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A blend of herbal extracts traditionally used for Dementia. Containing Ginkgo biloba, Curcuma longa, Panax ginseng, Bacopa monnieri, Salvia officinalis, and Camellia sinensis.

There is a long history of herbal medicine use to boost memory and cognitive functions and manage behavioural and psychological symptoms associated with dementia/VaD.

Ginkgo biloba leaf extract (ginkgo) is one of the most studied medicinal herbs. Ginkgo leaf extract is widely used for ageing-related memory disorders. The principal constituents of ginkgo include flavonol glycosides (e.g., quercetin and kaempferol) and terpenoids (e.g., ginkgolide and bilobalide). Preclinical studies suggest that ginkgo decreases oxygen radical discharge and proinflammatory functions of macrophages (antioxidant and anti-inflammatory), reduces corticosteroid production (antianxiety), and increases glucose uptake and utilisation and adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production.

Curcumin - studies have shown that curcumin offers protective effects against VaD by exerting antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. A lower prevalence of AD in some Asian populations has been attributed to a curcumin-rich diet.

Panax ginseng has shown therapeutic benefits for learning and memory and may be useful in developing supplements for the prevention or potential treatment of dementia. The principal bioactive components of ginseng are ginsenosides (e.g., ginsenosides Rg1, Rg3, and Rg5), which have been suggested to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antiapoptotic effects.

Bacopa monnieri (Brahmi) has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat conditions including pain, asthma, fever, inflammation, and memory decline. Various mechanisms may be involved in the neuroprotective and memory enhancing effects of Brahmi such as increasing antioxidant activity, free radical scavenging, binding and detoxification of metal ions, modifying levels of acetylcholine, and increasing cerebral blood flow via vasodilation. The constituents responsible for improving learning and memory are attributed to steroidal saponins and bacosides A and B.

Salvia (Sage) plants and their constituents can influence several biological mechanisms associated with cognition including their effects on amyloid-β, cholinergic activity, neurotrophins, oxidative stress, inflammation and anxiolytic/antidepressant behaviours. Several studies have confirmed the many Salvia species have promising, cognitive-enhancing effects in human adults.

Camelia Sinensis - Several observational studies and clinical trials suggest that camelia sinensis consumption might promote cognitive function, but no studies have tested whether it can prevent dementia.

Adult Dose; 5ml twice a day.

Other treatments to include;
Omega 3
https://www.herbsonlineshop.com/product/mediherb-omega-3-forte-fish-oil-120capsules/

and

Lecithin
https://www.herbsonlineshop.com/product/lecithin-granules/

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A blend of herbal extracts traditionally used for Dementia. Containing Ginkgo biloba, Curcuma longa, Panax ginseng, Bacopa monnieri, Salvia officinalis, and Camellia sinensis.

There is a long history of herbal medicine use to boost memory and cognitive functions and manage behavioural and psychological symptoms associated with dementia/VaD.

Ginkgo biloba leaf extract (ginkgo) is one of the most studied medicinal herbs. Ginkgo leaf extract is widely used for ageing-related memory disorders. The principal constituents of ginkgo include flavonol glycosides (e.g., quercetin and kaempferol) and terpenoids (e.g., ginkgolide and bilobalide). Preclinical studies suggest that ginkgo decreases oxygen radical discharge and proinflammatory functions of macrophages (antioxidant and anti-inflammatory), reduces corticosteroid production (antianxiety), and increases glucose uptake and utilisation and adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production.

Curcumin - studies have shown that curcumin offers protective effects against VaD by exerting antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. A lower prevalence of AD in some Asian populations has been attributed to a curcumin-rich diet.

Panax ginseng has shown therapeutic benefits for learning and memory and may be useful in developing supplements for the prevention or potential treatment of dementia. The principal bioactive components of ginseng are ginsenosides (e.g., ginsenosides Rg1, Rg3, and Rg5), which have been suggested to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antiapoptotic effects.

Bacopa monnieri (Brahmi) has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat conditions including pain, asthma, fever, inflammation, and memory decline. Various mechanisms may be involved in the neuroprotective and memory enhancing effects of Brahmi such as increasing antioxidant activity, free radical scavenging, binding and detoxification of metal ions, modifying levels of acetylcholine, and increasing cerebral blood flow via vasodilation. The constituents responsible for improving learning and memory are attributed to steroidal saponins and bacosides A and B.

Salvia (Sage) plants and their constituents can influence several biological mechanisms associated with cognition including their effects on amyloid-β, cholinergic activity, neurotrophins, oxidative stress, inflammation and anxiolytic/antidepressant behaviours. Several studies have confirmed the many Salvia species have promising, cognitive-enhancing effects in human adults.

Camelia Sinensis - Several observational studies and clinical trials suggest that camelia sinensis consumption might promote cognitive function, but no studies have tested whether it can prevent dementia.

Adult Dose; 5ml twice a day.

Other treatments to include;
Omega 3
https://www.herbsonlineshop.com/product/mediherb-omega-3-forte-fish-oil-120capsules/

and

Lecithin
https://www.herbsonlineshop.com/product/lecithin-granules/

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