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Natrol, Memory Complex, 60 Tablets

Item # : 1626
Manufacturer SKU : 047469008932
Product Code : NT0893
Package Details : 60 Tablets
Serving Size : 2 Tablets
Serving per Container : This bottle will last for 30 Days
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Natrol, Memory Complex, 60 Tablets
Price(र)  : 2026.00
Offer (र)  : 1823.00

Ships in 10 to 12 days

Expiry Date : 31/03/2021

·        Focus

·        Enhances Cognitive Function

·        Formulated to Support Memory Function

·        Includes Vinpocetine & Huperzine A

·        Dietary Supplement


Natrol Memory Complex is uniquely formulated to provide cutting edge nutrients that help maximize cognitive function. Vinpocetine and Huperzine A help maintain overall mental capacity and provide additional neural support. Ginkgo Biloba is a recognized herb that promotes blood circulation in the brain. Natrol Memory Complex is 100% vegetarian.

Suggested Use:

Take 2 tablets, on time daily, with a meal.

Supplement Facts:

Serving Size: 2 Tablets

Servings Per Container: 30


Amount Per Serving

% DV

Thiamin (Vitamin B1)(as thiamin HCl)

1.5 mg


Niacin (as Niacinamide)

20 mg


Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCI)

2 mg


Folate (Folic Acid)

400 mcg


Vitamin B12 (as Cyanocobalamin)

6 mcg


Calcium (as Dicalcium Phosphate)

130 mg


Phosphorus (as DiCalcium Phosphate)

105 mg



10 mg


Huperzine A (from Huperzia serrata Whole Herb Extract)

100 mcg


Ginkgo Biloba Extract (leaf)
Ginkgo Flavoglycosides

120 mg
28 mg
7 mg


Phosphatidyl Serine

15 mg



100 mg


*Daily Value (DV) Not Established.

Other Ingredients:

Cellulose, Stearic Acid, Cellulose Gum, Silica, Magnesium Stearate, Methylcellulose, Glycerine.

NO Yeast, Wheat, Corn, Milk, Egg, Glutens, Artificial Colors or Flavors, Added Sugar, Starch or Preservatives.


Store in a cool, dry place.
Keep out of reach of children.

Q.What function does calcium have in the body?  
A.Calcium is a mineral used for numerous functions, including building bones and teeth, muscle contraction, blood clotting, maintenance of cell membranes, and nerve transmission.1 Because most of the calcium in the body is found in the skeleton, calcium’s critical function in maintaining bone health receives much attention

Q.What are the effects of calcium deficiency?  
A.Adequate intake of calcium is essential for maximizing bone density. Therefore, an inadequate intake of calcium can adversely influence bone formation and may contribute to osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a decrease in bone density and strength that results in increased susceptibility to bone fractures. It is a debilitating disease most commonly found in postmenopausal women; however, men are also at risk for this disease. In the United States osteoporosis affects an estimated 35 percent of post-menopausal Caucasian women.2 Osteoporosis cannot be cured; it can only be prevented or its progression delayed. The best ways to prevent the disease are to build strong bones early in life by eating a well-balanced, calcium-rich diet, and by making weight-bearing exercise a regular routine.

Q.How does it work?
A.The bones and teeth contain over 99% of the calcium in the human body. Calcium is also found in the blood, muscles, and other tissue. Calcium in the bones can be used as a reserve that can be released into the body as needed. The concentration of calcium in the body tends to decline as we age because it is released from the body through sweat, skin cells, and waste. In addition, as women age, absorption of calcium tends to decline due to reduced estrogen levels. Calcium absorption can vary depending on race, gender, and age. Bones are always breaking down and rebuilding, and calcium is needed for this process. Taking extra calcium helps the bones rebuild properly and stay strong.

Q.What are the uses of calcium?
A.Raising calcium levels in people who have low calcium.
Preventing low calcium levels.
Reversing high potassium levels, when given intravenously (by IV).
Use as an antacid as calcium carbonate.
Reducing phosphate levels in people with kidney disease.

Q.What is B6?
A.The term “Vitamin B6” refers to a group of chemically similar compounds which are metabolically interchangeable: pyridoxine (the alcohol form), pyridoxal (the aldehyde form), and pyridoxamine (the amine form).
FYI supplements of B6 come in the form of pyridoxine.

Q.What does the body use B6 for?
A.B6 assists in proper metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. It plays a role in synthesizing RNA and DNA and cell multiplication. Adequate levels of B6 is also necessary for the proper absobrtion of B12, magnesium and protein.

Q.What are the signs of a deficiency?
A.Vitamin B6 deficiency can lead to nerve damage in the hands and feet. Cervical dysplasia has been linked to a low intake of several B vitamins including pyridoxine, and people with alcoholism, cirrhosis, hyperthyroidism and congestive heart failure may experience deficiencies more often. Some symptoms of a vitamin B6 deficiency include dermatitis, cracked and sore lips, inflamed tongue and mouth, confusion, depression and insomnia.

Q.Why is vitamin B6 necessary?
A.Vitamin B6 helps in the production of neurotransmitters, the chemicals that allow brain and nerve cells to communicate with one another, ensuring that metabolic processes such as fat and protein metabolism run smoothly, and is important for immune system function in older individuals. It can also help address a number of conditions, including nerve compression injuries (like carpal tunnel syndrome), premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and some cases of depression and arthritis. It is often used to treat high homocysteine levels along with folic acid and vitamin B12. Memory loss, diabetes, asthma attacks, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), kidney stones, lung cancer, acne and atherosclerosis may also be treated and improved via vitamin B6 supplementation.