In a study of 28 older adults, those consuming a low dose of dried rosemary powder had improvements in speed of memory, which may be a predictor of cognitive function during aging
This suggests that using rosemary at normal “culinary” doses may be beneficial for your brain
Carnosic acid is one of the active ingredients in rosemary, and researchers believe it helps protect the brain by staving off free radical damage that may lead to stroke and neurodegenerative conditions
Significant beneficial effects were noted among people who drank rosemary water, including increased levels of deoxygenated blood in the brain, an indication that rosemary may facilitate oxygen extraction during times of cognitive demand
The aroma of rosemary essential oil can also give your brain a boost and may lead to a significant enhancement of performance in memory quality
A lot of us have anxiety and fear for our futures. Maybe all of us do unless we have billions, underground shelters to run to, and years of food stored for the hard times ahead. With the pandemic has come insecurity and even confusion about who to trust and who to ignore. Depression and suicides are rising as are psychotropic drug usage, which has shown an 84 percent increase in sales in the United States. Some doctors in California have even said they are seeing more suicides than virus victims. Continue reading →
What sounded good, at least to health officials, did not work out in practice. Worse is that they hurt the world in a way it has never been harmed by human actions before. Not happy to massacre millions, over the decades, with cancer, diabetes, and heart disease, the medical establishment decided, like in cold-blooded premeditative murder (decades of planning), to unleash the worst and most medically ignorant medical response to CORVID-19 as possible.
People tend to spend more time outside during the hot summer months, and this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The skin needs sunlight to produce vitamin D, an essential micronutrient that helps maintain optimal immunity and bone health.
The red clover plant is a wild herb with a variety of medicinal uses. Naturally rich in antioxidants and other nutrients, it is often used to make a cleansing herbal tea or mixed with lemonade to help flush out toxins from the body. But aside from its ability to detoxify the body, red clover is also known for its skin-soothing properties. When made into a healing salve, red clover can be used to relieve dry or chapped skin, minor wounds and burns and other skin conditions, such as psoriasis, acne and eczema. Learn how to make your own red clover salve by following this simple guide. (h/t to SurvivalSullivan.com)
A bill introduced this week would enable providers to use telehealth to treat patients in any location up to 180 days after the emergency, bypassing site restriction and interstate licensing guidelines.
Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep without atonia is a disorder commonly seen in patients without prior diagnosis of REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD). It is a type of parasomnia in which a patient experiences repeated enactment of dreams as an incidental finding in neurologically normal individuals.
Spokane, Wash. – When it comes to living to the ripe old age of 100, good genes help but don’t tell the full story. Where you live has a significant impact on the likelihood that you will reach centenarian age, suggests a new study conducted by scientists at Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine. Continue reading →