How many times in the last year have you walked into a room and forgotten why you’re there? Misplaced your car keys? Drawn a blank while trying to remember the name of a childhood friend?
Most doctors dismiss these memory lapses as a natural part of aging and say there’s nothing you can do about it.
But what if I told you it’s possible to eliminate “senior moments”? And substantially improve your memory — in just one hour?
And what if I told you that you could do it completely naturally?
In fact, research shows that one common herb can produce these cognitive breakthroughs.
I’m talking about lemon balm, scientifically known as Melissa officinalis.
Lemon balm is actually incredibly common. It’s a member of the mint family and grows just about everywhere. And there are thousands of varieties. But only one is scientifically proven to improve your memory, focus, word recall, and brainpower. And boost your overall cognitive strength.
It’s called Bluenesse®. And it’s made from the extract of a special type of lemon balm only grown in Bavaria, Germany.
In fact, it took scientists and farmers a year to develop this particularly potent variety of lemon balm.
And now the specific variety of this plant — and the exact locations of the farms where it’s grown — is being guarded like a state secret.
The neuroscientists who developed Bluenesse formed a carefully vetted private network of farmers to grow it in ideal locations all across Germany. And they even started a second backup farm in another European country. (I was able to get some insider intel on this — it’s in Poland.)
In fact, this specialized botanical is even protected by intellectual property laws. And the farmers who know about it are the ONLY growers on Earth who are cultivating this “mental miracle.”
The neuro-researchers who uncovered this rare lemon balm — and worked tirelessly to test, verify, and document its effects — have a good reason for all the secrecy.
They want to shield you from impostors by keeping their supply under tight control.
They’re so serious about it that they test every…single…batch of Bluenesse to make sure it’s active, and that it meets their exact specifications. From the size of the leaves to the unique composition of the essential phytonutrients.
So it’s no surprise that no other strain of lemon balm can do what Bluenesse can do.
I’m so impressed by this “Bavarian Brain Booster” I actually worked with the manufacturer to bring Bluenesse to the U.S. And I’m the first doctor in the country to use it. The results in my patients have been phenomenal. But there are also several scientific studies that show just how effective Bluenesse is for memory and focus.
In a study published last year, researchers gathered 25 healthy men and women under the age of 40. You might think people that young wouldn’t have many memory or concentration issues. But guess what?
Within one hour of taking 300 mg of Bluenesse, the study participants had a 13.5 percent improvement in memory and focus, compared to the participants in the placebo group.
To make sure these results weren’t a fluke, the researchers conducted a second study. They gave 21 healthy men and women, ages 21 to 30, either 300 mg of Bluenesse, or a placebo.
Then they gave these study participants the same cognitive tests they gave the people in the first study.
One of those tests measured participants’ working memory. Working memory is the way you keep track of new facts, figures, and details you see every day. It’s what helps you remember where you parked your car at the mall or which ingredients you’ve already added to the pot of chili simmering on the stove.
The Bluenesse groups aced this test. In fact, the placebo group’s test scores actually plummeted, while the Bluenesse group’s scores increased.
Those results are impressive enough on their own. But there’s also a brand new study on Bluenesse.
Twenty-five men and women, ages 19 to 36, got either 600 mg of Bluenesse or a placebo. They then took a working memory test and word recognition test similar to the ones in the studies I mentioned above.
Just like in the previous studies, the Bluenesse group scored significantly better on these tests than the placebo group. And, once again, the improvements were noticeable within an hour of taking Bluenesse.
Pretty incredible, right? And I expect the research on Bluenesse to just keep on coming. I’ll keep you posted about all of the impressive results as they’re published.
But in the meantime, as I mentioned above, I’m the first doctor in the U.S. to use Bluenesse. It’s one of the main ingredients in my BrainLogic formula.
My patients have already noticed that they’re able to think faster and more accurately when they take it. So if you’re sick of those “senior moments,” I encourage you to check out BrainLogic — and see for yourself just how quickly you can free yourself from them…once and for all.
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