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Herbs For Memory

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  • Many people associate memory loss with ageing. But whether it's occasional forgetfulness or loss of short-term memory, one must be aware that there are specific factors that can cause it even at a young age instead of simply attributing memory loss to a natural decline in cognitive functioning.

  • Gingko Biloba
    Gingko Biloba
  • There is a reason why gingko biloba supplements are one of the most popular herbal medications in Europe and America. Among its many therapeutic benefits, gingko biloba's power to enhance memory stands out.

  • In particular, scientific studies discovered gingko's potency to aid memory and thinking of those with Alzheimer's or vascular dementia by protecting nerve cells damaged by these disorders to improve learning, daily activities, social behaviour and reduce feelings of depression.

  • Ginseng
  • Lab trials have demonstrated how ginseng appears effective for memory impairment. Among mice given dosages of ginseng extracts, remarkable improvements in water maze tasks were exhibited and ginseng was shown to activate neurotransmitter activities that promote memory enhancement.

  • Rosemary
  • This herb is more than just an aromatic spice. Rosemary has also been traditionally used to improve memory. Science backs this tradition since like gingko biloba, rosemary has been shown among laboratories to have antioxidant properties that neutralize free radicals.

  • One study suggests that when used in aromatherapy, rosemary can reduce cortisol levels and therefore, anxiety. Another study verified the usage of rosemary, combined with other essential oils, to alleviate stress and increase concentration and memory of graduate nursing students.

  • Sage
  • Experts believe that sage contains active ingredients that boost the chemicals that trigger transmission of messages within the brain. When scientists from the Universities of Newcastle and Northumbria tested 44 people by having them take either sage or placebo,

  • results showed that those given sage performed better in a word recall test. They also suggest potential benefits of sage for patients living with Alzheimer's. Experiments have shown sage boosting the same brain chemicals that drop when one is afflicted by Alzheimer's.

  • Green tea
    Green tea
  • Like gingko biloba and rosemary, green tea has always been known for its antioxidant properties. And recent studies continue to verify this benefit. In March 2013, a scientific research has confirmed that green tea extracts help shield proteins and lipids from age associated

  • activities caused by oxidation. Animals treated with these extracts showed better spatial learning abilities and studies suggest this plant can protect the hippocampus from aging-related decline.

  • Rhodiola Rosea
    Rhodiola Rosea
  • This herb has long history of use as a treatment for various kinds of illnesses. More than its reputation to treat and manage diseases, rhodiola is recognized as one of the best herbs that enhance memory. Some people called this herb as Aaron's rod, roseroot or golden root.

  • Bacopa
  • If you are in search for the best memory-enhancing herbs available today, then bacopa should be on your list. Numerous studies have been conducted to test the effectiveness of bacopa in improving one's memory and mental function.

  • Most of the results revealed that, indeed, bacopa has the ability to promote mental health and better memory.

  • Gotu Kola
    Gotu Kola
  • Also referred to as Indian Pennywort, gotu kola is an amazing herb that promises great results in enhancing the memory and improving brain functions. Generally, this powerful herb helps in improving one's mental function.

  • In traditional Chinese and ayurvedic medicine, gotu kola is used in rejuvenating the mind and the body and is considered an "anti-aging" herb.

  • Periwinkle
  • Known for its antispasmodic, antibacterial, anti-cancer and sedative effects, periwinkle also makes a great herb that enhances memory. Its seeds and leaves actually contain vincamine which is considered as a precursor to vinpocetine.

  • This chemical is a blood thinner that improves circulation of blood to the brain and promotes better oxygen use. Today, this chemical is widely used to enhance memory naturally. [14] In fact, vinpocetine is one of the most potent ingredients found in many pharmaceutical products for Alzheimer's.

  • Blueberries
  • Can berries really improve memory? It appears that they can. Modern scientific studies found out that blueberries contain powerful compounds like flavonoids, which are believed to be effective in enhancing learning ability, cognitive functions, verbal comprehension, numerical ability,

  • numerical ability, decision making, reasoning ability, and more importantly, memory. Furthermore, studies show that regular intake of flavonoids helps in slowing down the decline in cognitive ability and it offers protection against diseases like dementia, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.


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