Can you improve your memory with food? Many cultures around the world seem to think so!
Here are some international home remedies to help boost memory.
Eats foods containing Omega-3 Fatty Acids. These foods contain DHA and EPA, docosahexaenoic acid and eicosapentaenoic acid. Both DHA and EPA are fundamental to development, and critically necessary for the proper development of they eyes and brain.
Rosemary has long been used to boost memory. In fact, rosemary is commonly referred to as the “herb of remembrance.” Rosemary is said to stimulate the mind and alleviate any fatigue. Make a rosemary tea and add to it some lemon juice.
Many people rely on the consumption of phosphorus-rich foods to help stimulate memory. Phosphorus rich foods include apples, oranges, figs, dates, grapes, almonds and walnuts.
Mix together a teaspoon of honey and 1/8th teaspoon of ground black pepper. Consume this everyday to hep increase memory.
Sage herb is said to help stimulate the mind and increase the ability to concentrate. Make a sage tea and sweeten with honey.
Prepare Brahmi tea by soaking Brahmi in boiling water. It is said to consume this tea cold and on an empty stomach.
It is believed that Ayurvedic herbs can help stimulate memory. For more information on Ayurvedic herbs like Shankhpushpi, Mandookparni, Brahmi and Ashwagandha, consult a sound Ayurvedic consultant.
Cumin seeds are said to be very effective in stimulating memory. Grind half a teaspoon of cumin seeds and mix with honey. Consume everyday.
Pranayama, yoga and meditation are considered effective methods of improving memory.
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