Cognizine Review

by Legacy Labs
May 7, 2014BRS Publishing
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Is Cognizine Right For You?

Cognizine is a brain supplement specially designed to enhance the cognitive functions like learning abilities, memory, and concentration. The manufacturing company is called Legacy Labs and it was established in the USA, Arizona. The main goal of this company is to create supplements dedicated to a variety of common medical conditions. One member of the development team is Dr. Sam Walters, a prestigious author and nutritionist, an important name in the domain. He is a diplomat of The American Council in Applied Clinical Nutrition, and he developed a number of nutritional formulas for NASA. He is said to have joined the Legacy Labs because he wanted to develop a specialized formula, designed to answer the needs of aging brains, in order to offer a better life quality for those whose lives are affected by merciless aging problems.

This product promises to offer additional neurotransmitter support and supplementary nutraceuticals, for an improved state of mind. The formula addresses mostly to the people over 40 who lost their clearance in thinking or ability to focus. According to its developers, Cognizine can improve processes such as: blood and oxygen circulatory system, enhances the energetic levels and nerve growth factor in the brain or increased cell membrane strength and plasticity.

Ingredients of Cognizine

Cognizine includes the following ingredients: Vinpocetine , Bacopa Powder, Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract, DHA Concentrate, DMAE, Korean Ginseng Root Powder, L-Glutamine, Phosphatidylserine, Huperzine, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Stearic Acid, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, Croscarmellose Sodium, and Decalcium Phosphate.

Customer Reviews

Bob Chalfant October 8, 2014 at 5:50 PM

yesterday I ordered COGNITINE and just went on Legacy Labs google and it is called cognizine. What is the difference if any ?

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John September 14, 2014 at 4:36 AM

Legacy Labs has an “F” rating on the Better Business Bureau website. Beware!

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phil Schelin April 30, 2014 at 10:56 PM

Gail Weaver
You have touched on a long overdue debate in the medical community.
What is the relationship between (going under surgery) and noticeable memory loss mostly
in the senior age bracket?
Within our circle of family and friends this condition has been noted.
I discussed this issue with a retired Anesthesiologist and there may be a correlation however there was no requirement to follow up after surgery to document any mental changes in the patient.

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Shari Harter June 26, 2014 at 7:47 PM

My Father, too, went in at age 88 for a medical procedure under anaesthesia and came out with “his clock wiped.” Up to that point, he was having little senior moments but was able to live independently, managing his own finances, medications, food, shopping, etc. After the procedure, he was clearly having difficulty with his frontal/temporal area. We waited several months to see if it was just “anaesthesia effects wearing off” but it never improved in the 20months before his death. I now tell everyone who has a parent reaching “that age” to be very aware that this can happen, and also to give great thought before automatically saying yes to mechanical life-extenders such as pacemakers, etc. One should weigh relative age, health and ANY signs of cognitive decline before extending body over brain.

Just my two cents…

Georgianne Giese June 8, 2014 at 4:06 PM

Seems like a great potential research study. The population is aging and many are undergoing surgery. I’ve had several, and can tell you that the brain does get messed up, though it is not clear what the interacting factors are. Post surgery fog does seem to last a while longer each time. I do take Cognizine, though sometimes forget to take it regularly! :-) I never stopped taking it because of surgery. I believe that it really has helped slow down my mental decline and I’m about ready to order another year’s supply. I was put on Aricept a while back, but it really messed up my nervous system and caused my muscles to spark and painfully spasm on a regular basis. My brain was still foggy also, possibly from lack of sleep. So I quit it and those symptoms cleared up. Cognizine helps me to function more “brightly”, with no ill side effects.

gail weaver March 17, 2014 at 7:49 PM

I received my cognizine today and have a question….I am going in for back surgery shortly and wanted to know if this would be safe to take right now. my husband had several surgeries up to his death Dec 2nd of this year. Everytime he came out of of these surgeries his memory would keep getting worse. It seems this would be a very helpful aid to elderly people going through surgeries. any feedback on this…..

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Cathleen February 18, 2014 at 6:51 PM

Didn’t remember purchasing this and had to look it up on the internet to find out why I bought it. Hum…I guess I really need this eh?

OK, so I am going to begin taking Cognizine today and will report back in a few weeks to reedit my review.

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Ran A December 4, 2013 at 6:29 PM

It’s a good product to use. Helpful :))

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joseph white November 22, 2013 at 3:44 AM

how can I purchase a bottle of COGNIZINE

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brseditor November 26, 2013 at 8:10 AM

Hi Joseph,

Our online research revealed very few retailers for this product. However, you can order it directly from the manufacturer’s website. Simply click the product and then click on “Buy Now” to add it to your shopping cart. Please note that the manufacturer will only ship within the United States. They won’t charge anything for shipping and handling.

Best regards,
BRS Editor

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