Skin Care: If you want to speed up wound healing and disinfect the skin at the same time, spread brahmi juice or oil on the affected area. It can reduce the appearance of scarring and leave you with smooth, healthy skin enriched with its natural essential oils.
Useful for Epilepsy: The leaves of brahmi have been useful for epilepsy for thousands of years. This is thought to be due to the effect brahmi has on neural pathways. It helps to restrict epileptic fits, as well as other forms of mental disease, including bipolar disorder and neuralgia.
Boosts Immunity: When consumed in any form, tea, leaves, or otherwise, brahmi can give the immune system a necessary boost. The nutrients are supplemented by the antioxidant compounds to increase the response time of our immune system against pathogens, viruses or bacterial infection.
Improves Respiratory Health: When brahmi is brewed in a tea or chewed as normal leaves, it can boost your respiratory health. It has been used in Ayurvedic for bronchitis, congestion, chest colds, and blocked sinuses.
Effective for Digestive Issues: Brahmi is a sedative and soothing  herb, as well as anti-inflammatory and may help in providing relief from gastrointestinal conditions such as ulcers etc.