The latest launch from renowned complementary therapy expert Dr. Tom O’Bryan and theDr.com highlights recent scientific research and controlled studies, revealing the role that natural nootropic and neurotropic elements can play in cognitive performance. The campaign coincides with the release of Dr. O’Bryan’s new e-book, exploring the links between brain health and nutrition through a collection of brain food recipes.
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Dr. O’Bryan’s new campaign draws on findings from esteemed peer-reviewed journals such as the Annals of Neuroscience, linking the consumption of organic water hyssop extract to increased cell protection in the prefrontal cortex, hippocampus, and striatum. Visitors to theDr.com website can access a host of expertly-curated resources on the therapeutic potential of adaptogenic herbs and plants.
According to Gardenia, Water Hyssop – also known as Bacopa Monnieri or Brahmi – is a creeping, aquatic, mat-forming perennial with shiny, succulent, oval-shaped leaves. This tropical wildflower has been shown to arrest cognitive decline with both animal studies and randomized, double-blind placebo tests in humans demonstrating notable improvements in the retention of information.
Dr. O’Bryan points to studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of Water Hyssop in nourishing depleted neurons. According to the Rejuvenation Research journal, the Bacopa Monnieri plant is rich in nootropic phytochemicals which promote anti-oxidant, neuroprotective, and hepatoprotective activity in the body. Adaptogenic extracts increase blood flow to the brain which in turn can boost the power of accurate recall.
theDr.com’s latest statement also highlights Water Hyssop’s bioactive profile. Trials conducted by the US National Library of Medicine have shown that Bacopa extract raises Brain-Derived Neurotropic Factor (BDNF) in the brain and increases synaptogenesis, contributing to learning, memory, and lowered stress levels.
The company was established by Dr. O’Bryan to provide a science-backed resource for consumers, patients, and medical practitioners. The website provides a host of educational materials for those who are seeking an alternative to pharmaceutical products to combat chronic degenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s.
A spokesperson says, “Brain issues are actually at the root of many common health concerns and these conditions are, potentially, reversible. Conditions like dementia, Fibromyalgia, Lyme Disease and neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and ALS as well as autoimmune issues, like Hashimoto’s, MS or Arthritis.”
For more information, and to download a complimentary copy of the ‘Fix Your Brain Recipe Book’, go to https://vc365.isrefer.com/go/brainrecipes/BirchTree
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