Poor Concentration & Memory
Supports brain function, memory and concentration.
Dr. Liu and his colleagues at MIT found that magnesium L-threonate (MgT), a vitamin C metabolite of magnesium, is indeed able to penetrate into the hippocampus and prefrontal cortex — the two areas of the brain known to shrink with age.
When saturated and processed fats, radiation, pesticides, lead, and other pollutants enter our body, they initiate the production of free-radicals.
Taking antioxidant supplements is very helpful.
There are many speculations about the connection of heavy metal poisoning and memory loss, including Alzheimer’s disease.
Aluminum deposits are found in the brains of people whose memory is impaired.
Focus Attention Powder
Nourishes Your Thinking Spot for children and adults with over-stimulated and undernourished brains.
Perfect for children and adults in need of mental nourishment.
Supports normal brain stimulation levels.
Helps modulate brain activity and energy levels.
Promotes blood circulation and neurotransmitters in the brain.
Quenches damaging free radicals
Provides a blend of phosphatidyl serine, choline, ethanolanine and inositol-substances.
In animal studies and human clinical trials these have significantly improved acetylcholine release, memory and age-related brain changes including depression in the elderly.
Lycopene and alphalipoic acid are powerful antioxidants that can pass the blood-brain barrier to protect brain cells from destructive free radicals.
Rhododendron caucasicum is also a potent free radical quencher. It has been used for decades by longevity enthusiasts.
Ginkgo improves the integrity of blood vessels. Its benefits are experienced most in improved peripheral circulation including the head area. It can sometimes delay or reverse mental deterioration such as during the onset of senile dementia.
This is a potent formula.
If you experience uncomfortable results, stop for a while and then try again at a lower amount, possibly adding CoQ IO.
Serious help for the brain and peripheral circulation.
Ginkgo Biloba decreases capillary permeability and platelet aggregation to improve peripheral circulation.
In the brain it improves neural activity, cerebrovascular circulation, protects membranes and restores serotonin receptors (in old rats).
The Chinese have used ginkgo for centuries to build vitality and alertness.
Ginkgo concentrate is used to treat memory loss with aging, early stages of Alzheimer's disease, depression, poor circulation to the extremities, impotence, recovery from stroke, ringing in the ears and early stages of macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.
Individuals with poor blood flow to the brain may experience a mild, transient headache for the first 2-3 days of use.