Have you ever felt sluggish, unproductive or reluctant? Do you maybe have a hard time focusing? This is what is known as brain fog. Well, its very normal to feel this type of way. While there are pills that promise a a super memory boost within minutes and increase performance, there are natural herbs that do the same and are actually very healthy, with no harmful side effects at all. Interestingly, these are herbs that are just around us. We don't pay much attention to them as we always dismiss them as weeds. Let's get into them right away:
This herb might improve cognitive function and help in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. Try incorporating this herb to sauces such as tomato sauce and soups such as white bean soup and chicken soup. You can make it as tea too.
Turmeric contains a compound known as curcumin which has anti-flammatory effects good for the brain. It helps in eliminating the Alzheimer's disease by clearing the beta-amyloid in the brain. The beta-amyloid a protein build up that is known to cause Alzheimer's. Add turmeric powder to soups and vegetable dishes.
This herb has always been used as a treatment for dementia. It is a common remedy in the Traditional Chinese Medicine.
It improves cognitive function by stimulating circulation and promoting blood flow to the brain.
Gotu kola has always been used to improve mental clarity. Research studies have also shown that this herb fights off oxidative stress.
Rosemary is a fragrant woody herb native to the Mediterranean region. This herb has a therapeutic scent. Science has claimed that the smell of rosemary can make you smarter.
It has long been used as a mild analgesic and to cure headaches, migraines and insomnia. It improves mood, learning and memory. It is a stress reliever too.
These are among the herbs that are known to improve cognitive function and memory retention. What other natural herbs do you know of that have the same function? Share in the comments section and let us continue learning. Until next time, bye bye!
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