The Best Herbs to Improve Your Memory

A good memory is one of the best assets for any person. It helps in improving your learning capacity and ability to retain information that will help you throughout your life. A good memory is a boon for both students and professionals. However, if you have difficulty in recalling information, you can easily improve your memory with the help of certain herbs. Herbs have been used for centuries to boost memory and prevent dementia in older adults.

Brains are capable of creating new brain cells at any given age, and diet plays an essential role in how often, and how effectively, they can do so. Although most natural wholefoods contain properties that can help keep the minds in good shape, studies show that the three herbs listed below are particularly effective  treatment in this regard.

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Ashwagandha has the ability to lighten the load of your brain, preventing it from succumbing to pressure that could eventually lead to disorders. With less pressure and stress, your brain can function optimally. You can then expect to enjoy mental clarity and increased alertne.

Ginkgo biloba

This has been taken for thousands of years and has been show to aid in the treatment of “cerebral inefficiency”, which is basically a diminished cognitive function, brain fog, feelings of uneasiness, tiredness/fatigue and generally feeling awful.


Experts believe that sage contains active ingredients that boost the chemicals that trigger transmission of messages within the brain. When scientists from the Universities of Newcastle and Northumbria tested 44 people by having them take either sage or a placebo, results showed that those given sage performed better in a word recall test.


Vacha which means “speech” is an important herb for the brain. It promotes better concentration, clarity and speech. It has a stimulating effect which means that it treats depression and mental sluggishness.

Green Tea

Green tea is prepared from the leaves of Camellia sinensis after allowing for only a slight oxidation during processing.Green tea is rich in antioxidant polyphenols, flavonoids as well as carotenoids, tocopherol, vitamin C, selenium, zinc, chromium and manganese.


Most Beautiful Tourist Destination in Thailand

Thailand is Asia’s most popular tourist goal. Its reputation for pleasure-seeking attracts thousands of backpacker’s and its outstanding areas of natural beauty and idyllic beaches attract an increasing amount of holiday-makers. It’s a country rich with culture, history, smiling locals and some interesting quirks. With so many tourist attractions on offer, how does a first timer to this far-flung land know where to start? Here is my personal Top Ten list of Destination in Thailand.

Thailand has much to offer to the visitor, from cosmopolitan cities with great shopping opportunities to jungles, waterfalls and some the best beaches in Southeast Asia. It would take months to truly explore and understand Thailand, but if you don’t have the luxury of so much time, the best-next choice is to visit the top sites in Thailand. According to experts like Lonely Planet, those top spots include everything from sandy beaches to historical sights.         Tourist Destination in Thailand


Phuket is also a more touristic island. It is the largest island in Thailand and is called Mallorca of Thailand by some backpackers. But besides all-inclusive tourists, hotel resorts and sunbeds one can also find some more quiet beaches and fascinating countryside.

Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is a city and province in the north of Thailand  Vacation. Famous for its jungles and mountains, Chiang Mai is the destination for those who want nature and a relief from the heat of the city. The city is home to many temples, or wats, including the famous Wat Chedi Luang, built in 1402. Jungle treks, which can last from a few hours to several days, also are a big attraction in Chiang Mai.

Railay Beach

Thailand’s most famous beach destinations, and Railay is the cream of the crop. Widely considered one of the best beaches in the country, Railay delivers on promises of white sand beaches, clear blue water, and a feeling that you’ve found a slice of paradise.

Khao Sok National Park

Khao Sok National Park in the south of Thailand is home to the oldest evergreen rainforest in the world. Trek by foot or take a jeep safari through the jungle, spotting gibbons, barking deer and wild boar along the way. For bigger thrills, try tubing or canoeing around Cheow Larn Lake, where you can also stay in a private floating bungalow.

Mae Hong Son

Hemmed in by high mountains and bordering Myanmar (Burma), Mae Hong Son in the far north is a good starting point for treks to see colourful hill tribes in the surrounding region.