Memory Oxylent® — Superior Ingredients

///Memory Oxylent® — Superior Ingredients

Cognizin® (Citicoline) Citicoline is in every cell of the human body and is a fundamental natural brain health nutrient. Cognizin® helps to balance your body with the right levels of acetylcholine, noradrenaline and dopamine, which play a large role in cognitive function and memory regulation.

Phosphatidyl Choline is crucial to the human body and is also in all of our body’s cells. Studies have shown that decreases in Phosphatidyl Choline levels within the body are linked to an increased rate of physiological aging. This means that the effect it has on the body can both help with physical tasks, as well as mental wellbeing in the long term.

Huperzine A supports memory and cognitive function by increasing the levels of acetylcholine in different areas of the brain.

Yerba Maté supports mental energy and focus as well as overall mood. It helps us to stay positive and pushes our bodies to achieve a higher potential.

Ginseng Root has been shown to support blood flow throughout the body, which allows muscles to receive the blood they need when they are working hard, but also means the brain has the oxygen it needs to think clearly and quickly

Gingko Bilboa is a living fossil tree that has maintained its makeup for almost 200 million years. It has been shown across multiple sources to also support cognitive function.

Green Leaf Tea Green leaf tea is the source of physical wellbeing which can help us to achieve the highest levels of performance.

Memory Oxylent® is carefully constructed to support your memory, mental processes and concentration with Cognizin®, Phosphatidyl Choline and Huperzine A. Careful consideration of Yerba Maté, Ginseng Root, Gingko Biloba and Green Tea were made to support energy and wellbeing, while also supporting cognitive function and overall brain health.†

 

References

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