Gotu Kola, more formally known as Centella Asiatica, is a popular herb in Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine . In ancient medicine, it is believed to naturally promote accelerated wound healing when ingested orally or applied topically . It is commonly used in Indian and Asian cuisine. Gotu Kola is primarily native to Asian wetlands, where it blossoms pink flowers and densely clustered fruit . Most people who take Gotu Kola supplements prefer to do so alongside a food source. Gotu Kola is commonly paired with Bacopa Monnieri .
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How to take
In the Morning With a Meal on an As Needed Basis
400-600 mg per serving
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