NatureBuilt Products has release Chlorella combined with Bacopa Extract (aka brahmi) in tablet. It is the first product of its kind on the market, Chlorella combined with Bacopa in tablet form. Bacopa (focus, concentration) is one of three “Brain Herbs” we have talking about at the Watershed Wellness Center for 2 years now. Mucuna (HGH, Dopamine, Melatonine) and Ginkgo Biloba (memory) are the other two. There are no binders or fillers in the tablets, which are 90% chlorella and 10% Bacopa Extract with 53% concentrated Bacocides, which is the chemical that helps improve concentration and memory.
I personally take Bacopa everyday in tablet form combined with Chlorella. I don’t take Bacopa powder by itself because the taste is awful. So thank God for tablets. Same is true of Ginkgo Biloba which is even worse tasting than Bacopa. Mucuna I take every night before I go to bed because the brain produces Human Growth Hormone while we are sleeping. This wakes up the pineal gland in the center of the brain. When it comes to longevity and spiritual balance it’s all about the pineal gland.
Chlorella is a green algae and the Most Powerful Wholefood known. It contains the highest amount of Protein, Chlorophyll and Nucleic Acids of any food. It is also a food that anyone can safely consume. BACOPA is documented to improve memory and general mental abilities, including concentration and mental deficiencies. It is a sedative that helps relieve apprehension, stress and insomnia. Bacopa is a powerful antioxidant. It also has antifungal and antibacterial properties. The advantage of combining a concentrated herb such as BACOPA with a complete food such as CHLORELLA is that the protein allows the body to absorb and utilize the herb much more safely and effectively.
No Binders, Fillers or Preservatives! 100% Pure & natural.
Tablets: 4 tabs per gram
General Maintenance Daily Dosage: 15 – 20 Tablets per day. Brain Support: 25 – 40 Tablets/day.
90% Pure Chlorella Pyrenoidosa 10% Bacopa monnieri
Clinical References and Resources
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Industrial Toxicology Research Center, Lucknow – 226001, UP, India.
Phytother Res. 2002 Nov;16(7):639-45. PMID: 12410544
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