So excited to announce that our clinical trail is complete, published and peer reviewed. In short No1 Rosemary Water improves memory, focus and concentration by 15% just 20 minutes after drinking.
Dr Mark Moss (University of Northunbria) calls No1 Rosemary Water ‘a turbo booster for your brain.
Dr Mark Moss and the team conducted a series of tests to measure cognitive performance, focusing on memory.
These tests were designed to assess the participants’ capability to retain and manipulate information. Across a number of tests, the group drinking No1 Rosemary Water saw an improvement in their ability to recall information and complete their cognitive tasks.
The test participants were each given 250 ml of concentrated No1 Rosemary Water. 20 minutes after ingesting the shots, the experimental group performed the tasks while having their brain blood flow measured to assess how efficiently the body was extracting energy compared to the control group.
Those drinking No1 Rosemary Water shots saw an average increase of 15% in performance as well as an increase in the levels of deoxygenated red blood cells flowing through their brain. The researchers believe this indicates that the brain is extracting the energy it requires to perform the task more efficiently.
- Long-term and working memory tasks – 15% average improvement in a series of selected memory tasks in experimental group compared to placebo group. The current study therefore supports the body of evidence that rosemary has the potential for enhancing some memory-based aspects of cognitive functioning.
- Brain blood flow – statistically significant increased levels of deoxygenated blood in the brain compared to placebo group. The study is the first evidence of a cerebrovascular benefit from the ingestion of rosemary and suggests improved extraction of oxygen in the control group during cognitive tasks.