of students rely on smart nootropics to boost their cognitive performance
of the global population are peak performers, including knowledge workers and students.
was the value of the global market for nootropics in 2015
Vitis vinifera L. & Vaccinium angustifolium A.
Memophenol™ is a natural blend of 2 botanical extracts from French grape and wild blueberry. Patented twice for its synergistic action on bioavailability and neuroprotection, Memophenol™ is backed by 8 proprietary publications.
Memophenol™ improves cognitive performance by enhancing neurogenesis and synaptic plasticity through the positive regulation of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) and Calmodulin Kinase II (CamKII).
Memophenol™ effectiveness on cognitive performance in acute dosage was evaluated by a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover clinical study on thirty university students aged from 18 to 25 years old. In only 90 minutes, Memophenol™ significantly enhanced cognitive performance by +36%.
HEALTH CLAIM (pending)
2/3 students are satisfied by Memophenol™ efficiency
Ginseng is used in Asia, where it is known as the “elixir of life,” goes back over 5,000 years. It has adaptogenic effects, which means that it can help improve physical and mental performance. Our organic ginseng ensures a 100% pure red ginseng roots (no leaves).
Health claim* Traditional use
Clinical study Preclinical study
Amazonian tribes have used guarana for centuries for its energetic properties. It contains more caffeine than any other plant in the world, thus helping you maintain focus and mental energy.
Health claims* Clinical study Preclinical study
A recent clinical study on young adults highlighted a significant effect on reaction time during attention tasks and an improvement in cognitive performance.
Health claim* Clinical study
Acerola is a native source of Vitamin C and is frequently adultereted. Our extract is an 100% organic product in order to guarantee a native source of vitamin C that contribute to normal psychologic functions.
Validated Health claim Epidemiological study