Brahmi has been used in Traditional Ayurvedic Medicine for centuries as a brain tonic, which enhances brain health and also helps to improve memory and cognition.
Caruso’s Brahmi 9000 may help to support healthy brain function such as memory recall, concentration, focus and clarity while improving learning abilities such as enhancing the attention span and increasing mental stamina. Brahmi also supports nervous system health and functions.
Why use Caruso’s Brahmi 9000?
Caruso’s Brahmi 9000 may help to maintain healthy brain and cognitive function including memory, learning and information processing. It may also be useful in supporting mental concentration, clarity and focus. Brahmi has been used traditionally in Ayurvedic medicine as a brain tonic to improve memory and cognition, while enhancing brain health.
Caruso’s Brahmi 9000 health indications:
- Maintaining memory and brain function
- Improving learning ability and function
- Decreasing cognitive fatigue and improving mental endurance
- Supporting concentration and focus, and improving attention
- Improving learning abilities and supporting information processing
Free from: sugar, dairy, lactose, gluten, wheat, yeast, corn, starch, nuts, preservatives, artificial colours artificial flavours and animal products.
AUST L 292327
Each tablet contains:
Bacopa monnieri (Brahmi - Bacomind®) extract equiv. to dry whole plant..... 9g (9000mg)
Standardised to Bacoside A..... 202.5mg
Adults take 1 tablet daily with food or as advised by your health professional.
- Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your health professional.
- Not recommended for use while pregnant and/or lactating.
- Contains soy.
- Please take caution before use with anti-hypertensive/blood pressure medication, or with hyperthyroidism.
- Please take any complementary medicine at least 2 hours away from pharmaceutical medication.
- Always read the label and follow directions for use. If symptoms persist, worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your health professional.