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Discover the astonishingly potent oil for enhancing memory, increasing focus, lowering anxiety, and so much more
Whether you are a student preparing for an exam, in your 40s dealing with the anxieties of family life, or in your 70s wishing for a sharper memory, malkangani oil is the supplement you need. The ancient physicians were aware of its powerful impact on improving brain activity. In fact, they called it jyotishmati (jyoti = light/illumination; mati = brain) in Sanskrit. Modern science confirms that malkangani oil (Celastrus paniculatus) improves memory, increases concentration, and helps you learn new things faster. The bright yellow oil does even more: it alleviates depression, heals joint pain, and protects the liver.
Light up your brain, make it fitter, and sharper
Malkangani oil is a powerful nootropic. It raises the level of a neurotransmitter in the brain that’s critical for enhancing short-term memory.1 Stressed out and ageing brains can suffer from declining levels of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Daily intake of malkangani oil raises and restores acetylcholine and enhances arousal,2,3 attention, memory, and motivation.4
Given to children with low IQ, malkangni oil raised their intelligence quotient.5 Given to patients with dementia and Alzheimer’s, the supplement improved accompanying symptoms: memory destruction, deficits in attention, and decreased agitation.6
Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to adapt and rewire when exposed to new ideas and experiences. A neuroplastic brain learns faster, has superior cognition, and recovers faster from strokes and brain injuries. Ageing individuals and dementia patients experience rapid decline in brain plasticity. Malkangani oil is a rare supplement that can increase brain plasticity by reorganising neural pathways and creating new neuronal connections.7
Heal and shield the brain from chronic stress and depression
Modern lifestyle has become inseparable from chronic stress. Stress can come from anywhere, but its symptoms are familiar: brain fog, clouded thinking, difficulty sleeping, trouble focusing, and decline in motivation, energy, and libido, etc.
Chronic stress is a silent killer. It drains the mind and harms the body. Chronic stress can trigger anxiety, which:
- Increases blood pressure
- Raises blood sugar
- Causes systemic inflammation
- Elevates the risk of developing arthritis
Daily use of malkangani oil can address chronic stress and with it, anxiety, agitation, mental clarity and purpose.8
Depression is psychiatric condition where this oil can help. Malkangani oil addresses depression by elevating the neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine.9 Regular supplementation can alleviate depression related symptoms such as sadness, inattention, and the ability to feel pleasure.
Painkiller par excellence
When all else fails, malkangani oil provides immediate relief from acute and mild pain. There is hardly a better remedy in nature for reducing inflammation. Malkangani has two effects for pain relief: analgesic and anti-inflammatory.
The analgesic properties work when taken orally or when massaged directly at the site of pain. Malkangani oil soothes the nervous system with neuromodulating and sedative effects that dull pain signals from the brain.10,11
Meanwhile anti-inflammatory properties12,13 of malkangani block the enzyme that causes painful inflammation. The oil is effective in reducing the swelling and discomfort in the following conditions:
- Rheumatoid arthritis14 and osteoarthritis
- Joint pain due to chikungunya disease
- Stomach ulcers
- sprains and pulled muscles
Prevent fatty liver disease with antioxidants in malkangani oil
Alcohol overuse, type 2 diabetes, and metabolic syndrome can seriously damage the liver. An unhealthy liver can progress to a fatty liver and liver failure. The liver plays a central role in removing toxins from the body. An unhealthy liver shakes the very foundation of a healthy body.
Kaizer Malkangani Oil can help the liver recover from damage16 with its combination of antioxidant components: tocopherols, phenolics, and carotenoids.17 Used as a supplement; this unique oil may postpone the progression of progressive liver diseases.18
A note of caution: Malkangani is a potent medicinal supplement. Pregnant women and individuals on medications should consult with their doctor first before using. Extended use in men may also lead to infertility.
Dosage: Malkangani is bitter tasting but well tolerated. Take 5-15 drops per day for 1-3 times/day. Excessive use can cause nausea and diarrhea. Take note that extended use in men may lead to anti-fertility actions.19
Storage: Keep in a cool and dry place.
Shelf Life: Unopened bottles have a 24-month shelf life. Opened bottles are best to use within 6 months.
The science of malkangani oil and your health
1 M Bhanumathy, S B Chandrasekar, Uma Chandur, and T Somasundaram, Phyto-pharmacology of Celastrus Paniculatus an Overview, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research. 2010, July. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/285320692_Phytopharmacology_of_Celastrus_paniculatus_An_Overview.
