Nao Gu Wan
60 500mg concentrated (5:1) custom blend capsules
Ci Wu Jai, Ling Zhi, Shi Chang Pu, Yin Xing Ye
Dosage 2 pills per day
Brain Food has the best potential for deterring all of the signs and symptoms that are associated with such bio-medically defied conditions as ADD, ADHD depression, anxiety, dementia, senility, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. *
Brain Food is a proprietarily compounded blend of the following herbal medicines.
Acorus root – Shi Chang Pu – has been shown in clinical trials to treat attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity. This herb is also used to treat other kinds of brain dysfunctions, including epilepsy, mental retardation, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Gingko leaf – Yin Xing Ye – has been extensively evaluated and shown to enhance brain functions (including in those with Alzheimer’s disease) by improving brain circulation. It has also been reported to be helpful in treating depression, peripheral neuropathy, and other blood circulation disorders.
Ganoderma mushroom -Ling Zhi – is an antibiotic, anti-carcinogenic, and anti-diabetic. It also promotes endurance, regulates blood pressure, is anti-aging, protects the heart, liver and kidneys, reduces anxiety and depression, and greatly improves cognitive function.
Eleuritherococcus – Ci Wu Jai – in Russia and other Asian countries ‘Siberian ginseng’ has been used to enhance the performance and endurance of Olympic athletes for the last sixty years. Benefits include improved energy, better sleep, and improvement of digestive functions and all bowel conditions. Siberian ginseng invigorates blood circulation, lowers cholesterol, and is used to treat anemia, constitutional weakness, and helps offset conditions like macular degeneration, glaucoma and cataracts.
Although often marketed individually studies have found that using these herbal medicines in specific combinations actually provide enhanced results. For instance, the leaf of the ginkgo tree is particularly useful for increasing long term memory but not so much for short term, while Acorus root is very good for short term memory but not as good as the gingko for long term memory. We have found that a comprehensive approach presents a much more potent alternative than simply taking ginkgo or other single herb extracts.
*Food and Drug Modernization Act of 1997, allows manufacturers to provide information about off-label uses for drugs without prior FDA approval