Pure Encapsulations CurcumaSorb Mind EasySticks® 30 stick packs - 30 Packets
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Great-tasting, fruit-flavored powder
Sprinkle directly into mouth; no mixing needed
Offers bioavailable chelated magnesium malate
Provides soy-free phosphatidylserine and enhanced-absorption curcumin
Contains clinically researched Meriva curcumin, Oligopin pine bark, and Neurophenol grape and blueberry extracts
Enhanced with organic whole fruit blueberry powder; consumption of blueberries has been associated with cardiovascular and brain health CurcumaSorb Mind EasySticks offer flavonoids, phosphatidylserine, and nutrient cofactors in a unique, great-tasting, direct-delivery form. Magnesium and curcumin support neurotransmitter synthesis and positive mood. Neurophenol is a proprietary blend of wild blueberry and whole grape extracts. These fruits contain neuroprotective polyphenolic compounds that support healthy cognitive function and memory, targeting vascular health, as well as synaptic density and plasticity in the brain. Oligopin is manufactured from French pine trees in a unique and specific process to optimize the composition of low molecular weight oligomers without tannins that can inhibit bioavailability and efficacy. In a small randomized, double-blind, crossover trial, supplementation with 25 mg Oligopin offered statistically significant support for daily cognitive function and mental tasks. Phosphatidylserine is the most abundant phospholipid in the brain. As such, it promotes neuronal function to support overall learning, recall and processing capacity. In a two-month study involving 36 children ages 4-14, 200 mg of phosphatidylserine daily supported short-term auditory memory, daily cognitive performance and relaxation.
CurcumaSorb Mind EasySticks®
Amount Per Serving
each stick pack (approximately 4.5 g) contains:
calories - 10
total carbohydrate - 2 g
total sugars - 0.5 g
sugar alcohols - 1 g
magnesium (as di-magnesium malate) - 150 mg
Sharp-PS® GREEN phosphatidylserine (from sunflower lecithin) (soy-free) - 100 mg
Meriva® turmeric phytosome - 100 mg
(turmeric (Curcuma longa) extract (root) and sunflower phospholipid complex)
(standardized to contain 18% curcuminoids)
Oligopin® French maritime pine (Pinus pinaster) extract (bark) - 25 mg
(standardized to contain 67% procyanidins)
Neurophenol® proprietary blend - 100 mg
28 mg of flavonoids (monomers
anthocyanidins and phenolic acids) from grape extract (Vitis vinifera) extract (fruit) and wild blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium) extract (fruit)
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