Brain Pill is a natural smart pill, and it is so effective that everyone is talking about it. For starters, it’s a nootropic from Leading Edge Health that seems to give people better memory and that other stuff. That ‘other stuff’ is higher intelligence and the ability to quickly learn new skills. That’s because a sharp memory is a good measure of a person’s cognitive function. The simple truth is, when you have better memory, your brain also functions better.

All these benefits are made possible with the ingredients in Brain Pill. Indeed, the cognitive booster utilizes an all-star team of natural nootropics that boosts alertness, enhances your memory and keeps the brain in top shape. Pop the hood of a brain pill capsule and you’ll find:

Cognizine – It is a compound that is completely soluble in water and is naturally present in every one of our body’s cells. It plays a hugely important part in the brain’s functions and causes improvement in focus, concentration and accuracy.

Synapsa – Synpasa is an extract from the nootropic hern Bacopa Monnieri. Several studies have linked the consumption of Bacopa Monnieri to improved memory and faster visual processing speed. A case in point is the 1996 study that found it reduced time required to learn new skills by as much as 50%.

Huperzine A – This is a plant that reduces the breakdown of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholinesterase(Ache), Ache is important because it increases alertness and is also important in the process of memory and the transmission of chemical messages from one cell to another. Huperzine A is native to India.

Vinpocetine – This is an extract from the periwinkle plant which is well-known for it’s potential to improve memory. A few studies have suggested that the extract improves the brain’s vascular circulation, improves the use of oxygen and glucose and that it also increased the production of ATP.

Folic Acid (Vitamin B9) – The body makes use of folic acid to help make both  RNA and DNA and folic acid also works with vitamin B12 to produce red blood cells and utilise iron throughout the body. There is evidence suggests B vitamins such as folic acid may have much slower cognitive decline than other vitamins. That’s why it’s a major ingredient in the Brain Pill’s formula!

Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5) – This is a nutrient that is essential for your brain health because it supports acetylcholine which is an important neurotransmitter. Acetylcholine is often referred to as “the memory chemical” due to the hugely important role it plays in the smooth functioning of the brain.

Theanine – Is an amino acid, green tea is a rich source of this amino acid and studies have suggested that theanine does improve both learning and memory. Theanine may also have a neuroprotective effect on the brain, and there is evidence that it stimulates the same brain waves that become activated when you are meditating.

Tyrosine – Tyrosine is also an amino acid and it boosts dopamine – which is a pleasure chemical that improves your focus. It’s also a precursor to brain chemicals norepinephrine and adrenaline, both of which help mood, sex drive and energy levels. Tyrosine may also help you stay calm under pressure, and may even help you sleep better if you feel in the dumps.

Ginkgo Biloba – Is an ancient Chinese herb that has enjoyed a long history of use due to its memory-enhancing effects. Turns out the ancient Chinese knew their stuff – modern studies have linked ginkgo Biloba to causing a significant improvement in our short-term memory, improved mental performance and social functioning.

Vitamin B12 – A British study published in the journal Neurology found that folks with low vitamin B12 were six times more likely to have brain atrophy compared to people with highest levels. Further studies of vitamin B12 link this essential water-soluble vitamin to higher cognition, performance and both episodic and semantic memory.

DHA Complex – DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid. Yes, you’ve heard of those and the brain-boosting benefits linked to them – among other things, DHA works with other omega-3s to fluidise proteins, which is essential to help the brain create and retain its memory.

Phosphatidylserine – Speaking of ‘other’ omega-3 fatty acids, phosphatidylserine (PS) is one of them. It works with DHA to perform many essential brain functions and is linked to improved concentration, mood and short-term memory. PS appears to help function of neurotransmitters, enhance glucose absorption and simply ‘turn back the clock’ on the ageing brain.

Try Brain Pill to improve your memory. Your memory will like it too, and you may finally have a solution to that pain-in-the-butt issue of where you left your keys!