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For someone with vascular dementia would be appreciated. Our naturopathic doctor says their ingredients work synergistically to help drive neuronal energy production and optimal utilization of that energy. The ingredients in this formulation have been shown through research to act either individually or together to help increase utilization of ATP.

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Do you buy these directly from the naturopath? If so, I'd RUN the other direction - he or she is just selling you a bill of goods. Never buy supplements directly from a medical or alternative medicine provider - that's a direct conflict of interest.

Here's what the first one contains, just a bunch of herbs. If you do decide to try these, (which I wouldn't give to my mom), be sure you let his/her doc and pharmacist know: Each capsule contains: Riboflavin 20mg (1176%DV), Magnesium (as magnesium citrate) 40mg (10%DV),
Feverfew extract 300mg* ---(standardized to contain 0.8% parthenolide), Butchers broom extract 200mg*---(standardized to contain 10% saponins), Ginkgo Biloba extract 100mg*, ---(standardized to contain 24% Ginkgoglavonglycosides and 6% Terpene Lactones), Cayenne (capsaicin) 40mg*, Vinpocetine 10mg*, *Daily Value not established, Other Ingredients: Vegetable cellulose (vegetarian capsule), silicon dioxide.

I personally think these sound like snake oil.
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Ask for hard copies of the research documents and read them for proof of testing with a control group, done by an independent laboratory.
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