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Natural Memory Improvement With Essential Oils

Updated on October 4, 2014

Treating Memory Loss with Essential Oils

Memory is one of the most basic functions of the body. However, it has become so basic that most people have neglected to take measures that will enable them to preserve their memory ability and increase its performance. One of the most common reasons for memory loss is aging. However, there are also other lifestyle factors that could result to memory loss, such as diet and nutrition. This cause a buildup of free radicals in your body and the lack of proper nutrients to your brain, causing a deficiency in performance.

The use of essential oils will enable you to treat memory loss by introducing therapeutic properties to your brain and properly nourishing it to improve memory capacity. In addition, essential oils also boost blood circulation that increase oxygen supply in your brain, aiding in the process of nutrient assimilation.

Rosemary Oil

When people think of essential oils that improve memory, rosemary almost always come to mind first. Indeed, the use of rosemary oil for natural memory enhancement traces a long history dating back during the ancient times. For example, rosemary is made into garlands that are worn on the head during the times of ancient Greece. This is because they believed that the aroma from the rosemary herb helps to strengthen the brain and boost your memory.

This oil is derived from a famous cooking herb, which comprise of pine-like leaves that release pungent aroma. Rosemary is commonly used in cooking due to the aroma and unique flavor it adds up to any dish. But the volatile oil that is yielded from rosemary herb also offer several therapeutic benefits when used in aromatherapy. Rosemary oil acts as a balancing or regulating essential oil. Therefore, it can normalize functions in the body such as stimulating your brain for enhanced memory capacity. You must avoid administering the use of rosemary oil on pregnant women though since its woody and pungent smell could induce labor.

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Ginkgo Biloba Oil

This particular plant specie is already quite rare these days and records show that they have been around for over 200 million years. Only a few are aware though of their benefits when used in aromatherapy. One of its most well known benefits include memory enhancement. The natural compounds ginkgolides and favone glycosides are two natural antioxidants that you acquire upon using ginkgo biloba oil for aromatherapy. They are also responsible for the memory-enhancing effect on the brain.

The antioxidant properties of ginkgo biloba oil contribute to the elimination of free radicals and harmful toxins in the body. It also boost circulation for proper assimilation of nutrients and increased oxygen supply to the brain.

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Sage Oil

This particular oil is derived from a plant that belongs to the mint family native to the Mediterranean region. The leaves from the plant are utilized for the extraction of essential oils that are used in aromatherapy, specifically for treatment of memory loss. This healing action happens as a result of brain stimulation that is produced by introducing properties of sage essential oil into your body. In addition to research studies, several tests were also conducted to provide concrete examination of the sage oil's capacity to improve memory and the resulting data confirms this.

More Essential Oils For Memory

Although there are a few notable essential oils known for treating memory loss and improve mental performance, there are actually a lot of choices available. These oils contain properties that enhance mental clarity, alertness, and treat confusion – all of which are important in nourishing your brain's capacity to improve memory.

Here are some of the oils you can use for natural memory enhancement:

•    angelica oil
•    ginger oil
•    grapefruit oil
•    thyme oil
•    frankincense oil
•    juniper oil
•    lemon oil
•    coriander oil
•    neroli oil
•    petitgrain oil
•    mandarin oil
•    black pepper oil
•    basil oil


Essential Oil Blends For Memory

Health experts believe that you must not neglect any symptoms of memory loss since it can be an indication of some other disease. However, you can manage it once you have noticed that you begin to forget things quite often. As you might have read above, there are quite a few choices of essential oils that you can use to treat memory loss. Aromatherapists believe that the most effective approach to treatment though would consist of a combination of these oils.

Below are some essential oil blends you can try.

Brain Clarity Blend

Brain clarity is important in improving your memory capacity. Therefore, you will be needing a combination of more than one essential oil to produce a healing action. When you are able to clear your mind, you enrich your ability to store memory in the brain. Here are some of the essential oils you can use to prepare your brain clarity blend that would improve your memory ability: geranium, peppermint, ylang ylang, cardamom, palmarosa, rosewood, bergamot, lemon, rosemary, basil, jasmine, and Roman chamomile.

Concentration Blend

One reason why someone tends to loss his/her memory is when they lack the ability to concentrate. Memory and concentration must always go together so your brain functions efficiently. Hence, preparing an essential oil concentration blend prove really effective in reversing the symptoms of memory loss and retain mental sharpness. A great concentration blend consists of the following essential oils: 20 drops of lemon oil, 6 drops of basil oil, and 2 drops of rosemary oil.

Mix all ingredients thoroughly to ensure that all of its healing properties are well incorporated. Then, use an essential oil diffuser to slowly release the aroma of the blend and fill your entire room. As you inhale the essences from the blend, you will instantly feel a relaxing effect while the therapeutic properties enter into your bloodstream and travel towards your brain for proper stimulation.

Memory-Enhancing Blend

An effective memory-enhancing blend consists of essential oils that are known to contain properties that stimulate your brain, making it more active and increase its ability to retain information. You can give your brain a boost by combining the following essential oils together in a memory-enhancing blend: 10 drops of rosemary oil, 5 drops of basil oil, 4 drops of helichrysum, and 2 drops of peppermint oil.

Before using this particular essential oil blend, make sure to dilute it first using any of your chosen carrier oils. That way, you can enjoy the memory-enhancing benefits of the blend with developing any adverse side effects.

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