This physic garden has its origins in neuroscience. Created by a professor of neurochemistry at the University of Newcastle and developed by a pharmacognosist (study of the science of plant medicine) specialising in aromatic plants for memory and the brain. Dilston has a focus on plants shown by science to be active in the brain and on brain protective preventative medicine. Dilston Physic Garden is grounded in science and testing the efficacy of traditional medicine and embraces sound evidence from a multidisciplinary and trans-boundary perspective.
Dilston began in the 1990’s because of the team’s pioneering scientific research showing that plants used historically to boost memory, like European sage, are shown to clinically boost memory memory. To take part in our next clinical trial for memory email firstname.lastname@example.org – our last pilot trial showed those under 63 years, who took the plant medicine, improved in their word recall by over 50% compared to those who didn’t take it.