Herbs for Memory

‘Have you got anything for my memory?’ People usually say that at the end of the consultation, just as they are leaving. It’s a joke, but there’s a bit of bite in it.
And of course, there are herbs that improve cognitive function. Some, like Ginkgo biloba and Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) have been the focus of scientific interest, because of the Western need for drugs to aid recovery from strokes or deal with dementia. Others, like Wood Betony (Stachys betonica) or Bacopa monieri, have a long history of use for memory, concentration and alertness. And we know that the best-known adaptogens, like Korean Ginseng (Panax ginseng) and Ashwagandha (Withania somniferum), will enhance performance in tests of mental function along with all their other useful effects.
So yes, of course there are herbs for your brain. They won’t stop you forgetting things if you’ve got too much on your mind and don’t pay attention to what people say to you, and they won’t magically guarantee that you’ll pass your exam or sail through your interview, but they will help.


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