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Amnesia is the phenomenon that can occur in many different types of people of all ages, it is essentially the partial or complete loss of memory that can be brought on by a physical accident or even an emotional disturbance. Verbal amnesia is the most common form of the disease, in this condition the patient tends to forgets names and common words. A more uncommon form is temporary loss of memory, in which the patient can forget their own identity (name, history, family member, etc.). There has been a lot of research directed towards the disease, but as of yet there is no cure.

Black Pepper 

5-7 seeds of ground black pepper mixed with one teaspoon (or more for taste) of honey taken morning and evening until memory is regained. There is no explanation of this while we researched, but we found this everywhere.


Phosphorus rich foods are great for amnesia patients. These include: fruit juices (freshly squeezed), milk, egg yolk, nuts, pulses, cereal, apples, walnuts, and almonds. Phosphorus rich foods invigorate the brain cells and tissue thus aiding in the repairing process of the damaged area.  

Milk, Apples, & Honey

Mentioned earlier, but in need of more emphasis. Cow's milk is said to be extremely beneficial in the health of our brain. Also, in our research we found that a daily combination of cow's milk, apples, and honey popped up everywhere. Some foods that beneficial to our bodies are even more beneficial in synergy with each other.

Sage & Rosemary

Romarinus officinalis (rosemary) in ancient times was considered the herb for remembrance. The Greeks and Romans prepared fragrant distilled water from flowers of this plant and inhaled the odor so 'evils were destroyed and the memory no longer played tricks' on them. Suggested intake of rosemary for memory loss is to make a tea, taken 2-3 times a day. Make sure to drink the tea as soon as possible, when you let herbs and fruits sit out they sometimes lose their beneficial properties.

Salvia officinalis (sage) is also beneficial in the treatment of memory loss, acts as a cortex of the brain, aides in concentration, lessens the effects of mental exhaustion, and many more amazing things we are still finding out. Make a tea from dried sage leaves and drink 2-3 times a day. You can also mix with rosemary so you are not drinking 4-6 cups of tea a day.

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