Hong Charya was born in the secluded Khmer village tribe in Cambodia. Part of a civilization that existed over 4,000 years ago, his ancestors were the first of their kind to invent the alphabet currently used by a few countries today, namely Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos.
Unfortunately, Hong wasn’t born with the same intellectual instincts as his forefathers. He would often get into trouble in class, and fail exams all year round.
“He’d refuse to read and write, or even do his homework right. He could never pay attention in class and would interrupt other students.
His attention span was so short, he would daydream all day. He shouldn’t come to school if he still acts like a monkey!” – Hong’s teacher
“We’ve tried everything to get him to study, but nothing’s working. We’re very worried about him because education doesn’t come easy for people like us (from the tribe).” – Hong’s father
Hong’s parents paid for a private tutor with what little money they have. They even brought him into town to consult a medical doctor. But none of them could help Hong.
Out of ideas, Hong’s parents brought him to their old tribal doctor to ask for guidance. The tribal doctor held an ancient ceremonial prayer for Hong with his parents and other villagers.
He prepared some ancient herbs and burnt it in a pot, and the invigorating scent immediately calmed Hong down.
Hong’s parents had never seen him so tranquil before, that’s when the tribal doctor said:
“Our ancestors have been harvesting lemongrass for centuries, an ancient herb planted along the Mekong river by the ancestral tribe.
The lemongrass absorbs abundant nutrients deep within the soil, enhancing its aromatic properties. The herbs heightened their attention to surroundings, and helped them achieve laser focus.
It made extraordinary hunters among our tribesmen and preserved our culture till this day.” – Tribal doctor
The tribal doctor gave Hong a bottle of the blended oil to help him concentrate in his studies. And the results surprised even his teacher.
“He started paying attention in class and could answer every question thrown at him. He’s doing his homework and acing his tests, and was soon our highest scoring student. I couldn’t believe it myself.” – Hong’s teacher
But Hong’s capabilities didn’t stop there, he was communicating to almost every tourist that visited his tribal village. The more he talked to the tourists, the more languages he absorbed from them. Any question asked, be it Spanish, Chinese, Russian, he’d reply with ease.
One tourist soon posted a video of him communicating with her onto her social media accounts, and it instantly went viral overnight. Hong became an internet sensation and caught the attention of many private benefactors who wanted to fund him a brighter future.
Soon enough, Hong got himself into Harvard’s top language program, and was suddenly exposed to a wider range of people to talk to. He was at the top of his program every semester and blew everyone away with his intellect and the many languages he spoke.
One day, Hong was approached by researchers from the neuroscience department, who were interested in his astonishing capabilities.
“I had to see it for myself, Hong’s IQ scores were unbelievable. So, I asked him if there’s a secret to all this.” – Prof Mills
That’s when Hong handed Prof Mills the oil given by his tribal doctor. And sure enough, the secret to Hong’s success in his studies and high IQ lies within the oil.
“The scent of lemongrass stimulates the olfactory nerves and drive electrical stimulus straight into the left inferior frontal cortex.
The chemical components from it fuel active thought processes in the brain to generate better thinking skills.
It’s as if the scent built a freeway straight into the brain, allowing one to absorb anything they’ve learnt in an instant.” – Prof Mills
Professor Mills reverse engineered Hong’s blended oil to further enhance it to activate cognitive components on the frontal lobe, and created a stronger version of the oil called Neurio™.
Neurio™’s popularity is spreading across the globe and helping students and working adults alike push boundaries and achieve amazing results.
Hong is now the world’s youngest polyglot, with over 40 languages mastered throughout his time in Harvard. He doesn’t have plans on stopping there, and instead have bigger fish to catch.
“I’m planning on becoming the world’s youngest foreign ambassador. To help avoid conflicts, bridge nations together, and bring peace across the world. It would be a privilege and a humbling experience.” – Hong Charya
Hong’s journey has only just begun, with many others like him trying to achieve their dreams.
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