Traditional and alternative medicine for centuries used rosemary as a remedy for people who have problems with memory but also for the treatment of many other diseases.
Many students from southern Europe have put a branch of rosemary in their hair during the exam session.
Recent studies have shown that rosemary contains carnosic acid, acid that fights toxic components that affect the brain.
Although have not been proven, the benefits of this herb are known for centuries.
“There’s rosemary that’s for remembrance, pray, love,” – these are the words of Ophelia in Shakespeare’s tragedy Hamlet.
Although it can improve memory, this herb is part of modern medicine as an analgesic for migraine and digestive problems.