Blogs — cognative function

Lemon Balm and your Brain.

Posted by Mark Hamilton on

Lemon Balm and your Brain.

Lemon Balm for Cognitive Health   Photo caption: The Lemon Balm herb has been linked to cognitive health.Can a common herb possibly grown in your garden improve brain function, memory and learning while helping mood, anxiety, and stress levels? We look at the scientific studies into Lemon Balm. What is Lemon Balm? Lemon Balm has historically been known for its effects surrounding mood, anxiety, and stress.  In fact, the 17th century English Herbalist and Physician, Nicholas Culpeper, would recommend its use to improve mood and stimulate clear thinking.  Moreover, contemporary studies have revealed a host of benefits for the brain...

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Are you losing you mind?

Posted by Mark Hamilton on

Are you losing you mind?

Memory loss is a worry for all of us, especially when we get older in years. One of the worst and cruelest conditions is alzeimers and dementia. Here we look at some of the supplements on the market that have recieved some very positive research where brain health and memory are concerned. If you are worried about your mental health then this is worth a read.  PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE (PS) – PS is the major phospholipid in the brain and is embedded in cell membranes, and along with other phospholipids, makes up the basic structural components ofthecellmembrane. Thesemembranephospholipidsplayanimportantroleincelltocell communication, membrane fluidity, and...

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