Gotu Kola (4:1 Extract)

Gotu Kola, or Centella Asiatica, has been used as a herbal medicine since prehistoric times for its cognition-enhancing actions and is often paired with Bacopa monnieri to give clear-headed, calm FOCUS.
Gota kola contains a high concentration of unique triterpenoid compounds that are thought to contribute to its ANTI-ANXIETY, MOOD-supporting and COGNITION-enhancing actions – and is often used by students, researchers, and anyone on a tight deadline.
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PRODUCT TYPE
Gotu Kola (4:1 Extract)
DOSAGE
1 capsule / 500 mg
INGREDIENTS
Gotu Kola (4:1 Extract), Pullulan (Capsule)
DOES NOT CONTAIN
Milk, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Tree Nuts, Peanuts, Soy, Wheat
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Nootropics are best absorbed on an empty stomach, at least 15 minutes before your first meal. If you have a sensitive stomach, take them with a little food.
Anxiety
Stress
Motivation
Focus
BENEFITS:

Supports cognition by reducing symptoms of ANXIETY [1] [2]

BENEFITS:

Helps the body adapt to increased STRESS to support sustained cognition [1]

BENEFITS:

Has a positive impact on the MOOD, which aids cognitive consistency [1] [3]

BENEFITS:

Supports increased ATTENTION to help sustain mental capacity [1] [3]

EVALUATION OF PRODUCTS
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Extensive animal study evidence of ingredient effects
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1

Jana U, Sur TK, Maity LN, Debnath PK, Bhattacharyya D. A clinical study on the management of generalized anxiety disorder with Centella asiatica. Nepal Med Coll J. 2010;12(1):8-11.

3

Wattanathorn J, Mator L, Muchimapura S, et al. Positive modulation of cognition and mood in the healthy elderly volunteer following the administration of Centella asiatica. J Ethnopharmacol. 2008;116(2):325-32.

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