Practitioners of traditional medicine dating back to ancient times would likely not be surprised by the findings of a new scientific study which suggests that certain herbs could boost your brain power. According to research published in the journal Advances in Regenerative Biology, certain herbs, like parsley, thyme, and chamomile, contain a substance called apeginin, which strengthens connections between neurons and thus improves brain function, memory, and learning.
via Medical News Today:
The team says their findings suggest apigenin - also found in red pepper, chamomile and many other plants and herbs - shows promise as a treatment for numerous neurodegenerative disorders, including Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and schizophrenia.
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