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Memory: Memories are recollections that establish who we are and to some extent, define our future path. As we age, most of us are subject to forgetfulness. Usually we can make allowances for this decline but as time passes it becomes increasingly noticeable and frequently embarrassing.

It has long been recognizerd that those who stay active and mentally alert can significantly delay the natural age-related decline in recall. It is now recognized that the gradual loss of nerve cells and connections within the brain begin at age six, the age at which they are at their maximum.

This suggests that the aging process in relation to memory commences at that age. When we get to our sixties the cumulative affect can become noticeable in the form of mild memory loss. Any loss of memory, no matter how mild, can be profoundly disturbing!

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The importance . . .

It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of remembering to ancient cultures where all learning was passed down the generations by word of mouth without the benefit of written language. For more than 3000 years the ancients of India have been using a specific plant extract that was recognized for its beneficial influence upon meory. The SomaLife Scientific team are justifiably proud to have now acquired the proprietary rights to that specific plant extract which, by utilizing the most current available clinical research has now been enhanced and developed as SomaLife(TM)Memory.

The SomaLife(TM) formulation contains a unique standardized extract of Bacopa Monniera, commonly known as Brahmi, specifically developed and patented by the internationally renowned Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI) in India.

Brahmi is a creeping plant that is found in damp marshy regions and is extensively used in both India and Japan. Of all the traditional Indian herbs, Brahmi has been throughout history the premier herb for promoting brain function. It has been a mainstay of Ayurvedic practice for centuries.

Although practitioners and their patients have known of Brahmi's benefits for thousands of years it was the Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI), through formal scientific studies, that determined a precise extraction process and helped understand exactly how it works.

How does it work?

The CDRI discovered that Brahmi contained two main active molecules. These molecules are Bacosides A & B. They have, in extensive research and trials over the past 50 years, demonstrated a strong improvement in mental retention capacity, memory enhancement and in helping ease mild age related memory loss and concentration difficulties due to stress.

Other ingredients . . .

Among other ingredients in SomaLife(TM) is a standardized Ginkgo Biloba extract which has been used by Chinese herbalists for at least 5,000 years.

At a cellular level Ginkgo's antioxidant effects are potent and are attributed mainly to the flavonoids present in the extract. It has been scientifically formulated to work synergistically with the other ingredients. Gingko Biloba has been shown to help improve memory and support general mental function by increasing b lood flow to the brain.

Backed by substantial scientific and clinical research

The combination of an ancient herbal formula and modern, scientifically proven ingredients make SomaLife(TM) one of the most functional, advanced memory enhancing dietary supplements available in the world.

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