Buddhi is a relaxing and soothing infusion that is ideal for people who demand a lot of their mind (students, researchers, teachers, artists ...) and who need to maintain concentration without tension.
Buddhi is made on the basis of a traditional recipe well known to the Brahmans to help them learn the Upanishad by heart. Medical students who have to memorize formulas by heart also drink this recipe.
Buddhi purifies the head. It puts toxins stored in the channels (nāḍī and śrotas) of the brain back into circulation. Plants such as ginko or sage will also increase the blood flow to it and promote its irrigation, thus improving concentration and memorization during intellectual effort. Buddhi also improves intellectual effort through valerian or rama tulsi which will soothe and relax in cases of nervous agitation or anxiety.
It can be diuretic during the first intakes, the emunctories (skin, lungs, intestines, liver and kidneys) expelling the toxins put back into circulation in the body. Buddhi is suitable for people with depression or addiction.
Buddhi is a synergy of plants based on what is called Medhya Rasāyana Śuddhi: "the essential detoxification so that the regeneration of what" carries "intelligence can be established". The basic bitter and astringent dynamic of Buddhi seeks to balance Kapha in its Mala (waste) form by drying it out so that Vāta regulates itself without obstruction. An obstructed Vāta is destabilizing for the body and the mind. Vāta shares with the mind (Manas) the qualities of movement and sensation. Vāta carries the spirit in a way. If Vāta is blocked, so is the mind. The Prāṇa deviates and puts under pressure different nāḍī which disturb the psycho-energetic balance of the body. Buddhi also calms Pitta who often associates with Vāta in a principle of warmth which can "spin" in the mind and prevent the person from being focused, clear-headed and tempered.
In Āyurveda the strength of the mind is closely related to the purity of the body in which the spirit radiates.
Networks, especially nāḍī and śrotas, must be free of major obstruction.
Ayurveda also uses an ethical code called Ācāra Rasāyana which corresponds to the Yamā and Niyama of Yoga.
This ethical code makes it possible to protect oneself from all destabilizing eventualities for the mind and therefore for the body.
It is then in this condition of equilibrium that the person is able to really benefit from the plants which will strengthen the concentration.
- Rasa (taste): bitter, spicy and astringent, slightly sweet aftertaste.
- Guṇa (quality): light and dry.
- Vīrya (energy): hot.
- Vipāka (result): spicy.
- Use a sachet of Buddhi for 200 ml of boiling water.
- Let infuse 8 to 10 minutes.
- Drink one to four cups a day.
Brahmi * - Sri Lanka
Mace* - Madagascar / Sri Lanka
Cinnamon broken * - India / Indonesia / Vietnam
Valerian* - Poland
Tulsi rama * - India
Angelic* - Ardèche / Drôme / Puy-de-Dôme
Ginko * - France
Sage* - Ardèche
Willow* - Puy de Dome
Black pepper* - Madagascar / Sri Lanka
Larch* - France
*: from certified organic farming
As an indication, here are the schedules of our expeditions:
Colissimo / Mondial Relay: if order before 9:00 am, departure the same day (except Mondial Relay on Monday - no transport)
GLS at home: if order before 14 p.m. departure the same day
As an indication, here are the delivery times (hours / working days, after shipment):
Colissimo: 24h - 48h
Mondial Relay: 36 - 72h (note Mondial Relay on Monday - no transport)
GLS at home: BE-LU DE-NL: 24h - 48h - FRANCE: 36h - 72h
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