CogniForce*

$66.99 or Original price was: $66.99.Current price is: $60.29. / month

Benefits  

  1. Helps support brain health, cognition and memory 
  2. Supports antioxidant status 
  3. Supports normal neuron function and health 



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Description

Herbal Cognition and Memory Support

CogniForce is a meticulously crafted herbal formula designed to promote and sustain optimal cognitive function, mood, and memory. This innovative blend encompasses a synergistic combination of herbs and extracts known to operate through diverse mechanisms, contributing to the maintenance of acetylcholine levels, support for healthy neurons, and facilitation of normal nerve impulse transmission.

Benefits  

  1. Helps support brain health, cognition and memory
  2. Supports antioxidant status
  3. Supports normal neuron function and health

Ingredient Highlights 

Huperzine A (HupA), derived from the club moss Huperzia serrata, naturally functions as an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor upon ingestion. A comprehensive review, coupled with a meta-analysis, substantiates HupA’s positive impact on cognitive function, daily living activities, and overall clinical assessment in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease. Beyond Alzheimer’s, clinical studies reveal significant cognitive enhancements in those with mild-to-moderate vascular dementia and schizophrenia.

Bacopa monnieri, known as Brahmi, stands as an integral part of Ayurvedic medicine, revered for its nerve tonic properties supporting brain function, cognition, memory, and longevity. Modern research underscores its neuroprotective capabilities, cognitive enhancement, and preservation of neuronal integrity against neurodegeneration. Bacopa facilitates nerve impulse transmission, modulates neurotransmitters, enhances cerebral blood flow, and influences cholinergic densities and acetylcholine levels. Its bacosides contribute to neuronal repair by augmenting protein kinase activity, promoting neuronal synthesis, reducing beta-amyloid levels, restoring synaptic activity, ultimately refining nerve impulse transmission.

Memophenol™ Grape and Wild Blueberry Extracts harness the potent phytochemicals of blueberries and grapes, including polyphenols, flavonoids, anthocyanidins, and resveratrol. Demonstrating neuroprotective, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory effects, these compounds foster normal cognition and a healthy brain. Studies affirm the memory and cognitive function enhancement resulting from dietary consumption of blueberries and blueberry extract, indicating slower rates of cognitive decline in healthy adults and those with subjective cognitive impairment.

Ashwagandha is recognized for its adaptogenic qualities, ashwagandha contributes to stress resilience, potentially enhancing cognitive performance.

American Ginseng is included for its adaptogenic properties, American ginseng plays a role in supporting overall cognitive health and vitality.

Effective Neuronal Communication:

Healthy cognitive function hinges on efficient communication between neurons in the brain. CogniForce is crafted to provide compounds that support the proper transmission of messages among neurons, fostering an environment conducive to optimal memory, learning, mood, and behavior.

 

Support

*Memory

*Cognition

 

Systems

Brain

Nervous System

Endocrine

 

Recommended Use

Take 2 capsules  per day,  or as directed by your health‑care practitioner.

Ingredients 

Bacopa Extract (Bacopa monnien leaf), Grape and Wild Blueberry Extracts ( Memophenol™ – Vitis vinifera l. whole grape)(Vaccinium angustifolium A. fruit), Ashwagandha Extract (NooGandha®-Withania somnifera root and leaf), American Ginseng Extract (Panax quinquefolius l root), Huperzine-A (Toothed Clubmoss Extract-Huperzine-A aerial parts), cellulose capsule, micrcrystalline cellulose, vegetable stearate, silicon dioxide.

Ingredient Partners 

Memophenol™ is a trademark of ACTIV’INSIDE.
NooGandha® is a registered trademark of Specnova, LLC.

What to Avoid 

Warning: Be aware of taking the product  if you are already taking acetylcholine inhibitor medications.   Consult with your health‑care practitioner if pregnant, breastfeed, or planning to become pregnant or taking any other prescription medications.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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