The gamer granny

Published on  APRIL 4th, 2021 | Written by Madison manchester, senior editor

"I want to play well no matter how old I am, and continue playing as long as possible..."

This old lady is not your typical grandma. She's Hamako Mori, a 90-year-old Gamer Grandma. 

Hamako currently holds the Guinness World Record for The oldest videogames Youtuber. She has been a gamer for almost 39 years. At her age, she is able to complete many different hardcore games.

She enjoys streaming action games online to challenge her own reaction. She is even able to complete difficult games like the recent Resident Evil: Village.

"When you get old you tend to avoid trying new things."

"But I fell in love in gaming after I tried it for the first time."

Everyone is curious on how she manage to maintain her focus on her games at such age?

Tragedy that almost made her give up

Hamako's gaming life was not a smooth sail. At 2014, Hamako was diagnosed with dementia. She had a hard time remembering things, and her reaction got a lot slower.

Giving her love for games, it was devastating for Hamako to be unable to play games in her state. Little by little she got worse, losing her lucidity.

At some point, she was unable live alone as she kept forgetting everything and couldn't take care of herself. She had to move to her family for them to take care of her. But, an incident brought Hamako her turning point.


A Life-changing opportunity

One day, Hamako's family had to go out of town for a few weeks for work, they ask for help from their next door neighbor to allow Hamako to be in their care.

Hamako's neighbor, Dr. Yoshinobu Saito, is a renowned Biomedical researcher. When Hamako arrived at Dr. Yoshinobu's house, she smell something refreshing. The tension in her body slowly disappeared.

She began to relax. Her confusion and anxiety cleared up.

"When I smelled it, it was like a part of my mind opened up."

"I felt very fresh and with a very clear mind."

Unexpectedly, after staying at Dr. Yoshinobu's house for a few days, Hamako started to regain her awareness because of the smell.

"When my family came back a few weeks later, they were surprised by my clarity."

"I even remember their names clearly that I always forgot."

"We quickly ask Dr. Yoshinobu about the smell, and he told us it was Ylang Ylang."


A scent that brings memory 

Dr. Yoshinobu's wife likes to diffuse Ylang Ylang's scent in their house.

Ylang Ylang is a yellow, star-shaped flower native to countries surrounding the Indian Ocean. Its rich and deep scent is usually described as sweet, and carries a slightly fruity floral scent.

Seeing how it helped Hamako, Dr. Yoshinobu decided to continue researching the Ylang Ylang flower and its effects on dementia.

His research showed that Ylang Ylang produces a smell that stimulates brain cells.

"Inhaling the smell improves cognitive functioning, overall brain performance and memory,"

"While elevating mood and calming the mind."

With this knowledge, Dr. Yoshinobu formed a team of expects to do in depth research. By using state-of-the-art equipment, they were able to create a superior formula with improved effectiveness which is 120% stronger.

They called it Minamoto™ Essential Oil.


The Minamoto™

"Scent is the most effective way to stimulate the brain."

"A typical scent triggers up to 187 olfactory receptors."

"However, Minamoto™'s unique scent can trigger up to 565 olfactory receptors."

"What's more, it has the ability to reach the brain within 22 seconds!"

"Imagine bypassing a congested road."

"Minamoto™ can help creating an efficient traffic in the frontal lobes."

"Leading to improved memory, problem solving skill and mental clarity."


Clinical Trial

Hamako was quickly put on a clinical trial with Minamoto™ Essential Oil.

To Dr. Yoshibonu's surprise, he found out that in just one week of exposure to Minamoto™, Hamako's dementia symptoms was reduced by 98%

She is able to keep her memories intact easily, and her reaction and focus has further improved than before.

"Through our nose, the scent stimulates the olfactory receptors to send messages to the brain's limbic system,"

"Allowing the brain to further open its latent potential."

"This results in greater clarity and cognitive abilities,"

"Which allow you to process complex problems more quickly or retain memory for longer."

Hamako was delighted to get back on her gaming journey. All thanks to the help from Dr. Yoshinobu and Minamoto™ Essential Oil.

"I felt that if I started to play games, life would be really interesting,"

"And I wouldn't have to think about unnecessary things!"

"I am really thankful to how Minamoto™ helped me regained my mind and my focus."

"I even got better at gaming than before."

"I feel that it would be good for other elderly people to play videogames."

Until today, Hamako is still playing games everyday, and she is not planning to stop.


Act before it is too late

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Let Minamoto™ Essential Oil help you achieve your mental clarity like Hamako did.

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