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Performance Brain

Performance brain è un integratore che contiene una sinergia “nootropa” a base di Ganoderma lucidum da agricoltura biologica, Salvia officinalis e lavandulifolia, Bacopa, L-Teanina e Caffeina, studiata appositamente per potenziare le funzioni cognitive e la performance mentale.


60 capsule

Mdo d'uso

Si consiglia di assumere 1 capsula al giorno come mantenimento, quindi aumentare la dose di 1 capsula ogni giorno già due giorni prima della gara e 4 capsule il giorno della performance


Performance Brain è utile per tutti coloro che sottoposti a stress fisico e psichico, necessitino di un potenziamento delle capacità di attenzione, concentrazione e focalizzazione per il raggiungimento della prestazione, utile sia per sportivi d’élite che master, ma anche per lo studente con calo di attenzione o il manager che desideri il mantenimento di adeguati di livelli di performance mentale sul lavoro. Performance Brain favorisce il miglioramento della capacità di apprendimento, il potenziamento delle funzioni cognitive in condizioni di stress mediante protezione del sistema nervoso centrale da sostanze neurotossiche, ottimizzazione e potenziamento dei processi neuronali senza aumentare la produzione di catecolamine come Adrenalina e Noradrenalina, ma favorendo l’azione di GABA e Dopamina

Effetti principali

  • Favorisce il mantenimento di adeguati livelli di attenzione e di concentrazione

  • Sinergia nootropa utile per sostenere le performance mentali

  • Utile in caso di brain fog o situazioni di annebbiamento mentale da eccessivo stress

Informazioni nutrizionali


Per dosaggio giornaliero

Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi) 565 mg
Cognivia® (Salvia officinalis e Salvia lavandulifolia) 500 mg
Bacopin® (Bacopa monnieri) tit. 20% 372 mg
Apporto bacosidi 75 mg
L-teanina 200 mg
Caffeina 75 mg
Reperibilità prodotto

Codice parafarmaco: 8059173430123

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