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Rosemary Scent Boosts Prospective Memory, Northumbria University Study


5/13/2013 7:54:12 AM

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The smell of rosemary essential oil may help enhance prospective memory- the ability to remember upcoming events in order to complete future tasks, like sticking to a medication schedule or sending an email. Rosemary has been medicinally linked to memory since ancient times, when the ancient Egyptians used it in fidelity rituals at weddings and funerals.

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