Savesta, ThinkWell, 60 vegicaps
UPC Code: 704849000930
Thinkwell is comprised of the following key ingredients:
- Bacopa - Found throughout India in wet areas, Bacopa (Bacopa monnieri) is a succulent ground creeper with white to violet or pale blue flowers. In Ayurevda, Bacopa is traditionally used to support memory.
- Gotu Kola - Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) is an edible creeper with light violet flowers. Like Bacopa, Gotu kola is is found in moist tropical areas throughout India and is traditionally used in Ayurveda to support memory. Gotu kola has also been used promote mental calm and relaxation during meditation.
- Phosphatidylserine - A natural derivative of soy lecithin, phosphatidylserine (fos-fa-tidle-serine) or PS, helps support the body against occasional stress.
- Vinpocetine - The source of vinpoectine (vin-po-se-teen) is an alkaloid in the leaves of lesser periwinkle (Vinca minor), producing powerful antioxidant effects.
60 Vegetarian caps
1 capsule, 3 times per day (after meals) or as directed by your health care practitioner.
Savesta Life Sciences is manufactured by Avesthagen, which is devoted to the research and manufacture of hiqh-quality ingredients derived from traditional plants. Savesta's goal is to create effective natural ingredients that offer a full spectrum of bioactives for multiple applications. The company combines nature, tradition and technology to create innovative ingredients that meet consumer needs for great taste, better nutrition and health and wellness, as well as a commitment to environmental sustainability.
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