How Ashibata Improves Your Memory

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You know that blogging is my outlet not only to release stress but also to release memories that cannot stay too long with my brain. I think that if I’d let my brain cells hold on to too many memories, one day they might explode and I can’t remember a thing anymore.

My problem is with remembering facts, dates of events (including small and detailed happenings), names of new people I meet and certain notes I choose to forget that are nonetheless still important and should be kept intact to my memory. I’d like to think that our brain’s memory functions like that of the computer’s. We can enter information and let it stay there but we also have to put out information once it is nearly full.

However, in reality, the human’s brain is not like that. We can actually store loads and loads of facts, senses, feelings and memories from our day-to-day lives in there only if we can improve our memory to the maximum ability our brain can put forth. One way to do this is to exercise our memory with the use of these techniques: visualization, chaining, linking and acrostics.

When I was a student, I used different types of mnemonics to help me remember answers to my exams. I am strong in picturing things and relating them to my studies. Often I write them all on paper, to see how far I have memorized and understood things I read from the book or heard from the lecturer’s discussion.

Mind you, I also compose rhythms of songs and sing sentences together—including complicated ones with technical jargons. I have tried different stuff that helped me remember. But I think all these will not happen successfully also when I don’t take ashitaba.

Truth be told, I set myself as an experiment on the effects of ashitaba on improving memory. There was a period when I do my “remembering tactics” without taking ashitaba and another time when I keep doing the same memory techniques while taking ashitaba every day. The result is that I tend to remember things more cohesively and meritoriously when I take this superfood.

Then I made my research on ashitaba’s relationship with the nerve growth factor, a protein essential in the development and survival of certain neurons in both the central and peripheral nervous systems, found in the brain. Discovery by the scientists at the Biomedical Group of TAKARA Shuzo Co Ltd stated that the Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) is enhanced by several compounds contained in ashitaba. They found that NGF contains a protein that is effective in preventing and treating Alzheimer-type dementia and diabetic peripheral neuropathy. And ashitaba is a catalyst as it serves to enhance the passage of blood to the brain and increase the concentration of the NGF.

Chalcones inside ashitaba have also been uncovered to stimulate the production of Nerve Growth Factor which is synthesized in minute amounts in the body. Chalcones are essential in the development and survival of certain neurons (nerve cells) in the peripheral and central nervous system. Evidence was created when a group of scientists from the Biomedical Group in Takara, Japan officiated an animal study. Result was that there was a 20 percent increase in nerve growth factor concentration in animals taking ashitaba for just four days.

So let your body cleanse, nourish and heal itself with ashitaba and improve your brain’s memory functions at one go.

24 comments:

  1. do you sell ashitaba tea in maniLa?

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    1. Hello. I don't sell ashitaba tea (leaves). You can buy from the Amazon web store in this post.

      I used to sell the ashitaba plant but now I've ran out of stock already.

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  2. I think regular dose of ashitaba can make you more retentive even at old age.

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    1. We will see about that when we, too, get old. :D

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  3. I think I need this. I used to have a really great memory before but I guess age keeps up with the brain too :)

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    1. Hehe aside from taking supplements, there are lots of things you can do to exercise your brain and train it to be more powerful to retain memories. Do Sudoku puzzles and keep yourself updated with the news. :D

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  4. Yes, truly, our body systems needs to maintain the processes that stimulates our brain cells and the all other parts of our bodies. Ashitaba can help with these processes.

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    1. Proper nutrition is essential for maintaining top brain function. In this regard, you may want to supplement or adjust your diet to include more vitamins, specifically those that benefit the brain.

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  5. As we get older, we tend to have memory problems so ashitaba can really help in keeping the memory sharp.

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    1. Yes, there are more vitamins that can help improve brain power and short-term memory, and boost your overall cognitive performance. Examples are folic acid, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C and E.

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  6. this looks amazing! good for students oh! i guess this sounds good for all ages to boost and enhance our memory! x0 www.tauyanm.com

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    1. Students (especially mga nagpupuyat) need to take an adequate amount of antioxidants, which help eliminate free radicals from the body's system.

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  7. I really need this I guess! :))Thanks for this

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    1. Actually we all do need to make sure that we get enough vitamins for our brains to improve overall performance. You're welcome.

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  8. I'm actually looking for ashitaba leaves.. how do i drink it? do i just boil it in water and drink it like tea?

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    1. Yes. I have an entire article for that. Please feel free to browse through this blog to know more. :)

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  9. where can i buy ashitaba? i think i need this because sometimes i forget mga important things.

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    1. You can have it either in leaves form, capsules (powder) form or tea form. All are available from Amazon.

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  10. It's no doubt that ashitaba has a lot of medical uses. That said, there's no need to buy expensive alternatives to enhance memory than in an organic ashitaba.

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    1. Yes, the only problem is that we have a limited supply of real ashitaba in the Philippines. The good news is that you can always buy online - making our lives easier. To enhance memory, there's no need to go far. Taking leafy green vegetables, nuts, grains and sweet potatoes in your diet is good.

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  11. This will help me improve my memorizing skills especially when I have a lot to memorize *ehem* exams :D

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    1. Ah haha yes. I know that you have been sleeping in less hours because of academics. :) Ashiaba can aid not only to improve your memory but also treat depressive moods and increase mental alertness.

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  12. we have ashitaba plants in our backyard, but I tried to cook it just once.

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    1. I see. That's okay, a good starting point. :) I have shared some recipes you can follow using ashitaba.

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