A blend of herbs with ginkgo supporting memory and Korean ginseng maintaining cognitive function.
Cognition Support provides a blend of herbs with GinkgoSelect® (ginkgo) supporting memory and Korean ginseng maintaining cognitive function. BacoMind® (brahmi) supports memory recall and supports information processing in ageing individuals. Alpha lipoic acid helps to reduce free radicals formed in the body as well as supports energy production. Korean ginseng also relieves fatigue and supports physical stamina.Serving Type: Tablet
|Herbal extracts dry concentrate standardised:|
|Bacopa monnieri brahmi||200 mg|
|min. equiv. to dry||4 g|
|equiv. to bacosides A||90 mg|
|Ginkgo biloba ginkgo||60 mg|
|min. equiv. to dry||3 g|
|std. to ginkgo flavonglycosides||16 mg|
|std. to ginkgolides and bilobalide||4 mg|
|Panax ginseng Korean ginseng||70.83 mg|
|min. equiv. to dry||212.5 mg|
|std. to ginsenosides Rg1,Re, Rf, Rg2, Rb1, Rb2, Rc, Rd||4.25 mg|
|Alpha-lipoic acid R,S form||300 mg|
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