GalantaMind with Ginkgo, a new galantamine formulation
Ginkgo biloba is the world’s most ancient extant tree with internal “memories” of its existence dating back 270 million years. Today, Ginkgo is one of the Europe’s most time-honored, investigated, and adopted herbal supplements used for proper memory support.* But until now, its potential has not been fully achieved. However, a new study shows that when used together with galantamine, a natural acetylcholinesterase inhibitor, Ginkgo’s power come through—synergizing with galantamine’s support of proper memory function.
Along with Ginkgo, GalantaMind with Ginkgo features galantamine, a phytonutrient extracted from the common snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis). Dual featured, galantamine blocks the premature, age-related breakdown of the natural neurotransmitter acetylcholine, an essential molecule that supports memory function.* Unlike others in its class, galantamine also supports proper nicotinic receptor activity, an effect long known to influence memory function.* Galantamine is the same memory-function enhancer used 3200 years ago by the Greek hero Odysseus, the champion of memory and the enemy of forgetfulness.*
In addition to added Ginkgo (at 120 mg/daily serving), GalantaMind with Ginkgo contains galantamine (at 24 mg/daily serving), choline (at 600 mg/daily serving) and vitamin B5 (at 300 mg/daily serving).*
Kudos for Alzheimer’s Stories and Comments
Thank you for passing along my letter to Dr. Dean and for printing it in Life-Enhancement Magazine, March 2016 issue.
I received the magazine yesterday, March 6, 2016. My wife and I were traveling in our RV from 2-11-2016 until April 3rd. Most RV campgrounds have poor Wi-Fi and internet reception isn’t like home, thus my delay in thanking you.
I appreciate all of your references to Alzheimer’s Disease in just about every issue of your magazine. I pass along the information to my son (46) and daughter (40) telling them that taking preventative measures now will greatly reduce their chances of personal familiarity with Alzheimer’s when they are in their 60s-70s. They are both above average in health & nutrition so I hope they pay attention.
I have been going to UCSF for my medical care for 15 years. I have an excellent surgeon who goes the rare step of above and beyond. The secret is in finding an intuitive, knowledgeable primary care physician who can put it all together and direct/suggest steps to take. So far, I’m that person. That’s why I appreciate what you and the rest of your team write and report. It usually only takes me a few minutes to know if a doctor really knows what they’re talking about. The best doctors are the few who say, “let’s try this” or “Let me refer you to this doctor”, etc. instead of “see me next month.”
JOE, Novato, CA