• Mint & Rosemary

Mint & Rosemary Collection
 
Mint and Rosemary synergistic blend
Feeling sluggish? Have a lot to remember and get done? Allow us to introduce you to one of our favorite synergistic blends - Mint & Rosemary! , UPLIFTING, AWAKENING, AND REFRESHING
In studies by The International Journal of Neuroscience, it has been found that "Rosemary produced a significant enhancement of performance for overall quality of memory and secondary memory factors." We love Rosemary’s long history as a memory aid, having been used by Greek scholars to enhance their memory during exams. Peppermint also has great benefits for memory and the added benefit of boosting alertness.



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