Drinking peppermint tea increases alertness, while chamomile tea can soothe the body. The scent of rosemary and lavender also have an impact on improving the memory of people aged over 65 years.
The present invention is also presented at the annual conference of the British Psychological Society Conference in Nottingham, 26 to 28 April 2016. Researchers in a study asking 180 respondents consuming at least one drink chamomile tea or peppermint.
They then examined related cognitive abilities and their moods. As a result, respondents experienced an increase in long-term memory, working memory, and alertness when regular drinking peppermint tea. Chamomile tea provide a calming effect and significantly slows the appearance of senile, also increase alertness and movement of a person.
In a separate study, 150 healthy respondents aged 65 years and over were placed in a room with the scent of essential oils of rosemary and lavender. They were asked to undergo tests that prospective ability to remember and to do something at a certain time, such as taking medication, posting a letter, and undergo changes in mood assessment test.
Respondents were placed in lavender-scented room having a mood more calm and relaxed. However, respondents decreased ability to do something at a certain time. Different things found in respondents who placed in rosemary-scented room. They can benefit from both.
"Rosemary can improve memory and give effect to calm and ability to do something at a certain time, for example, you can remember a time when the hour to take medicine," said one researcher, Dr. Mark Moss, Medical News Today reported on Thursday (19/5).
Northumbria University Psychology Department has conducted a number of studies related to various herbal manfat. Researcher-researchers also found that sage, ginseng, lemon balm, and gingko biloba also have a positive effect on the improvement of mental labor.
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