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Can mental focus really be found in a bottle? Lack of focus seems to affect more persons every day, regardless of age. A number of herbs have been studied for their ability to support sharper mental focus, memory and enhance mental acuity. Remedy's Focus formula is one of the most effective, yet simple formulations on the market. Remedy's FOCUS provides a full months' supply for 24.99; Focus Factors costs $80 for one month.The three primary ingredients in the formula are Ashwagandha, Ginkgo and Holy Basil (or Skullcap), depending on market availability of herbs. These have been used in folk medicine and have been clinically studied.
Consumer Reports (2011) investigated FOCUSfactors ® and found it to be expensive at $80 per month. Focus Factor is sold in Costco and other national chains. It is a blend of over thirty components, requiring the user to take four tablets; thus the 60 capsule container lasts only 15 days. If you are using this supplement and it works for you, this information is for comparison purposes.
Remedy's organic herb supplement FOCUS provides a higher dose of each ingredient than formulas which throw in "the kitchen sink". Ashwagandha has been clinically studied and 'an improvement of clarity and focus' has been found. Ginkgo increases circulation to the brain. A brain lacking good blood flow and circulation can evidence 'poor concentration, confusion...fatigue, headache...depression and anxiety". Holy Basil helps the brain to manage stress symptoms. While we cannot make health claims for our product, please see the link below to the National Institutes of Health for the clinical studies on the individual herbs in our formula. If savings are important for you, try Remedy's FOCUS for thirty days; return the empty bottle for your money back if you are not satisfied! Remedy's FOCUS is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.
The clinical study 'Effects of eight-week supplementation of Ashwaganda on cardiorespiratory endurance...' states: 'An effect attributed to Ashwaganda, similar to caffeine, is an improvement of clarity and focus.'
Ginkgo has long been used for its ability to increase circulation to the brain and thus, increase blood flow and oxygenation. The Mayo Clinic concludes that there is good scientific evidence for this use and states: 'Cerebral insufficiency is characterized by poor concentration, confusion, decreased physical performance, fatigue, headache, dizziness, depression, and anxiety. Research of ginkgo for cerebral insufficiency has demonstrated efficacy in reducing symptoms...Further research on ginkgo alone is needed on this topic.' (http://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/ginkgo/evidence/hrb-20059541)
Explaining a possible cause for some persons' inability to focus and how Holy Basil (Ocinum tenuiflorum) can help, the clinical study 'Efficacy of an Extract of Occinum tenuiflorum...in the Management of General Stress' observes: 'The common symptoms of stress include fatigue, tenseness, irritability, apathy, sleeping disorders, emotional instability, thoughts, and concentration problems...Present generation people are more ravaged by the consequences of stress than at any time in past...' ( http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3185238/#B3 ) The study also noted: 'plant extract of O. tenuiflorum, was found to be 1.6 times or 39% more effective in the management of stress symptoms in comparison to placebo group and the herbal supplementation was well tolerated by all the patients over the six weeks of study period.'
To review the clinical study 'Treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder...' please visit our informational public service website at remedysnutrition.org.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.