Coghill Research

Asphalia for Memory


Suitable for Vegetarians


Failing short term memory and increased inability to recall everyday words and names is a common failing. The problem lies in the ability of neurotransmitters in the brain to connect trillions of messages communicated by the brain cells. These cells in turn depend upon tentacle-like neurites and if their outgrowth is diminished then poor memory is one result.

Japanese scientists have found that a certain mushrooom, called Lion's Mane, is significantly capable of improving neurite outgrowth. Placebo-controlled clinical trials found that people with mild cognitive disorders showed a significant improvement using Lion's Mane.

Dosage: Take 2-3 capsules daily preferably with meals.

Cool-milled Lions's Mane Mushroom.

Product Code: CGR0005


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