As seen in Woman’s World magazine! Shakespeare said, “Rosemary is for remembrance…” and science is proving that to be true. High in antioxidants and rich in flavor, rosemary works much like an Alzheimer’s drug, stimulating activity in the brain’s frontal lobe. To get the benefits, enjoy 1 tsp. of fresh or 1/4 tsp. dried rosemary blended into marinades or tossed with meat and veggies, then roasted. For a more immediate boost, mix 2 drops rosemary essential oil into almond oil, then massage into skin and breathe deeply.
As researchers learn more about Alzheimer’s disease, one thing is clear: Low levels of the B vitamin thiamine contribute to the growth of the brain plaques that cause memory loss and dementia.