What is Ginkgo & Ginseng?
Gingko biloba and Ginseng are two herbal compounds well known for their multiple benefits.
Ginkgo biloba - taken from the dried leaves of one of the oldest trees on earth - is an extract rich in flavone glycosides which are thought to have antioxidant properties and reduce capillary fragility. Some research also suggests it may have a beneficial effect on blood flow, and although there are no EU-approved health claims, ginkgo has been used traditionally for a wide range of purposes for centuries.
Panax ginseng, also known as Korean ginseng, is a herbal compound that’s long been feted for its energy-boosting properties and its restorative powers. There are no approved European health claims for ginseng yet but this extract has been used in Chinese herbal medicine for thousands of years.
Why is ours better?
We use natural source, standardised Panax ginseng root extract that guarantees the highest potency of its main ingredients, ginsenosides. The high-quality, standardised Ginkgo biloba extract we use contains less than 1ppm (parts per million) of ginkgolic acid.
We also add iodine, which is involved in cognitive function; vitamin B5, which contributes to mental performance, as well as vitamin B3 to support your nervous system, energy levels and help combat tiredness and fatigue.
Who is this for?
This vegan supplement is a good choice for those who want to stay mentally alert or are in need of a pick-me-up.*
Complementary product – Memo Plus is an advanced soy-derived phospholipid complex, providing 100mg of phosphatidyl serine, DHA omega 3 fish oil and iodine to support your cognitive function. Phospholipids form a vital part of human cell membranes, and phosphatidyl serine (a member of the phospholipid family) is mostly prominent in the membranes of brain cells.
*Contains iodine which contributes to normal cognitive function, pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) which contributes to normal mental performance, and niacin (vitamin B3) which contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Made in the UK.