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Vinpocetine - 90 Capsules Default Category Douglas Labs
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    Vinpocetine - 90 Capsules



    Douglas Laboratories Vinpocetine has been discontinued by the manufacturer. They have recommended Brain Memory as a replacement.

    Vinpocetine supplies 10 mg of vinpocetine in a vegetarian capsule. Vinpocetine has the potential to support healthy memory, as indicated by a randomized, double-blind, crossover study.


    Each serving contains:

    Vinpocetine   -    10 mg

    Other ingredients: Cellulose and vegetable stearate.

    Suggested Use

    As a dietary supplement, adults take 1 capsule daily or as directed by your healthcare professional.

    More Info.

    Progressive memory loss and related cognitive dysfunction states have become a serious medical and social problem in Western societies. According to the U.S. National Institute on Aging, in the United States alone there are as many as four million cases of the most extreme form of cognitive breakdown. With the increasing population of people over the age of 50, concern for memory, cognitive malfunction and other related conditions has become understandable.

    Vinca minor is a perennial ground cover plant known also as myrtle or periwinkle. The plant bears bright, blueviolet flowers and is most often found in the temperate zone of the Northern hemisphere. Its use as an herbal medicine dates back for centuries. Its many alkaloids may have blood pressure and blood sugar supporting properties, in addition to support of cognitive function.

    Studies have shown that vinpocetine can be a powerful cognitive support product. It is a vasodilator and thus can increase blood flow to the brain, as well as potentially improving the brain’s use of oxygen, thus enabling brain cells to continue functioning, even when oxygen supplies are cut off. Vinpocetine has also been found to stimulate noradrenergic neurons in an area of the brain called the locus coeruleus. Noradrenergic neurons affect the function of the cerebral cortex—the part of the brain used to think, plan, and act. The number of these neurons declines with age, impairing concentration, alertness, and the speed with which information is processed. It can also increase cerebral metabolism and raise ATP levels in nerve cells.

    In double-blind trials conducted with patients suffering from mild-to-moderate vascular memory decline, vinpocetine benefited memory, learning, and global clinical measures of cognitive performance. Speech and language also showed marked improvement.