SagaMemo

SagaMemo

For brain health
SagaMemo is a natural product composed of Angelica archangelica Ginkgo Biloba and Bacopa Monnieri. The product also contains zinc and iron that contributes to normal cognitive function. 
 
Brain health is a growing concern
Cognitive impairment and memory deficiency are some of the costliest health problems in the world. Their prevalence is expected to grow with an ever-aging population and that is why a huge amount of research is being conducted in the field of cognitive medicine. 
We have developed SagaMemo with this in mind - to help people support brain health with a natural and scientifically studied product.
 
SagaMemo is both availabe in capsules and tincture.
 
Herbs working together
SagaMemo is a product that contains herbs which have many compounds, as all herbs do. What makes them so interesting is that together they may have synergy - that is, they could be working together and magnify each other’s effect. Our scientists conducted laboratory tests on the Angelica herb showing that in that compound, it my help reduce the breakdown of important neurotransmitters.
 
Scientific studies on SagaMemo
Our researchers have studied SagaMemo and the herbs that go into making the product for quite some time now. Initially, they studied how herbal chemicals interacted in the laboratory and found that they actually reduced the amount of acetylcholinesterase; an enzyme that lowers the levels of acetylcholine which is a very important neurotransmitter.
References:
Can herbs provide a new generation of drugs for treating Alzheimer’s disease? Thimmappa S. Anekonda and P. Hemachandra Reddy. Brain Research Rev. 2005; 50: 361-376.
 
Imperatorin induces vasodilatation possibly via inhibiting voltage dependent calcium channel and receptor-mediated Ca 2+ influx and release. He Jian-Yu, Zhang Wei, He Lang-Chong, Cao Yong-Xiao. Eur. J. Pharmacol. 2007; doi:10.1016/j.epharm. 2007.06. 043.
 
Acetylcholinesterase interaction with Alzheimer amyloid beta. Inestrosa N.C., Sagal J.P., Colombres M. Subcell. Biochem. 2005; 38: 299-317.
Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors from the roots of Angelica dahurica. Kim D.K., Lim J.P., Yang J.h., Eom D.O., Eun J.S., Leem K.H. Arch. Pharm. Res. 2002; 25: 856-859.
 
Coumarins isolated from Angelica gigas inhibit acetylcholinesterase: structure-activity relationship. Kang S.Y., Lee K.Y., Sung S.H., Park M.J., Kim Y.C. J. Nat. Prod. 2001; 64: 683-685.
 
Inhibition of Acetylcholinesterase by Extracts and Constituents from Angelica archangelica and Geranium sylvaticum, Steinthor Sigurdsson, Sigmundur Gudbjarnason Z. Naturf. 2007; 62c; 689-693.
SagaMemo is a natural product composed of Angelica archangelica Ginkgo Biloba and Bacopa Monnieri. The product also contains zinc and iron that contributes to normal cognitive function. 
 
Brain health is a growing concern
Cognitive impairment and memory deficiency are some of the costliest health problems in the world. Their prevalence is expected to grow with an ever-aging population and that is why a huge amount of research is being conducted in the field of cognitive medicine. 
We have developed SagaMemo with this in mind - to help people support brain health with a natural and scientifically studied product.
 
SagaMemo is both availabe in capsules and tincture.
 
Herbs working together
SagaMemo is a product that contains herbs which have many compounds, as all herbs do. What makes them so interesting is that together they may have synergy - that is, they could be working together and magnify each other’s effect. Our scientists conducted laboratory tests on the Angelica herb showing that in that compound, it my help reduce the breakdown of important neurotransmitters.
 
Scientific studies on SagaMemo
Our researchers have studied SagaMemo and the herbs that go into making the product for quite some time now. Initially, they studied how herbal chemicals interacted in the laboratory and found that they actually reduced the amount of acetylcholinesterase; an enzyme that lowers the levels of acetylcholine which is a very important neurotransmitter.
References:
Can herbs provide a new generation of drugs for treating Alzheimer’s disease? Thimmappa S. Anekonda and P. Hemachandra Reddy. Brain Research Rev. 2005; 50: 361-376.
 
Imperatorin induces vasodilatation possibly via inhibiting voltage dependent calcium channel and receptor-mediated Ca 2+ influx and release. He Jian-Yu, Zhang Wei, He Lang-Chong, Cao Yong-Xiao. Eur. J. Pharmacol. 2007; doi:10.1016/j.epharm. 2007.06. 043.
 
Acetylcholinesterase interaction with Alzheimer amyloid beta. Inestrosa N.C., Sagal J.P., Colombres M. Subcell. Biochem. 2005; 38: 299-317.
Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors from the roots of Angelica dahurica. Kim D.K., Lim J.P., Yang J.h., Eom D.O., Eun J.S., Leem K.H. Arch. Pharm. Res. 2002; 25: 856-859.
 
Coumarins isolated from Angelica gigas inhibit acetylcholinesterase: structure-activity relationship. Kang S.Y., Lee K.Y., Sung S.H., Park M.J., Kim Y.C. J. Nat. Prod. 2001; 64: 683-685.
 
Inhibition of Acetylcholinesterase by Extracts and Constituents from Angelica archangelica and Geranium sylvaticum, Steinthor Sigurdsson, Sigmundur Gudbjarnason Z. Naturf. 2007; 62c; 689-693.
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30 days
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90 days
EUR 89,99
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I started to take SagaMemo because it´s made of natural herbs. My memory has improved significantly and

I have much more energy. 

Berglind Hanna Ólafsdóttir, 57 years