- 1 Rosemary
- 2 benefits of rosemary memory depending on the degree of efficiency 2.1 probability of effectiveness (Possibly Effective) 2.2 There is not enough evidence of effectiveness (Insufficient Evidence)
- 2.1 probability of effectiveness (Possibly Effective)
- 2.2 There is not enough evidence of effectiveness (Insufficient Evidence)
- 3 benefits of rosemary oil memory
- 4 general benefits of rosemary
- 5 References
Back Rosemary (scientific name: Rosmarinus officinalis - L), or what is also called milk stones to the platoon oral (scientific name: Lamiaceae) to which they belong many other plants, such as; Marjoram common, thyme, basil and lavender, known rosemary as a plant evergreen aromatic due in its origin to the Mediterranean regions,  and can eat small size of this plant Alaptellat, and their leaves, fresh or dried flowers, can also be tea aromatic drink of their leaves. 
Benefits of rosemary memory depending on the degree of efficiency
Probability of effectiveness (Possibly Effective)
- Improve Memory: A study published in the Journal of Complementary therapies in clinical practice in 2018 that the consumption of plant rosemary by mouth twice a day for a month, has a role in improving memory through remember past events, and remember future events planned, in addition to reducing the feeling of depression, anxiety, and the ability to improve sleep quality. 
There is not enough evidence of effectiveness (Insufficient Evidence)
Reduced thinking skills and memory with aging naturally, have indicated some studies that eating leaves powder rosemary may improve the ability to remember the speed of the elderly healthy, but the other hand, the results also reported that large doses of this powder led to a decline in memory negative, other research has shown that eating a product containing rosemary and a mixture of other plants by healthy people who are aged 62 years and below improves memory they have, but this effect did not occur to persons aged 63 years and older. 
Benefits of rosemary oil memory
Owned oil plant rosemary essential for many benefits, including improving the ability to remember images and numbers,  has been shown that Astnthak rosemary oil by students aged 13 to 15 years has improved their ability to remember the pictures and numbers after them in spray rooms where this oil is, according to what showed the results of a small study published in the Egyptian journal of basic and applied sciences magazine in 2017,  it was also shown that the inhalation of this oil has increased the concentration levels and enhanced attention, according to a study published in the Therapeutic advances magazine in psychopharmacology in 2012. 
The general benefits of rosemary
Rosemary is rich in compounds that have antioxidant effect, and an anti-inflammatory, which also have a role in strengthening the immune system, improve blood circulation,  The most important of these compounds: polyphenols, such as; Alagoesarnaik acid (Rosmarinic acid), acid-called Carnosic acid, can be used rosemary as a natural preservative to preserve perishable food, increasing its shelf life, and also contains some compounds that may possess anti-microbial properties, which can contribute to the fight against infection ,  It also contains small amounts of minerals and vitamins, such as; Vitamin A, vitamin C, folate, calcium, magnesium, and manganese. 
For more benefits of rosemary you can read the benefits of rosemary syrup article.
- ^ أ ب Joseph Nordqvist (13-12-2017), "Everything you need to know about rosemary"، www.medicalnewstoday.com, Retrieved 31-5-2020. Edited.
- ↑ "Rosmarinus officinalis - L.", www.pfaf.org, Retrieved 31-5-2020. Edited.
- ↑ Pouya Nematolahi, Mitra Mehrabani, Somayyeh Karami-Mohajeri And Others (2-2018),"Effects of Rosmarinus officinalis L. on memory performance, anxiety, depression, and sleep quality in university students: A randomized clinical trial", Complementary therapies in clinical practice, Folder 30, Page 24-28. Edited.
- ↑ "ROSEMARY", www.webmd.com, Retrieved 31-5-2020. Edited.
- ↑ Esther Heerema (19-5-2020), "Does Rosemary Actually Improve Your Memory and Cognition?"، www.verywellmind.com, Retrieved 31-5-2020. Edited.
- ↑ O.V. Filiptsova, L.V. Gazzavi-Rogozina, I.A. Timoshyna and others (5-2017), "The essential oil of rosemary and its effect on the human image and numerical short-term memory", Egyptian journal of basic and applied sciences, Issue 2, Folder 4, Page 107-111. Edited.
- ↑ Mark Moss and Lorraine Oliver (6-2012), "Plasma 1,8-cineole correlates with cognitive performance following exposure to rosemary essential oil aroma", Therapeutic advances in psychopharmacology, Issue 3, Folder 2, Page 103-113. Edited.
- ↑ Adda Bjarnadottir (7-11-2019), "6 Benefits and Uses of Rosemary Tea"، www.healthline.com, Retrieved 31-5-2020. Edited.
- ↑ Malia Frey (4-3-2020), "The Health Benefits of Rosemary"، www.verywellfit.com, Retrieved 31-5-2020. Edited.
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