Brain Memory Supplements, Brain Support Supplements - Green Organic Supplements
Brain (Memory) Support
90 VCaps, Hand Made, Non-GMO, Vegan, & Gluten Free
Made with Organic, Wild-Crafted, and Natural Ingredients
Memory Support is a complex combination of brain supporting nutrients that provides brain specific antioxidants, ingredients for memory support and cognition, anti-homocysteine ingredients, and a range of molecules derived from lipids that form the basic structure of brain cells and their connections.
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Memory Support, 90 VCaps
Hand Made, Non-GMO, Vegan, & Gluten Free
Made with Organic, Wild-Crafted, and Natural Ingredients
Memory Support is a complex combination of brain supporting nutrients that provides brain specific antioxidants, ingredients for memory support and cognition, anti-homocysteine ingredients, and a range of molecules derived from lipids that form the basic structure of brain cells and their connections.**
|Serving Size: 2 VCaps|
|Serving per Container: 45|
|Amount Per Serving||% DV|
|Pine Bark Ext. 95%||100mg||*|
|Wild Rhodiola & Ext. 10:11||60mg||*|
|Wild Club Moss (Huperzine A)||150mg||*|
|Organic Gotu Kola||50mg||*|
|Organic Brewers Yeast||100mg||*|
|Organic Ginkgo & Extract 24/6%1||100mg||*|
|Pomegranate Ext. 90%||100mg||*|
|Pepperine (Organic Black Pepper & Ext. 100:1)1||20mg||*|
|*Daily Value not established|
Other Ingredients: plant-derived capsule
1Includes the extract for potency and the whole plant for the cofactors lost at the extraction process.
Directions: Take 2 to 4 capsules per day with or without food, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
- ORGANIC GOTU KOLA -
- Assists memory, concentration, reflexes & energy.
- ORGANIC CUMIN -
- Phosphorus rich, needed to enhance memory.
- WILDCRAFTED RHODIOLA ROOT & Ext. 10:1-
- Invigorates the circulatory system. Boost energy levels. Lowers bad cholesterol.
- ORGANIC GINKGO BILOBA -
- Dilates blood vessels and promote circulation to the brain and extremities.
- ORGANIC BRAHMI -
- Memory booster and mind alertness promoter.
- NON-GMO LECITHIN -
- Increases acetylcholine, which aids brain function.
- ACETYL L-CARNETINE -
- Most complete nutrient that exists for brain health.
- ORGANIC BLACK PEPPER & Ext. 100:1 (PEPPERINE) -
- Increase absorption of compounds x 400%.**
- Our Products are carefully crafted by hand.
- We manufacture in the United States, by us in our facility.
- We ship our products direct to you to guaranty the freshness.
- Freshly manufactured - never expired or closeout products.
No excipients or fillers
Our goal is to manufacture our supplements as pure as possible, so we don't use fillers, binders, or chemical excipients. Other manufacturers, in an effort to keep costs down, dilute their products with cheap fillers and excipients, which cheats you out of the active ingredient and contaminates your product with unneeded chemicals. Purity, Quality, and Results is our #1 goal.
Purchase manufacturer direct at wholesale price
Buy directly from the manufacturer and save. We cut out the middlemen and pass the savings on to you. With Green Organic Supplements, you pay the same low wholesale price that the chain stores pay. Did you know that most companies do not manufacture their products but use 3rd party manufacturers. Since we manufacture all of our own products we can control the quality and purity through the entire manufacturing process.
|More Information||Everyone forgets things at some time. How often have you misplaced your car keys or forgotten the name of a person you just met? Some degree of memory problems, as well as a modest decline in other thinking skills, is a fairly common part of aging. There's a difference, however, between normal changes in memory and the type of memory loss associated with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders. And some memory problems are the result of treatable conditions. Memory loss and aging Normal age-related memory loss doesn't prevent you from living a full and productive life. For example, you may forget a person's name, but recall it later in the day. You might misplace your glasses occasionally. Or maybe you find that you need to make lists more often than in the past in order to remember appointments or tasks. These changes in memory are generally manageable and don't disrupt your ability to work, live independently or maintain a social life. Memory loss and dementia The word "dementia" is an umbrella term used to describe a set of symptoms, including impairment in memory, reasoning, judgment, language and other thinking skills. Dementia begins gradually in most cases, worsens over time and significantly impairs a person's abilities in work, social interactions and relationships. Often, memory loss is one of the first or more-recognizable signs of dementia. Other early signs may include: Asking the same questions repeatedly Forgetting common words when speaking Mixing words up — saying "bed" instead of "table," for example Taking longer to complete familiar tasks, such as following a recipe Misplacing items in inappropriate places, such as putting a wallet in a kitchen drawer Getting lost while walking or driving around a familiar neighborhood Undergoing sudden changes in mood or behavior for no apparent reason Becoming less able to follow directions Diseases that cause progressive damage to the brain — and consequently result in dementia — include: Alzheimer's disease, the most common cause of dementia Vascular dementia (multi-infarct dementia) Frontotemporal dementia Lewy body dementia Each of these conditions has a somewhat different disease process (pathology). Memory impairment isn't always the first sign of disease, and the type of memory problems may vary. Mild cognitive impairment Mild cognitive impairment is a notable change in thinking skills that's limited, for the most part, to a narrow set of problems, such as impairment only in memory. Changes in concentration, attention or mental quickness may also be observed. Mild cognitive impairment generally doesn't prevent a person from carrying out everyday tasks and being socially engaged. Researchers and physicians are still learning much about mild cognitive impairment. For many people, the condition eventually progresses to Alzheimer's disease or another disorder causing dementia. Other people experience little progression in memory loss, and they don't develop the whole spectrum of symptoms associated with dementia.|