When you purchase certified organic herbs from Banyan Botanicals, you can be confident that you are making a healthful choice, while also contributing to a healthier planet. In order to meet the USDA’s stringent organic standards our entire line of supply is regularly inspected by independent 3rd party certifying agencies.Learn More
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This rejuvenative oil is made with organic brahmi/gotu kola and organic bacopa, both known as brahmi in various parts of India. The herbs are cooked into an organic coconut oil for a cooling application, this product is also offered in a base of organic sesame oil. Brahmi Oil is balancing to all three doshas and is beneficial for clearing and calming the mind and enhancing peaceful meditation. Brahmi is said to bestow intelligence upon its user and can be massaged into the scalp to subtly promote awareness and mental function. Used at night on the scalp, it can help support healthy sleep patterns and aid in the rejuvenation of the nervous system.
California Customers: WARNING
Refined Coconut Oil+, Brahmi/Gotu Kola leaf (Centella asiatica)+, Bacopa herb (Bacopa monnieri)+.
Banyan oils are packaged in recyclable BPA-free plastic containers.
This item contains no animal products and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Brahmi Oil may appear cloudy or thicker during cold months because it contains coconut oil, which begins to solidify at temperatures below 76℉.
WARNING: All oils make surfaces slippery and can be combustible. Use caution when drying or storing linens exposed to oils as they are potentially combustible when exposed to heat. Consult your dryer manufacturer’s guidelines for drying linens that have been in contact with oils.
Warm oil if desired. Apply to the scalp and hair (or other chosen areas), massaging until the oil is mostly absorbed.
For external use only.
Environmentally responsible practices support the long term well-being of the plants and ecosystems we source from.
Organic herbs are grown with the use of renewable resources, contributing to both individual and planetary health.
Equitable supply chains ensure the social and economic well-being of our small farmers, producers, and suppliers.