Gotu kola

Gotu kola is a dietary supplement based on Indian pennywort plant, which is used to treat skin diseases, varicose veins, and convulsions.

Structure and Composition Gotu kola

 Gotu kola is produced in the form of capsules, tablets, powders and herbal tea
 The structure includes an extract Gotu kola pennywort, cellulose and talc.

The biological additive is produced in the form of capsules, tablets, powder, herbal tea.

Each capsule Gotu kola contains 550 mg of the main active ingredient and placed in plastic bottles of 60 capsules.

The pharmacological properties of Gotu kola

Gotu kola has been applied in the ancient Indian traditional medicine and is part of Ayurveda. Since the late 19th century, this plant became popular in Europe and America and has been used to treat skin diseases, burns and wounds.

Good reviews Gotu kola has received as an effective healing agent in the form of compresses. The components of the plant (triterpenes) enhance collagen formation and improve the condition of the connective tissue.

The active substances of biological additives clean the vessels and form a neurochemical communication of the nervous system.

After treatment Gotu kola improves skin condition disappear seal overgrown keloid scars, burns and wounds. Pennywort also strengthens blood vessels, normalizes blood circulation, relieves symptoms of varicose veins.

Medical studies have shown that 80% of patients with varicose veins improved the condition of the legs after taking supplements.

A lot of positive feedback received Gotu kola as a supplement, improves the functioning of the cardiovascular system. Gotu kola is suitable for prevention of diabetes and disorders of mental function. Components of the plant to improve memory, enhance the protective functions of the body and relieve the symptoms of fatigue.


Gotu kola is a dietary supplement for varicose veins, cardiovascular diseases, circulatory disorders, diabetes, stress and permanent fatigue, mental illness and neurological disorders.

Positive feedback received Gotu kola as a natural remedy recommended for the treatment of hypertension, epilepsy, atherosclerosis, skin diseases, burns, trophic ulcers and cuts, dizziness, increased intracranial pressure, vascular dystonia and depression.

Gotu kola as a herbal tea improves work capacity, normalizes women in menopause and boosts immunity.

Dosing Gotu kola

 Gotu kola is a dietary supplement based on Indian pennywort plant
 In accordance with the instruction of Gotu kola as tablets varicose veins should take 40-50 mg of extract - 400-500 mg 2-3 times a day. In case of burns, wounds and trophic ulcers should be applied powder or liquid extract on the affected area of ​​the skin. You can use both the dietary supplements in the form of the drug for domestic reception and local agents for the treatment of skin diseases.

According to the instructions Gotu kola can be used for poultices and infusions, and then apply them to the skin. Dietary supplements in the form of a medicinal tea must be brewed for 1 teaspoon, mixing with hot water, to insist 20 minutes and take 2-3 times a day.

Contraindications and side effects

Nutritional supplement Gotu kola is contraindicated if you are hypersensitive and allergic reactions to the presence of its components, pregnancy and lactation, cancer, severe diseases of the digestive system, cerebral circulatory disorders, schizophrenia and a reduced level of cholesterol in the blood.

Gotu kola is contraindicated after intoxication and in the postoperative period.

With care this supplement should be taken in psychosomatic disorders, constant drowsiness, low blood glucose levels in the elderly.

Gotu kola may cause dizziness, headache, sedation state, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, drowsiness, constipation, fatigue.

After a course of treatment can occur allergic reactions, including hives, skin rash, angioedema, bronchospasm, dermatitis, and erythema.