Revitalize your brain power with this tea containing some of the more powerful memory enhancing herbs, such as ginkgo and gotu kola, and healthful antioxidants. It is a medium-bodied tea with a tart, tangy flavor, with fruity undertones. Caffeine-Free.
Sustainably sourced, organic ingredients: Ginko Biloba, Hibiscus, Eleuthero Root, Gotu Kola, Parsley Flakes, Alfalfa, Bilberry, Turmeric, and Ginger Root.
Amount of water will vary with desired taste.
Pour 1 cup hot water over 1 tablespoon of tea. Allow to steep for 5-10 minutes then strain. Multiply recipe for larger batches.
Drink 1-2 cups daily for increased memory and focus.
Our organically grown ingredients and how they help:
Ginkgo biloba has over the last three decades shown that it can help protect us from what we fear most about reaching old age: memory loss, confusion, fatigue and inability to take care of ourselves. These are symptoms associated with restricted blood supply and tissue damage from lack of oxygen and production of free radicals.
Beyond its aesthetic appeal, hibiscus has potent neuroprotective benefits, including the ability to lower neuroinflammation. Inflammation is a primary driver of Alzheimer's disease, making hibiscus an effective and nourishing intervention for those looking to promote brain health.
Eleuthero root has been shown to improve short-term memory, with other trials demonstrating an ability to improve mental and physical performance and stamina of workers, as well as endurance and concentration in athletes.
The most notable of the gotu kola benefits is its potential to enhance memory and cognition. A study reported in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease indicated that the herbal extract might improve memory on a molecular plane by improving the activity of a pathway associated with long-term memory formation.
As a source of key micronutrients for neurological health, parsley can help to enhance mental fitness, brain health, energy levels, and overall cognition.
The high level of essential nutrients in alfalfa make it an excellent brain food.
Bilberry may improve short-term memory, navigational skills, balance, and coordination. Compounds in bilberries may help aging neurons communicate again.
Curcumin boosts levels of the brain hormone BDNF, which increases the growth of new neurons and may help fight various degenerative processes in your brain.
Ginger has traditionally been used to treat memory loss and dementia. Now, research shows that it enhances a wide variety of other cognitive functions besides memory.
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