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Just Inhaling Mint helps Brain Health

Many rural Americans have mint plants in their garden or near door stops to prevent unwanted animals from passing through their steps or under crawl spaces. The strong scent of mint is a fence between humans and animals, such as snakes, lizards, or anything that doesn’t like the mint smell. Many scientists found this scent from mint could help many brain degradation diseases such as Dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and cognitive disorders.

Alzheimer’s disease is a serious neurodegenerative disorder that gets worse over time. Worldwide,  55 million people are living with Alzheimer’s disease and every year, at least 10 million people are new patients and waiting in line to see specialist doctors. Alzheimer’s disease has threatened the quality of life and public health.

Mints have lots of health benefits, according to, humans have used mints, including peppermint as a remedy for centuries ago when a baby has stomach pain, kill mouth germs, and seasonal allergies, take easy for stuffy sinuses, boost energy, relieve menstrual cramps, fight foodborne bacteria, and so on. Most of all, peppermint oil solution will help you when you have a headache put the oil on your forehead and temples can help you take the headache away.

NHS England has closely been monitoring a pipeline of new disease-modifying treatments (DMTs) in development for mild cognitive impairment associated with early or mild Alzheimer’s disease. An article was written by Emily Spencer, from Edinburgh Napier University, “Imagine a future where the smell of menthol could alleviate some of the worst symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease,” and she said in the article, that modified mice with Alzheimer’s disease on the experiment smelting mint increased the brain function and slower the neurodegeneration disorder progress.

The mint helps increase alertness, and memory capability, and prevent mental fatigue. Furthermore, mint could help the symptoms of cognitive disorders by soothing the mind and body’s progress.


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