This traditional Japanese remedy may fix memory loss

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This could potentially save you and your loved ones from terrible memory loss…

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This traditional Japanese remedy may fix memory loss

Memory loss is a terrible thing because it makes you behave as if you are old.

And anything that stops or reverses memory loss also works generally on what we call Alzheimer’s.

Alzheimer’s disease was named in 1901. 

But the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease have been recorded for thousands of years.

Because of its long history, there are many folk remedies for Alzheimer’s symptoms.

In population studies, some traditional Japanese remedies have shown promise for Alzheimer’s. 

A recent trial showed that one Japanese remedy could improve cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients.

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This human trial took place at the University of Toyama in Japan. The Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine published the results.

The research investigated two similar herbal remedies used in Japan. 

As with many Japanese herbal remedies, these preparations originated in China.

The remedies are kihito (gui-pi-tang in Chinese) and kamikihito (jia-wei-gui-pi-tang in Chinese).

Animal experiments have shown that the herbal remedies could improve memory in mice prone to Alzheimer’s.

“We previously reported that the administration of traditional Japanese medicines, to Alzheimer’s disease model mice improved memory impairment.”

There is some research on these herbal remedies in humans. 

“There are a few reports that show kihito and kamikihito have a beneficial effect on the cognitive function of Alzheimer’s patients in clinical studies.”

The research seems to show a beneficial effect – but those studies are weak.

“However, these studies are not comparative and are retrospective studies; thus, more evidence is needed.”

So these researchers decided to carry out a high-quality trial using one of these remedies – kihito.

“So we conducted a clinical trial to investigate the effect of kihito on cognitive function of Alzheimer’s disease patients.”

All of the participants were confirmed to have Alzheimer’s disease. 

This involved brain scans and tests of cognitive brain function.

Cognitive brain function was assessed using the mini mental state exam (MMSE).

One of the most common tests of mental function in Alzheimer’s disease, the MMSE is a 30-point questionnaire that takes between 5 and 10 minutes.

The MMSE questionnaire looks at attention, calculation, recall, language, and the ability to follow commands.

This study included four men and six women between the ages of 58 and 82.

The participants took 7.5 gm of kihito per day during the trial period (in three 2.5 gm doses) for 16 weeks.

The researchers carried out the mini mental state examination before the study began. And again at the end of the 16 week trial.

Kihito significantly improved cognitive brain performance, according to the mini mental state exam.

“Mini mental state exam scores are significantly increased during the kihito supplementation period.”

Scores on the MMSE decreased during a four-month period during which the participants were not taking kihito.

But, during the same time duration, when the participants used the herbal remedy, their MMSE scores improved.

The research backs up previous studies showing that kihito could be useful for boosting mental performance in people with Alzheimer’s.

“This study showed that kihito is useful for improving cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients.”

The study also looked for changes in the Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status. 

This is a series of tests that looks at the development of dementia.

The results of these tests show that kihito seems to slow the progress of dementia in Alzheimer’s patients.

“The Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status test scores had a slight improvement during the kihito intake period.”

Kihito is an herbal combination of 12 different plants:

  • Ginseng Radix
  • Polygalae Radix
  • Astragali Radix
  • Zizyphi Fructus
  • Zizyphi Spinosi Semen
  • Angelicae Radix
  • Glycyrrhizae Radix
  • Atractylodis Rhizoma
  • Zingiberis Rhizoma
  • Poria
  • Saussureae Radi
  • Longan Arillus

The researchers found no side effects from kihito supplementation.

“No side effects or adverse events were observed during safety assessment visits.”

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

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