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A concentrated liquid extract for quick and efficient absorption
The extract is produced using dynamic static extraction technology to reserve the maximum components in the plant in the most natural and qualitative manner
The raw materials underwent a series of quality tests according to the strictest standards in order to ensure their identification, quality and cleanliness
No preservatives, added sugar or artificial sweeteners, suitable for vegetarians and vegans
Kashrut of Badatz Chatam Sofer Bnei Brak
Stay in focus
Medicinal plants * to help you focus on the task - and persevere!
On the plants in the product:
And toxicating Vitania - is a key plant in traditional Indian medicine. Thanks to its qualities and influence on human energy and vitality, it is called "Indian Ginseng". In light of Vitania's diverse potential, scientific research has shown great interest in the plant in recent years and has been studied in cognitive contexts (including aspects of the speed of thought, learning and memory), emotional, immune, and more.
Ginkgo biloba is the origin of the ginkgo tree in China and Japan and is known in the world as the Tree of Life, in view of its long life span, which can reach 1000 years! The meaning of the name B-Luba is "two lobes" - since the shape of it is reminiscent of the human brain. For this reason, ginkgoers have been using traditional medicine for many years in different contexts of brain health. Science has also shown great interest in Ginko and its potential impact on humans. Over the past thirty years, more than 400 scientific studies have examined its virtues and effects, including cognitive functions in the context of distractions, speed of response, attention to detail, and more.
At the box office - this is a plant from the traditional Indian medicine that steep wild in Israel as well. Indian healers have been using it for thousands of years to improve focus, "mental grounding," and to give a sense of "gathering and centralization" in situations of absentmindedness, thoughtlessness, and distraction. The account was also known as the "Memorial Plant". In recent years, many clinical studies have been conducted on the plant, in which hundred of participants of different ages participated. Following the scientific research, the active components of the plant (saponins) and their estimated effect mechanism were found on specific structures related to memory and learning functions.
Rosemary - The Greeks and Romans in ancient times greatly appreciated the Rosemary, which has always been a symbol of scholarship and knowledge, and it was customary to put it on the head as a value to sharpen concentration and memory. Today, rosemary is also being studied in modern scientific studies of its potential impact on various cognitive functions, and there are already interesting results even for its mathematical calculations! 
Triple Sage - This is one of the most recognized and useful herbs in the world for thousands of years, especially in situations that require stimulating, restorative, invigorating, and invigorating quality, and is known in medical traditions and cultures as a "memory and learning process. " The overall calming quality of the sage is also suitable for situations of restlessness, as daily harassment affects the mood. According to traditional medicine, during the short flowering period of the triple sage, the full energy and vitality of the plant are transferred to the flowers, which quality gives a sense of protection and a gentle push towards processes of renewal and change.
Lavender - Lavender has been used in Mediterranean and European medical traditions for centuries of years, and is indicated in ancient healing texts, in which it is attributed to qualities that support primarily emotional and emotional aspects. Today, modern research has identified that the active ingredients in the plant are the volatile oils, and their unique properties have been studied in clinical trials.
How to use:
2.5 - 5 cc in half a glass of water / juice, 3 - 1 times a day before meal
The text is based on traditional herbalist and herbalistic approaches. For the avoidance of doubt, the information does not stipulate a qualified medical recommendation and is not intended to guide the public or to serve as a recommendation or instruction or advice for the use, modification or reduction of any drug, nor is it a substitution for individual or other medical advice. Pregnant women, lactating women, children, people with chronic diseases, and taking prescription drugs - consult your doctor before use.