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St. John's Wort

St. John's Wort has been scientifically proven to be a wonderful for protecting and enhancing memory.  It has been shown to increase the neurotransmitters in the body that are essential for restoration of lost memory.  These are actually small molecular substances that affect various aspects of the brain and a person's mood.  When choosing a St. John's Wort supplement, be sure that you are not currently taking any prescription drugs for depression, as these tend to cause a severe reaction.  It is also important to choose a product that is about .3 pecent hypericin. 

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Rosemary, Madia and Shasta Daisy Essence

Try combining shasta daisy, madia and rosemary together.  This unique combination actually has been shown to stop memory loss.  Rosemary is beneficial for memory loss that is associated with increased age, and madia helps with memory loss due to distraction.  You'll find that shasta daisy helps with meaningful memories.  To reap the greatest benefit, try to take all three essences simultaneously.  Try four drops of each essence four times a day. 

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Kava Kava

Kava Kava is an herb that is found in the South Pacific.  It is an extract made from periwinkle seeds that works as a milk sedative.  This herb is a great natural remedy for memory loss because it helps the brain to increase hormone production and improves memory.

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Food Journal

One of the best natural treatments for memory loss is to keep a food journal.  While writing down everything you eat is an excellent way to lose weight, you'll find that there are some foods that help to increase mental abilities and others that don't.  By keeping a written record of your foods and moods, you'll be able to recognize which foods work best for your own personal mental stimulation and which foods hinder it. 

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Use your kitchen utensils as an excellent tool to test your memory loss.  This is a simple and effective natural remedy for memory loss.  It's likely that your utensil drawer's contents haven't changed in a significant amount of time.  Clean the drawer out and re-organize it and take a mental inventory of its contents.  The next day, ask a friend to take an item or two out of the drawer, then take another mental inventory.  See if you can figure out which item has been removed.  You can continue to do this with different drawers throughout your house.  Not only is this a great way to keep your memory sharp, it's also a great way to re-organize your drawers. 

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A great way to improve memory capability is actually the crossword puzzle in your morning paper.  Take some time to do this every day.  Puzzles like crosswords and Sudoku actually jog your memory and exercise your brain. 

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Recipe Game as Home Remedy for Memory Loss

Do a recipe memory job as a simple and fun home remedy for memory loss.  Sit down and think of your favorite recipes.  Try to write them down from memory.  The next day, do the same thing with the same recipes.  Then, compare the two days' recipes and see how they stack up.  This is a fun brain exercise and is a great way to jog your memory. 

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