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Centella Asiatica

  • COMMON NAME: Gotu kola
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Centella asiatica
  • ASSAY: 40% asiaticosides
  • CAS No.: 84696-21-9
Our Features
  • Eco product
  • 100% organic
  • High quality

CentellaCalm, our Centella extract with 40% Asiaticosides, is your holistic solution for stress relief and radiant skin. Crafted to soothe the mind and nourish the skin, it embodies tranquility and promotes healthy skin.


Shows potential in reducing stress and anxiety and serves as an effective anti-photoaging and anti-cellulite agent in cosmetics.

  • A study that included 33 people with generalized anxiety disorder found that supplementing with 1,000 mg of Centella asiatica extract per day for 2 months helped reduce their stress, anxiety, and mental fatigue rate, compared with their baseline with no side effects of vertigo, nausea, and dizziness as experienced with the common medications.(1)
  • A 2-month study in 28 older adults who received 250–750 mg doses of Centella asiatica extract per day found that those taking the highest dose experienced improvements in working memory, alertness, and self-rated mood, compared with a control group.(2)
  • As per a detailed review of Centella asiatica application in cosmetology, it has been used as an effective anti-photoaging agent, mainly due to enhancement of type I collagen, and is a common ingredient of cosmetics used to treat cellulite and striae, with multiple studies confirming their effectiveness.(3)


(1) Jana, U., Sur, T. K., Maity, L. N., Debnath, P. K., & Bhattacharyya, D. (2010). A clinical study on the management of generalized anxiety disorder with Centella asiatica. Nepal Med Coll J, 12(1), 8–11. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20677602
(2) Wattanathorn, J., Mator, L., Muchimapura, S., Tong-Un, T., Pasuriwong, O., Piyawatkul, N., Yimtae, K., Sripanidkulchai, B., & Singkhoraard, J. (2008). Positive modulation of cognition and mood in the healthy elderly volunteer following the administration of Centella asiatica. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 116(2), 325–332. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jep.2007.11.038
(3) Bylka, W., Znajdek-Awiżeń, P., Studzińska-Sroka, E., & Brzezińska, M. (2013). Centella asiatica in cosmetology. Postepy Dermatologii I Alergologii, 1, 46–49. https://doi.org/10.5114/pdia.2013.33378