Maintain Better Focus & Memory Function
Our ability to think clearly and remember is crucial to our work, safety and social interactions. But our cognitive edge can naturally decline with age. Sudden changes in sleep, diet and stress levels can dramatically affect our focus. Memmorex is a gentle yet effective, drug-free formula that helps maintain cognitive function – without the uncomfortable side effects found in caffeine or other stimulants. Memmorex contains bacopa, known in Ayurveda as a “brain tonic” herb, has been used in India since at least 500 A.D. to help scholars memorize lengthy sacred texts and hymns. A double-blind study of 76 middle-aged adults who took bacopa found it had a “significant effect” on their ability to learn new information and retain it.1 It also contains phosphatidyl serine (PS), a fundamental “building block” of healthy brain cells, and ginkgo biloba to help maintain healthy memory and circulation. A 2014 study of Japanese school children found that supplementing PS significantly improved their focus and short-term memory,2 and it may work even better when combined with ginkgo biloba.3
Stimulants can give a quick jolt of energy while temporarily increasing focus and attention. But no matter if it’s coffee, energy drinks, Ritalin or Adderall… it’s borrowed energy that eventually gives out. Memmorex is a gentle and non-habit-forming blend made from herbs that are more likely to calm your nerves than to excite them. Maintain your cognitive edge at any age with Memmorex!
Each bottle contains 30 capsules.
How to Use It
As a dietary supplement, take one (1) capsule per day, as needed.
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCL) – 3.6mg
Bacopa monniera – 100mg
Phosphatidyl serine 20% – 25mg
Ginkgo biloba leaf extract – 100mg
Ginger root – 50mg
Taurine – 25mg
Black pepper extract 95% - 3mg
Di calcium phosphate anhydrous, croscarmellose sodium, colloidal silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate.
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J Hum Nutr Diet. 2014 Apr;27 Suppl 2:284-91
Hum Psychopharmacol. 2007 Jun;22(4):199-210