photo credit: chloester Like women, men’s hormones also naturally decline with age. Two of the most notable of these are testosterone and DHEA (women have these hormones as well, just in lesser amounts).
photo credit: ginkgocz The Ginkgo tree is one of the oldest living species of trees on the planet – it has been around for over 300 million years, earning itself the nickname “living fossil.” The Maidenhair Tree, as Ginkgo is also known, is primarily used as a circulatory tonic. It improves circulation to the brain which, in turn, elevates oxygen levels and boosts the brain’s metabolism of glucose. This can help to improve focus and concentration, make us feel… Continue reading
photo credit: lilli2de Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) is an Eastern longevity herb traditionally used as a “brain food.” It has been used for thousands of years as a revitalizing cerebral tonic for improving memory, attention span and concentration, and as a general nervous system tonic. Centella has also been shown to help stimulate production of healthy