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How to improve memory?

Postby Memories » Mon, 23 May 2005 10:27 am

I have very bad memory for a young person aged 30. Is there any ways or food I could take to improve poor memory? :roll:

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Re: How to improve memory?

Postby periwrinkle » Tue, 24 May 2005 9:27 am

Memories wrote:I have very bad memory for a young person aged 30. Is there any ways or food I could take to improve poor memory? :roll:


try gingko biloba. get a product with an extract standardised to scientifically -support ratio of 27% gingko flavone glycosides and 7% terpene lactones.

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Postby chocoswiss » Tue, 24 May 2005 9:53 am

think almods improve memory and regular head massages with oil... 8)
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Re: How to improve memory?

Postby ah_lun » Fri, 17 Jun 2005 12:22 am

periwrinkle wrote:
Memories wrote:I have very bad memory for a young person aged 30. Is there any ways or food I could take to improve poor memory? :roll:


try gingko biloba. get a product with an extract standardised to scientifically -support ratio of 27% gingko flavone glycosides and 7% terpene lactones.


Well Gingko does help .... (but theres a risk of infertiliy)
Theres another drug that u might ask ur GP to prescribe to u which is Piracetam (Studies shown that it actually improves the memory of stroke patients & prevent dementia)

Cheers


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