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Memory & Focus

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1 Vegetarian Capsule Contains

Huperzia serrata extract…………………………………………5 mg
(entire plant, standardized to 1% Huperzine A)

GPC Choline………………………………………………………..100 mg
(Providing 50 mg of Glyceryl-phosphorylcholine)

Ginkgo Biloba (leaf)……………………………………………..25 mg
(standardized to 24% Ginkgo Flavone Glycosides)

Acetyl-L-Carnitine……………………………………………….100 mg

Sapientia® Focus & Creativity is a synergistic combination of nutrients, specially designed to help produce the acetylcholine needed to help keep the mind stay sharp.

This formula may help symptoms related to loss of brain speed and acetylcholine: memory lapses, difficulty concentration, confused thinking, dry mouth.

When acetylcholine levels decline your memory declines, you notice doing arithmetic in your head becomes much harder or impossible and just thinking becomes duller and slower.

Boosting acetylcholine levels before exams can improve performance. Unfortunately supplementing acetylcholine has not proved itself to be of any help in Alzheimer’s disease, despite evidence that acetylcholine levels are found to be in the order of 90% lower than normal.


Membranes are the working surfaces of every cell, carrying out the essential functions of cellular communication and hormonal signal transduction. Nerve cells, in particular, depend on healthy membrane function for normal neurotransmitter metabolism and nerve signal transmission.

Ginkgo biloba supports the flow of blood and oxygen through capillaries to the brain.

An extract of the Chinese Club Moss, Huperzia serrata, huperzine A has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries. It is an effective inhibitor of acetylcholinesterase, the enzyme that degrades acetylcholine, the neurotransmitter important for normal memory and learning function.

Huperzine A may help maintain cognitive function that has been degraded by a reduction in the brain’s functional levels of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.

Acetyl-L-Carnitine contributes its acetyl group to the production of acetylcholine, the primary neurotransmitter for memory and thought.

The enzyme that makes acetylcholine from acetyl groups and choline is choline acetyl transferase. The activity of this important enzyme has a tendency to decline with age, causing low acetylcholine levels which in turn are thought to contribute to the impairment of brain function that is associated with aging.

Research has also found that acetyl-L-carnitine is active in optimizing the functioning of cerebral blood flow, as well as of nerve cell membranes.

Symptoms of Acetylcholine Deficiency

• Loss of sexual emotional response and arousal.
• Loss of visual and photographic memory.
• Loss of verbal memory.
• Memory loss lapses.
• Limitation in creativity.
• Reduced understanding.
• Difficulty to calculate numbers.
• Difficulty to recognize faces and objects.
• Difficulty to follow plots in movies.
• Slow mental response.
• Difficulty to orient.
• Crave fatty foods.
• Often misplace everyday items like keys, phone, and glasses.
• Slow overall reaction.
• Poor orientation a sense of direction.
• Poor muscle tone and find it hard to exercise.

Acetylcholine deficiency is associated with: decline in memory, sharp thinking, sharp sentences.


No adverse side effects reported.


The interplay of neurotransmitters in Alzheimer’s disease (1).

Progress in studies of huperzine A, a natural cholinesterase inhibitor from Chinese herbal medicine (2).

Choline: Critical Role During Fetal Development and Dietary Requirements in Adults (3).

Choline: Dietary Requirements and Role in Brain Development (4).

The relation of dietary choline to cognitive performance and white-matter hyperintensity in the Framingham Offspring Cohort (5).

A choline-rich diet improves survival in a rat model of endotoxin shock (6)

Examining Brain-Cognition Effects of Ginkgo Biloba Extract: Brain Activation in the Left Temporal and Left Prefrontal Cortex in an Object Working Memory Task (7)

Efficacy and safety of Ginkgo biloba standardized extract in the treatment of vascular cognitive impairment: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial (8)

Acetyl-L-carnitine improves aged brain function (9).

Acetyl-1-carnitine. 2: Effects on learning and memory performance of aged rats in simple and complex mazes (10).


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3 reviews for Memory & Focus

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