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It is enough just to smell its aroma, this plant helps to strengthen the memory
Written by SOT.COM.AL 5 Gusht 2022
We can all have problems with our memory, but the solution for a very good memory has already been found.
Students who are in exam season can strengthen their memory by smelling the scent of rosemary. This plant with fine needle-like leaves and a pleasant smell, which are used in cooking or to extract a kind of oil from them, is considered a spice that strengthens the memory.
In Ancient Greece, students put sprigs of rosemary when they had tests to perform better.
Now scientific researchers at Northumbria University have discovered that rosemary essential oils are also good for children's memory.
40 children aged 10-11 completed a series of memory tests. The children were divided into two groups (randomly), and entered into two different classrooms, where rosemary oil was distributed to one of them.
Children were tested individually. After the presentation, the researcher says to the child: You are here to play some memory games. Please don't be nervous and try your best to remember what I'm going to ask you."
Children who were in the rosemary-scented classroom achieved better results than their peers.