Do not take Sharpen The Brain while under blood thinning medication as it contains Ginkgo that is a natural blood thinner.
WHAT IS THE SOFT GEL MADE FROM?
Ginkgo is used for conditions that are caused by reduced blood flow in the brain, especially in older people. These conditions include memory loss, headache, ringing in the ears, vertigo, dizziness, difficulty in concentrating, mood disturbances, and hearing disorders. Ginkgo seems to improve blood circulation, which might help the brain, eyes, ears, and legs function better. Scientists have found more than 40 components in Ginkgo. Only two are believed to act as a medicine: Flavonoids and Terpenoids.
Flavonoids are plant-based antioxidants. Laboratory and animal studies show that Flavonoids protect the nerve, heart muscle, blood vessels, and retina from damage.
Terpenoids improve blood flow by dilating blood vessels and reducing the thickness of platelets.
Ginkgo is often used for memory and brain support. It also maintains healthy blood vessels and arteries and is a good antioxidant.
Phosphatidylserine plays an important role in the repair of damaged cells and normal brain function. It is believed to support the growth of new muscle mass. It’s found in high concentrations in the brain and in all nerve cells. It contributes to the normal functioning of the brain by improving the transferring of signals between brain cells.
BENEFITS OF PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE:
✓ Cell membrane stabiliser
WHO SHOULD TAKE SHARPEN THE BRAIN?
Phosphatidylserine may benefit anyone who aims to maintain normal mental function, improve recovery from exercise, decrease cortisol levels, and increase muscular strength and size.
NUTRIENTS IN SHARPEN THE BRAIN
✓ Energy-yielding metabolism
✓ See link: http://ankhrahhq.blogspot.com/2016/06/4-powerful-ancient-herbs-for-boosting.html
Improved my energy and memory
I am very pleased with your Red Algae, Sharpen the brain and the Moringa. I haven’t been taking then very long so I cannot make much comments.
It makes you sharper. Things that you may dismiss like ‘should I do this?’ and maybe where you’d put it off and say ‘I can’t be bothered with’, I was doing things off the cuff. So when I thought of it, I was doing it as I thought of it.