Sage Memories

Sage Memories

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Product Description

  • Formulated by Dr. Jonathan Wright M.D., Sage Memories™ is a combination of ingredients designed to support optimal memory and cognitive function.*
  • Bio-Tech Pharamcal works with Doctors like Dr. Johnathan Wright M.D. to formulate supplements for their patients.

Health Benefits

  • Lithium aspartate – Regulates neurotransmitter activity and nerve cell health; may limit the harmful effects of toxins and oxidative stress on the brain and nervous system*
  • Niacinamide – A form of vitamin B3 that supports recall and cognition by promoting healthy communication between neurons*
  • Meriva® curcumin – Bio-available curcumin phytosome complex; a potent antioxidant that supports natural inflammatory responses*
  • Sage and rosemary – Antioxidant-rich herbal extracts that are known through tradition and research to support optimal memory*

Ingredients

  • Niacin (as niacinamide, 500 mg)
  • Lithium (as lithium aspartate, 25 mg)
  • Proprietary Complex, 650 mg
    • Sage (Salvia officinallis) extract (Leaf)
    • Mervia® Turmeric Phytosome (Curcuma longa) extract (root)
    • Rosemary extract (leaves and flowers)

Serving Size: 4 capsules per day, or as directed by a healthcare professional.

Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose Gelatin Capsule.

Contains No: Contains no dairy, egg, fish, shellfish, nuts, wheat, gluten, soy, sugar, yeast or artificial colors.

References

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