tea and herb for brain function

Do you ever feel like your brain is feeling tired? like it doesn’t function too well? Do you feel like your mood needs some improving?  Well, did you ever think about using herbs, to help improve brain function? Brighten up your emotions? Today we will tell you about a few herbs, that may help you with that.

Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) is often used to improve memory, concentration, and mental performance levels. Gotu Kola is also considered to be an adaptogen, which means it lowers stress.

Tagara known as Indian valerian helps emotional and nervous conditions.

Oat straw is a soothing herb often used as a tea for cases of mild to moderate anxiety.

Vincristine Is One Of The Most Powerful Anticancer Drugs In The World. In Fact, It Has Significantly Increased The Survival Rate For Acute Childhood Leukemia; However, Periwinkle’s Vincsristine Also Offers Huge Positive Neuro-Cognitive Effects, And Even reduces brain tumors.

Ginko Biloba actually helps to regenerate brain cells. Ginko Biloba is also often used to improve memory and concentration.

Ashwaghandha reduces the effects of overwork and is one of the best for promoting mental clarity and cognitive functioning. It boosts the brain’s memory and is very helpful in supporting the immune system. Ashwaghandha does wonders for nervous exhaustion and protects the brain against brain cell deterioration.  It is an important protective herb.

Kava (Piper methysticum) is primarily used to help one relax without disrupting mental clarity. May also be helpful to reduce anxiety.

Tulsi oxygenates the brain and improves circulation which improves feelings of well-being and mental cognition.

Of course, these herbs may not make you a genius, but they will naturally help your brain’s function, and will make you feel better. Doesn’t improved memory sound good? Or reduced stress? If you want that, then we definitely recommend trying out the herbs that we talked about above.

Have you ever tried any herbs to improve your brain? What do you think about that?

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