Improve Memory, Attention, Longevity, and Focus with Integrative Medicine

Dark Chocolate or Cocoa Improves Attention, Focus, and Memory

 White Tea is good for Concentration

Turmeric Prevents Mental Decline (Curcumin) [careful blood thinner] [combine with Black Pepper to keep turmeric in your body longer, and combine with a healthy fat to help your body absorb turmeric, no more than 1 tea spoon per day]

Holy Basil Leaf

Rose Mary

Echinacea  [increases white blood cell count, bad if you have an auto immune disease]

  • Increases Longevity for the elderly

Basil [antioxidant]

Bay Leaf [antioxidant]

Paprika [antioxidant]

Parsley [antioxidant]

Cinnamon [antioxidant]

Raw Ginger [antioxidant]

Rosemary [antioxidant]

Pimento/AllSpice [antioxidant]

Astragalus Root [antioxidant]

Burdock Root [antioxidant]

Tai Chi  [improves balance and motor control in Parkinson’s]

Tai Chi  [improves functional balance, strength, flexibility, gait, and lessens pain with multiple sclerosis]

Reduce Stress and Anxiety with Chamomille

Relax and reduce stress with Lavender

Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) [treats Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s]

Cat’s Claw

Cumin Seed

Sorrel

Annatto

Devil’s Claw

Ginkgo Biloba

Gotu Kola

Horehound

Horseradish Root

Juniper Berries

Lemon Balm

Moringa

Scents to Improve Attention, Memory, and Focus:

  1. Lemon.This scent promotes concentration and has calming and clarifying properties that are helpful when you’re feeling angry, anxious or run down. Lemon also has antiviral and antibacterial properties and can help fight sore throats and colds by boosting the body’s immune system and improving circulation.
  2. Lavender.This essential oil has calming properties that help control emotional stress. Lavender has a soothing effect on nerves and can relieve nervous tension and depression as well as treat headaches and migraines.
  3. Jasmine.Like lavender, jasmine it is also used to calm nerves, but this oil is also commonly used as an anti-depressant because of its uplifting capabilities that produce a feeling of confidence, optimism and revitalized energy.
  4. Rosemary.This is the perfect Monday morning pick-me-up. In addition to improving memory retention, rosemary has stimulating properties that fight physical exhaustion, headaches and mental fatigue. “It’s excellent to use in the mornings when one needs a bit of help getting going,” says Hawkins. Rosemary can also be used topically to relieve muscular aches and pains.
  5. Cinnamon.The stimulating properties in cinnamon can help fight mental fatigue and improve concentration and focus.
  6. Peppermint. Try peppermint when brainstorming. An energy booster, this scent invigorates the mind, promotes concentration and stimulates clear thinking.

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