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According to Harvard, it is the aromatic herb common in Spain that helps memory and the brain

Rosemary is one of the most common plants in the fields of Spain and, as an aromatic plant, has been used for centuries to flavor stews or to season cupboards. However, its use goes much further thanks to the diverse medicinal properties attributed to it as an antioxidant.

Recent studies confirm these applications, which traditional medicine has used since ancient times. Experts at Harvard University claim that rosemary could improve memory and protect the brain.

Uma Naidoo, a nutritional psychiatrist at Harvard University and brain expert, says recent research “demonstrates the brain’s numerous antioxidant and protective properties.”

“Research into the therapeutic effects of rosemary suggests that use of the herb and its extracts may contribute to pain relief (analgesia) while acting as a tonic for the nervous system and relieving symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety,” it says.

Researchers suspect that rosemary may help prevent Alzheimer’s: “It may significantly contribute to preventing brain aging.” “Its therapeutic capacity to prevent Alzheimer’s appears promising.”

How to take it

  • Infusion is the most traditional way. Mix 2-4 g of dried leaves in 150 ml of boiling water. Let it steep for 10-15 minutes and filter. Take two to three (cups) per day, preferably after main meals.
  • Capsules are powdered leaves concentrated in various doses.
  • Liquid extract: 30 drops, three times daily.
  • Essence 3-4 drops, diluted in liquid three times a day.
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