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Arkofluides® Memory – Organic Concentration is an organic food supplement specially formulated to help stimulate memory and concentration.
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Availability date: 02/16/2013
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What are Arkofluides Memory & Concentration Bio ampoules used for?
Thanks to its unique know-how, Arkofluides® offers you a 100% plant-based formula combining organic plants rigorously selected by Arkopharma laboratories' herbal medicine experts, in a drinkable solution guaranteed to be sweetener-free, preservative-free and alcohol-free.
- Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba).
A true "living fossil", the Ginkgo is a particularly resistant tree and has exceptional longevity. Its characteristically shaped leaves turn golden in autumn, hence its nickname of the maidenhair tree. Ginkgo has virtues on the memory as well as on the faculties of learning. The leaves of this plant help improve cognitive functions and promote concentration. Designed and developed in France, the Arkofluids® range offers you the best of nature. To find out more about ULTRAextract®, go to Arkofluides®, the UltraConcentrated innovation.
How to use these bulbs for Memory?
1 phial per day, to be taken in the morning at breakfast time.
Precautions for use
- From 12 years old.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
- It is possible to renew the decision several times in the year.
- Do not use during pregnancy and lactation.
- If you are on anticoagulant treatment, ask your doctor for advice.
- Use in people on antidepressant treatment is not recommended.
- A food supplement should not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
- Keep out of reach of young children.
Organic Ginkgo leaf extract (Ginkgo biloba) [obtained from 1.8 g of plant used per ampoule] – Organic Lemon juice (Citrus limon).
Average nutritional information
For 1 bulb
Ginkgo leaf extract: 9.9 g
1 box of 20 vials
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