Memory Plus Tablets

Some parents are looking for things their smart kids will benefit from.

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Well-meaning relatives have talked about Memory Plus which provides four natural brain tonics (I wonder what this means):

1. Bacopa Monniera (Brahmi)

  • Foremost herb which helps reduce fatigue and offers better recovery from stress.
  • Boosts the activity of certain cell proteins involved in production of new brain cells connected to learning and memory.

2. Centella Asiatica (Gotu Kola)

  • Enhances flow of oxygen to the brain.
  • Stimulates the nerves and has mild-tranquilizing, and intelligence promoting properties.

3. Lecithin (Soya)

  • Contains brain-specific phospholipids and choline important in maintaining fluidity of brain cell membranes and helps boost memory.

4. DHA (Docosahexaenoic acide, Omega-3)

  • Polyunsaturated fatty acids from Omega 3 DHA are most important components essential for brain and eye function.
  • The role of Omega 3 DHA has shown evidence of improved intellectual functioning of children that has an impact on IQ.

Will these (Memory Plus Syrup, Memory Plus Teens) help your children do better in school or even score higher in their grades? Can you just drink some kind of brain gain syrup and excel in your exams? Can you increase your powers of concentration, or maintain normal energy levels?

Well, it's better to consult with your health care professional, particularly since your children might be hypersensitive to any of the herbs or ingredients in Memory Plus.

Anyway, it's available at P12.50 per tablet in Mercury Drug and Watsons. Adults are referred to Memory DD tablet (900mg) which retails at P15.50 (but please consult with your doctor first, okay?)

[ First posted on 07/21/2009 by Manuel Viloria ]

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