Are you writing a thesis or preparing for the exam? Put a sprig of rosemary on the table — scientists advise.
Your brain will work with a vengeance!
We used to use rosemary in cooking and traditional medicine, but it can be useful in other areas too!
Tests show that 1, 8-cyneol — a substance that is contained in rosemary oil — improves the cognitive (cognitive) abilities of a person.
This means that you will better perceive the information, delve into its meaning and quickly memorize, just decorating your desktop with a bunch of rosemary.
Rosemary has been used in folk medicine for centuries as an anti-inflammatory and tonic, but biochemists from the University of Northumbria decided to go ahead and see how this ingredient can affect our brains.
The researchers traced how this natural compound is absorbed into the bloodstream and how the body reacts to it.
The results surprised even the scientists: the volunteers who inhaled the scent of this plant coped much better with various intellectual tests and tasks.