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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Scientists Discover Herb That Fights Dementia - Rosemary

Scientists Discover Herb
That Fights Dementia
And Increases Memory By 75%  
Secret Health Benefits

Cailyn Finkel - 9/28/2016

Rosemary is great for garnishing dishes, spicing up meals and making your home smell great - but there's another benefit and it's big news for those suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's disease!

Scientists recently discovered that the popular herb does wonders for memory loss and the onset of mental slowing associated with the diseases. 

Mark Moss and his scientific team researched the effects the scent emitted from rosemary essential oils had on the brain. What the team found was simply astounding!

There was a distinct positive correlation between the rosemary scent and improved cognitive function - specifically, memory retention! With just a whiff of rosemary, the test subjects were able to improve their scores on a variety of assigned recall and visualization tasks.

In fact, another study was conducted to prove whether or not Alzheimer's and dementia patients could benefit from rosemary aromatherapy. Unsurprisingly, they also discovered that the scent had a positive correlation with improved cognitive in these patients.
The study's result stated this exciting news!

"All patients showed significant improvement in.... cognitive function on both [tests] after therapy. In particular, patients with Alzheimer's showed significant improvement in total scores."

All of this research and the subsequent results mean that there is real hope for a natural dementia and Alzheimer's treatment. So, the next time you're feeling a bit "spacey," take a big, deep breath of rosemary - your brain will thank you for it!

Years ago Shakespeare wrote in Hamlet, "There's rosemary, that's for remembrance: pray, love, remember." Perhaps he knew of some of rosemary's magical benefits even then.
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Learn even more of the Amazing Benefits of Rosemary!
There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance:
pray, love, remember.”

This line from Hamlet depicts that Shakespeare, the renowned writer, knew of some of rosemary’s magical benefits.  Long after Shakespeare’s time, various studies also have confirmed many health benefits of rosemary, whether it is used in fresh, dried or oil form.

Rosemary has potent antioxidant, antiseptic, anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, and disinfectant properties.

It also contains several vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins A and C, thiamin, riboflavin, folate, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc and copper.

The woodsy, citrus-like fragrance of rosemary essential oil is also found in beauty products and used in aromatherapy.

Apart from its health and beauty uses, rosemary is also a popular culinary herb. Fresh or dried rosemary can be added to soups, sandwiches, salads, dips, and even for making infused oil. Plus, rosemary tea is a popular beverage.

For more information:


Plasma 1,8-cineole correlates with cognitive performance following exposure to rosemary essential oil aroma

Effect of aromatherapy on patients with Alzheimer's disease.

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