What’s a Brainiac Oxymel?

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An oxymel is a type of herbal prepa­ra­tion that uses vine­gar to ex­tract the ben­e­fi­cial prop­er­ties of herbs. Honey is added for palata­bil­ity. The re­sult is a sweet and sour mix that you can en­joy by the spoon­ful, or you can add it to a glass of wa­ter to make a bev­er­age. The recipe in my book for Brainiac Oxymel [ see bet­ter­nu­tri­tion. com for the full recipe] fea­tures ash­wa­gandha and gotu kola. Ash­wa­gandha is calm­ing and sup­ports clear think­ing. Gotu kola is used as a tonic in Ayurveda, and it has an affin­ity for mem­ory and men­tal fa­tigue. Both herbs are very sup­port­ive of brain func­tion and men­tal health.

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