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YAMAMOTO RESEARCH
Neudin 20 vials of 10 ml

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Yamamoto® Research Neudin® 20 vials of 10 ml. Neudin® is a food supplement containing bacopa, ginseng and ginkgo biloba. *Bacopa and ginkgo are useful for memory and cognitive functions, while ginseng has a tonic effect on physical and mental fatigue.

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YAMAMOTO® RESEARCH
Yamamoto® Research Neudin

Neudin® is a food supplement containing bacopa, ginseng and ginkgo biloba. *Bacopa and ginkgo are useful for memory and cognitive functions, while ginseng has a tonic effect on physical and mental fatigue. Bacopa also promotes relaxation, sleep and mental well-being.

Neudin® is an 'adaptogenic' food supplement, but with strong characteristics and elements that also make it definable as 'nootropic'. These are qualities that are highly valued today as a support for the demands of modern daily life, which requires us to be efficient and productive, but which we are not always able to keep up with. Often, in certain periods of particular psychophysical, work or emotional stress, or intense study, we need help to be more cognitively alert and focused, or to be more brilliant and mentally reactive.

Neudin® uses three of the best known adaptogenic-nootropic natural substances: Bacopa Monnieri, Panax Ginseng and Ginko Biloba.

Bacopa Monnieri is considered by many experts to be the best known natural nootropic substance on the market, the benefits of which were already evident in Ayurvedic Medicine as a powerful support tonic for phases of particular psychophysical stress, capable of reducing states of anxiety, improving mood, memory and reaction times, thanks to its rebalancing effect on neurotransmitters such as acetylcholine.

Clinical research says that its effects begin to manifest themselves after a few days and with chronic use, from 4 to 12 weeks, improvements in thought processing times, reaction and learning ability are evident, as well as greater clarity and a feeling of calm.

Ginseng is one of the world's most popular medicinal herbs, handed down from ancient oriental or North American medicines for centuries, and is extremely rich in bioactive substances, most notably 'ginsenosides'.
Extensive clinical research has reported its efficacy as one of the main adaptogens and 'anti-stress' substances that improve cognitive capacity, memory, combat fatigue, circulation, digestion, acting as an immunomodulant, antioxidant, and recently as a support in states of menopause or erectile dysfunction.

But among the many virtues of Ginseng, we now find it as an important natural nootropic, as it improves the body's ability to cope with phases of pisco-physical stress, giving it more energy and reducing adrenergic fatigue. A powerful neuroprotector of dopamine, it acts as an inhibitor of serotonin and norepinephrine re-uptake, boosting ATP production in the mitochondria and supporting mood, making us more energetic and motivated.

Ginko Biloba is a medicinal plant whose presence on Earth dates back thousands of years, and whose use in Traditional Chinese Medicine dates back to 2800 BC. It was already recommended for asthma, coughs, vascular disorders, and as a tonic to combat ageing. Now well known in the world of nutraceuticals, it is considered to rebalance neurotransmitters, slow down the degeneration of brain cells, improve cerebral circulation and thus provide a greater flow of oxygen and glucose to neurons. Ginko Biloba is one of the most suitable natural substances for stimulating learning, memory and cognitive abilities in general. It promotes an increase in dopamine in the brain, reducing anxiety and improving motivation.

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Directions: take one vial a day. Shake well before use.


Net content: 20 x 10 ml


Warnings: do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are important. Keep out of the reach of young children. Keep in a cool and dry place. Avoid exposure to heat sources and sunlight.


20 vials
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Nutrition information
 
  Per daily dose (1 vial)
BACOPIN® (Bacopa monnieri) 150 mg
Ginseng 100 mg
Ginkgo 50 mg
of which glucosidic ginkgoflavonoids 12 mg
 
Ingredients: purified water, fructose, BACOPIN® [dry extract of bacopa (Bacopa monnieri (L.) Pennell) aerieal parts], dry extract of ginseng (Panax ginseng C.A. Mey.) roots, dry extract of ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba L.) leaves 24% glucosidic ginkoflavonoids, acid: acid citric; preservatives: potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate; flavourings.

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