5. Lee MK, Kim SR, Sung SH, Lim D, Kim H, Choi H, Park HK, Je S, Kid YC. Asiatic acid derivatives protect
    cultured cortical neurons from glutamate-induced excitotoxicity. Res Commun Mol Pathol Pharmacol. 2000
    Jul-Aug; 108(1-2):75-86.