Want to improve your memory and mental performance?
Then you may be interested to know of a recent study that discovered a common everyday herb that can improve your memory 75%.
This is a herb that ancient Greek scholars wore on their robes thousands of years ago to improve their performance at exams.
And now modern day students are rushing to get hold of it too, with sales rocketing 187% in the last few months.
The ancient Greeks are famous for making advanced discoveries ahead of their time.
This includes deducing that the world is round and circles the sun…
As well as inventing democracy, the water mill, maps and geometry.
Is it a coincidence that the Greeks were so smart and wore this herb on their robes?
However, a study by Northumbria University in Newcastle, England, concluded that the aroma of this herb can, indeed, dramatically boost memory and problem solving.
Co-researcher Jemma McCready, said:
“The difference between the two groups was 60-75 percent…one group would remember to do seven things compared with four tasks completed by those who did not smell the oil, and they were quicker. These findings may have implications for treating individuals with memory impairments.”
What is this miraculous herb that may enhance the brains of millions of students, business professionals and seniors?
You can find out in our free report, entitled “7 Natural Brain Boosters”.
It also reveals an ancient spice used by India’s ‘memory masters’ to recite long poems and 100-digit numbers.
And a nut known as the ‘golden nugget of brain power’ because of its abundance of omega-3, vitamin E and other brain boosting super nutrients.
As well as a common garden vegetable that’s a rich natural source of the vitamins needed for healthy brain development and cognition.
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