Inhalation of Rosemary oil can help improve your memory. British researchers found that rosemary oil can improve memory and helps people remember the events that happened the past.
Rosemary oil was first used by the ancient Egyptians in weddings or funerals.
Previously, great British poet, William Shakespeare realizing its properties. In the play "Hamlet," Ophelia said: "There's rosemary, that's for remembrance."
Apparently, the decade of the chemicals found in Rosemary oil can improve human memory.
The researchers, who presented their findings at the British Psychological Society's annual conference in Harrogate, announced, that these findings can help elderly people who begin to lose their memory.
"This study shows that the scent of rosemary can improve long-term memory and mental arithmetic. We focus on prospective memory, which involves the ability to recall events that will happen in the future or in the past," said Dr. Mark Moss, as reported by The Indian Express page .
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