Botanical name: Gotu Kola
Of tropical origin from bearing hanging, gotu Kola has been known for centuries in China and India, where it is used as a plant edible and curative. The young leaves are eaten fresh as a vegetable or added to salads and rice.
Spontaneous in wetlands and swamps, in the Eastern tradition it is said that eating one or two leaves each day would help to rejuvenate brain cells. According to popular beliefs, it would seem that the Indian elephants are particularly greedy and so the benefit of an exceptional memory. When you say "having a memory by elephant!
In folk medicine, gotu Kola helps against stress and is used in the treatment of injuries, injury to the skin, venous insufficiency and varicose veins.