Medicinal Value Of Rosemary
Contrary to its common uses like dish garnish, rosemary is now confirmed to have medicinal value to disease including dementia and Alzheimers.
As earlier indicated by Shakespeare in his poem “Hamlet” rosemary could be used to induce memory. He wrote, “there rosemary, that’s for remembrance: pray, love, remember
Thanks to recent studies, rosemary can now be used to correct memory lapses and initial mental conditions.
According to the research conducted by Mark Moss and his team, the scent from rosemary oils has tremendous effects on the brain which include
The scent can retain the memory of a person and improve the cognitive function of the brain. Participants who whiff rosemary, had their memory restored!
Another study was done on the positive effects of rosemary on Alzheimers and dementia patients. The results supported the medicinal nature of the flower:
All the Patients under test scored high on their cognitive function after the therapy. In particular, the Alzheimers patients showed many improvements in their overall rating.
All these studies indicate that rosemary could be a natural remedy to dementia and Alzheimers.
For boosting your brain, just whiff the rosemary. Watch the below video for extra medicinal powers of the herb