Rosmarinus officinalis Traditional memory tonic

Rosemary has had a reputation as a memory tonic since the time of the ancient Greeks, and it can help increase alertness, reduce anxiety and encourage a calm mind.

0 DOSAGi: Add a few drops of rosemary essential oil to an oil burner in the room or area where you are studying or working.


• If your memory problems worsen or become serious, it is essential to discuss your concerns with a doctor.

• If you have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or any other form of dementia, do not take ginkgo or brahmi without first talking to your doctor.

• Ginkgo is known or suspected to interact with many pharmaceutical medications (including antipsychotic medications, anticonvulsants, anticoagulants and anticholinergic medications), so consult your doctor or pharmacist before taking it. Stop taking ginkgo at least 2 weeks before undergoing surgery.

• Always use commercially prepared ginkgo products from a reputable company.

Do not consume unprocessed ginkgo leaves, as they may cause an adverse reaction. Do not eat large quantities of the seeds or allow children to do so.

• Ginkgo sometimes causes mild adverse reactions, which may include dizziness, gastrointestinal upset, headache and allergic skin reactions. More severe

Ginkgo trees, which date back to the Jurassic period, can live for more than a thousand years.

reactions have occasionally been recorded, including bleeding problems and seizures. If symptoms occur, stop taking the herb and seek medical advice.

• Brahmi occasionally causes gastrointestinal irritation (for example, reflux). It should not be taken with anticholinergic medications.

• Do not take ginkgo if you suffer from a bleeding disorder.

• Do not take brahmi if you suffer from celiac disease, malabsorption syndromes, gallbladder blockage or gastric reflux problems.

• Both brahmi ISocopo monnieri| and gotu kola (Cenre//o asiatica) are sometimes referred to by the name "brahmi" in Ayurvedic herbal texts, so make sure you don't confuse the two.

• Do not take ginkgo or brahmi, or apply rosemary essential oil to the skin, if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, except under the advice of a healthcare professional.

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