This is an excellent recipe that works for any nervous problems, shivering, shaking and weakness in nervous system.

But do all the five elements along with this Earth element aspect.

Use organic brown rice bran (Thavidu) that is rich in all B-complex vitamins (dont use vitamin pills as subsitute. You can get this in organic stores. Get organic herbal powder or twigs of sarsparilla (hindi name is ananthamoola or Anantmula).

Boil the powder of sarsparilla ( one or 2 tablespoon ful) in  500 ml of water till it becomes half (250 ml). then filter and add one or two to five table spoon of palm jaggery (best) or brown-sugar from sugarcane (jageery/Gur/Gud) and boil till it melts. Filter and store the syrup in a bottle. Everyday take half tea cup of boiled hot water and add one or two tablespoon of this syrup and one teaspoon of the the rice bran and add 3 to 5 drops of organic ghee and drink it one time a day before breakfast. This will strengthen the nerves.


Neuropharmacological evaluation on four traditional herbs used as nervine tonic and commonly available as Shankhpushpi in India.  Also for Alzheimer's disease.

In 1883 the Dutch government sent Eijkman to Indonesia to find the cause and cure for  Beriberi. He noticed that chickens fed polished rice – which is rice which has had its bran removed – developed a similar paralysis in their legs. Before he could follow up on this line of enquiry, ill health forced him to return home to tnetherlands.  Before leaving he asked his friend Adolphe Vorderman, who was Chief Medical Officer, to continue the research on the link between rice and the disease.

Eventually it was determined the missing compound that was causing Beriberi was vitamin B1, thiamine. In 1926, Barend Jansen and Willem Donath isolated and crystallized a substance that cured polyneuritis in pigeons. Robert Williams synthesized thiamin in 1936. Chemist Casimir Funk shortened the term "vital amine" to coin a new word, vitamin. For his contributions to the discovery of antineuritic vitamins, Eijkman won the 1929 Nobel Prize for Medicine, sharing the prize with Sir Frederick Hopkins. Funk, perhaps unfairly, was never given full credit for his work.

In addition to his work on beriberi, he occupied himself with other problems such as arach fermentation


Scientific basis for the use of Indian ayurvedic medicinal plants in the treatment of neurodegenerative disorders: ashwagandha.   (a) Ashwagandha, (b) Brahmi, (c) Jatamansi, (d) Jyotishmati, (e) Mandukparni, (f) Shankhapushpi, and (g) Vacha.

Withania somnifera (ashwagandha), Bacopa monnieri (brahmi), Centella asiatica (gotu kola), and Mucuna pruriens (velvet bean), on neurodegenerative diseases are discussed 

 The relative antioxidant capacity for the water infusions was observed in the following order: E. alsinoides (IC50 172.25 microg/ml)>C. dactylon (IC50 273.64 microg/ml)>S. cordifolia (IC50 342.82 microg/ml). The results of water infusions of the plants on lipid peroxidation were as follows: E. alsinoides (IC50 89.23 microg/ml)>S. cordifolia) (IC50 126.78 microg/ml)>C. dactylon (IC50 608.31 microg/ml).


Brain damage