Shankhapushpi

Shankhapushpi (shän·khä·pōōshˑ·pē),

n an Ayurvedic syrup prepared from
Convulvus pluricaulis, Centella asiatica, Nepeta elliptica, Nardostachys jatamansi, Onosma bracteatum, and
Nepeta hindostana. It is used to relieve mental fatigue and improve concentration and memory power. Also called
shankpushpi and
shankapushpi.
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Shankhapushpi also improves digestion, prevents water retention, borborygmus and constipation.
An unexpected loss of seizure control and reduction in plasma phenytoin levels was noticed in two patients who were taking Shankhapushpi (SRC), an Ayurvedic preparation of CP.
There are several other herbs that should also be watched: Phyllanthus (a liver cleanser), picrorrhiza (a liver tonic) and shankhapushpi (anti-anxiety).