Brain fog? Can’t recall the details? Have a lot on your plate and losing the details? Mental focus and cognition can be the first ‘skills’ to go when we’ve got a lot on our plates.
Memory Formula is designed to improve memory, focus and concentration. It also helps assist the learning process and and slow the aging of brain cells.
Each ingredient in Memory Formula was chosen based on the positive research and clinical studies backing them. It’s even safe for kiddos with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. For adults who struggle with memory and overall brain function, Memory Formula helps as well.
Best Uses for Memory Formula:
Here’s How Memory Formula Works:
Choline and its metabolites are necessary for the synthesis of cell membrane compounds that are important for the intercellular information exchange - in other words, how the cells communicate with one another. It concentrates in the nerve tissue and is also a precursor to one of our main neurotransmitters, acetylcholine. Neurotransmitters are the chemical messengers that allow brain cells to communicate with each other.
n-Acetyl l-carnitine is a naturally produced compound in the human body. It is structurally similar to acetylcholine and serves as a precursor to acetyl coenzyme A (an important metabolic enzyme). N-acetyl l-carnitine has many benefits in the brain; it improves energy, is an antioxidant and improves transmission of nerve signals.
Bacopa monnieri is a memory-enhancing herb from the Ayurvedic system of medicine. Studies have shown that it can help repair damaged brain cells. It has historically been used to improve learning and enhance memory. In children, it can increase their exploratory behavior and improve recall and reaction time.
dl-Phenylalanine is a known mood enhancer and serves as a precursor to tyrosine, which itself can improve memory, learning and alertness during stressful situations. Dl-phenylalanine supports mood by enhancing endorphin and enkephalin (‘feel good’ chemicals) levels in the nervous system.
l-Tyrosine is an important amino acid synthesized from phenylalanine. It is used in the production of several neurotransmitters including the catecholamines, dopamine, epinephrine and norepinephrine. As mentioned previously, L-tyrosine improves learning, memory and performance under extreme conditions whether mental or physiological stress.
Taurine is concentrated in large amounts in the brain, retina, heart and platelets. It’s an antioxidant as well.
Ginkgo biloba/phosphatidylserine complex (Virtiva®) are included because both compounds are known ‘nootropic’ or brain-enhancing agents. They can improve cognitive function, mental clarity and overall brain function. When taken together both compounds deliver a synergistic effect to improve the speed of memory.
Ashwagandha is well-researched and can be thought of as an ‘anti-stress’ herb. Ashwagandha can suppress stress-induced dopamine receptors in the brain, thereby blunting the perceived effect of stressors.
Rhodiola rosea is a botanical medicine that has anti-stress, stimulatory and adaptogenic (stress-adapting) effects. Additionally, it can boost cognitive function, memory and attention - it does this by enhancing neurotransmitter activity of serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine. In studies it has shown to be beneficial in students taking tests as well.
Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate is the biologically active form of B6. It’s an important vitamin for neurological function because it metabolizes amino acids into neurotransmitter precursor helps produce the neurotransmitters GABA, serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine.
Methylcobalamin is the biologically active coenzyme form of B12 and is included because even small deficiencies are associated with impaired cognitive performance, memory loss and depression.
Folinic acid is also included because low concentrations of folate are related to brain atrophy especially those with Alzheimer’s disease.
Vinpocetine is a derived from the Periwinkle plant. It increases and improves utilization of oxygen and glucose and stimulates production of ATP for energy in the neurological system. In one study, subjects demonstrated a boost in short term memory within one hour of ingesting vinpocetine.
Huperzine A, B, C is an chemical constituent isolated from Toothed Clubmoss. It inhibits acetylcholinesterase, the enzyme that breaks down acetylcholine. This in turn leaves more of this neurotransmitter around is helpful for memory impairment. It can also benefit people with dementia and myasthenia gravis due these effects.
Anytime you’re suffering from deficits in memory - whether you’re overworked, a student, or an older person with cognitive decline or a child with ADHD, Memory Formula can enhance brain function and help improve memory. We recommend trying it for at least a few days for you to notice its effects.
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