2 Written by Dr. Eric Braverman, Is Better Sex Just a Supplement Away? Huffington Post, https://www.huffpost.com/entry/is-better-sex-just-a-supp_b_204697.
3 Sherie Ma, Balazs Hangya, Christopher S Leonard, William Wisden, and Andre L Gundlach, Dual-transmitter systems regulating arousal, attention, learning and memory, Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Review. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5747977/
4 Written by Kendra Cherry, medically reviewed by Claudia Chaves, MD, Discovery and Functions of Acetylcholine, VeryWell Mind. 2021, April. https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-acetylcholine-2794810.
5 Nalini K, Aroor AR, Kumar Rao A, Studies on Biogenic Amines and Their Metabolites in Mentally Retarded Children on Celastrus Oil Therapy. Alternative Medicine 1986. https://eprints.manipal.edu/2481/.
6 Kendra Cherry, How Experience Changes Brain Plasticity, 1. https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-brain-plasticity-2794886.
7 Kendra Cherry, How Experience Changes Brain Plasticity, 1. https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-brain-plasticity-2794886.
8 V Bhagya, Thomas Christofer, and B S Shakaranarayana Rao, Neuroprotective Effect of Celastrus Paniculatus on Chronic Stress-induced Cognitive Impairment, Indian Journal of Pharmacology. 2016, Dec. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5155471/.
9 Mishra Bharat and John Elezabeth, Phyto-pharmacology of Celastrus Paniculatus: An Overview, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research., Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology. 2020. https://rjptonline.org/HTML_Papers/Research%20Journal%20of%20Pharmacy%20and%20Technology__PID__2020-13-5-69.html
10 A Arun, E Selvakumari Anbu, and V Gopal, Phytopharmacological Perception of Jyotishmathi-An Ayurvedic Herb, Journal of Academia and Industrial Research. 2017, Jan. http://www.jairjp.com/JANUARY%202017/03%20ARUN%20REVIEW.pdf.
11 M S Premila, Ayurvedic Herbs: A Clinical Guide to the Healing Plants of Traditional Indian Medicine. Haworth Press, NY. 2006
12 Dwivedi Vaibhav and Maurya Harikesh, A Comprehensive Overview of Celastrus Paniculatus Seed Oil Intended for the Management of Human Ailments, Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biological Research 2018, Mar. https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/328194038.pdf.
13 Yogesh A Kukamarni, Sneha Agarwal, and Mayuresh S Garud, Effect of Jyotishmati (Celastrus Paniculatus) Seeds in Animal Models of Pain and Inflammation, Journal of Ayurveda Integrative Medicine. 2015 Apr-Jun. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4484053/.
14 Shareen Singh, Thakur Gurjeet Singh, Kriti Mahajan, and Sonia Dhiman, Medicinal plants used against various inflammatory biomarkers for the management of rheumatoid arthritis, Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 2020, Aug. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jphp.13326
15 Neha Arora, Kavita Shah, and Shashi Pandey-Rai, Inhibition of imiquimod-induced psoriasis-like dermatitis in mice by herbal extracts from some Indian medicinal plants, Protoplasma. 2016, March. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26016607/.
16 Bidwai PP, Wangoo D, Bhullar N. Antispermatogenic Action of Celastrus Paniculatus Seed Extract in the Rat with Reversible Changes in the Liver, Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 1990, March. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2335957/
17 Effects of Moringa oleifera Seed Oil on Acetaminophen-Induced Oxidative Stress and Liver Damage in Wistar Albino Rats https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Chukwuemelie-Uche/publication/274124236_Effects_of_Moringa_oleifera_Seed_Oil_on_Acetaminophen-Induced_Oxidative_Stress_and_Liver_Damage_in_Wistar_Albino_Rats/links/55eb334608ae3e1218469cd9/Effects-of-Moringa-oleifera-Seed-Oil-on-Acetaminophen-Induced-Oxidative-Stress-and-Liver-Damage-in-Wistar-Albino-Rats.pdf
18 Mansour S Al-Said, et al, Edible Oils for Liver Protection: Hepatoprotective Potentiality of Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil Against Chemical-Induced Hepatitis in Rats. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22757719/
19 Patil RH, Prakash K, Maheshwari VL. Hypolipidemic Effect of Celastrus Paniculatus in Experimentally Induced Hypercholesterolemic Wistar Rats, Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry. 2010, Oct. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21966115/