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How to improve memory by taking honey?

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Honey has tremendous healing properties and since times immemorial it has been found to cure tons of ailments. If you have recently started to forget things, or your are unable to recall things, you don’t know where did you put your keys, just forgot what did you eat this morning, unable to remember a phone No, or even the name of your mate at work etc, then most probably your memory has gone weak. There is nothing to worry about as most cases are not serious and can be treated easily. All you need is just take a few steps to get the job done. People’s experience and research shows that honey is a big booster for strengthening the weaker memory.

What is memory loss?

buy manuka honeyMemory loss is a certain degree of forgetfulness. It  is also called the inability to recall past events. It can be temporary, permanent, short term or long term. The inability to recall the past evens could relate to distant past, near past or recent events.  It is also referred to as amnesia which can be either total or partial memory loss.

Honey and Memory Loss

Mike McInnes of Isoactive in Edinburgh, U.K, who authored the Hibernation Diet, noted that dementia and cognitive conditions are associated with old age, but these may begin even in childhood. Mike further explains that this is due to poor quality sleep which may be caused by

the lack of quality darkness and the lack of energy provision for the brain. In order to overcome this, just consume some honey before going to bed, according to Mike of Isoactive.

To put it in more simple words, our brain needs energy when are asleep. When food sources are not available we experience what is called nocturnal fasting. When honey is consumed before going to bed, it acts a fuel source for the brain and helps in preserving memory.

Research

Reuters Health reported that a study was conducted in which 102 healthy women participated. The participants were asked to take 20 grams of honey, take hormone-replacement therapy or do nothing. After four months the researchers found that those who took honey or hormone pills had better memory.  They were able to recall one extra word out of the total fifteen words given to them as a short term memory test.

Dr. Zahiruddin Othman, University Sains, Kubang Kerian, Malaysia writes in the journal Menopause that immediate memory improvement can occur due to improvement in concentration and overall well being after taking honey. The study has also been published by PubMed.

Another study by Memory Improvement Central, the University of Waikato Hamilton, New Zealand concluded that the antioxidant properties in honey could prevent cell damage and loss due to old age.  The study also concluded that honey was beneficial to rats whose memory grew weaker due to aging.

How to take honey for boosting memory?

The simplest way is just to take 1 or 2 spoons either in the morning, half an hour before breakfast, or just before going to bed. When you take honey on an empty stomach before breakfast, it concentrates in the stomach and relives many of the abdominal ailments. Taking it before going to bed stimulates metabolism, which causes good sleep and may help boost memory and even weight loss.

Gloria Havenhand, in her book called Honey Nature’s Golden Healer, says that a quick and active mind is attributed to honey lovers the world over. She suggests that taking honey with pepper or cinnamon helps prevent memory loss. She also suggests adding honey to a glass of water or milk and drinking it daily.

Jenny Fleetwood in her landmark book “Honey” recommends to take honey with ginseng elixir every day before breakfast to relax the nerves and help in the recovery of damage to the nervous system.  Here is the remedy adopted from her book.

  1. Take 1 teaspoon of powdered ginseng.
  2. Mix it with one teaspoon of honey.
  3. Add hot water to the mixture in a cup or glass.
  4. Allow to stand for one minute.
  5. Drink it warm.

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  • Nasrat Khan

    Hi everyone I am student but I am sharing one thing, and it is that the Holy Quran that have mentioned already before 1400 years ago that honey is good for memory and brain
    Thanks
    Nasrat Khan

  • cicada69

    re: ginseng: I find that if I have ginseng on more than 3 consecutive days, it tends to put me into a form of anxiety; it was like having a 30 hour low-grade panic attack.. the first day or so of ginseng’s energy was rather nice, though.. Just proceed carefully, with any supplementation, and listen to your body.

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