Humans have been using herbs and herbal products for healing for thousands of years. The ancient Egyptians were known to include fennel, frankincense, senna, and many others in treating their ailments. Thyme, a perennial plant, was considered beneficial for pain. Juniper was used for digestive problems. Even the famous Cleopatra relied on aloe, a versatile plant, as one of her beauty regimens.
In modern times, thousands of people still believe in the power of herbs. Why not? Medicinal herbs
are rich in chemicals components that have medicinal effects on different organs in the body, which include the brain. Our sage tea contains bran-boosting properties that can help in the management of mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease
. The basil tea can help relieve stress
. The rosemary tea has the ability to increase the level of acetylcholine
, a neurotransmitter that has an important role in memory, sustaining attention, and the enhancement of alertness. The frankincense tea may help in memory-boosting
. Whilst the whitania
tea helps in protecting the aging brain and may help in the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases
like Huntington’s, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s disease.