I am not sure which forum to choose on this question. Let it be this one for the beginning. If somebody suggests the more appropriate forum for this question you are very much welcome. The question: have you heard or know about the results of Brain Booster pills- food additive use by people wishing to improve their brain work? Have any significant changes been observed by the doctors or the people taking these pills themselves?
There are herbs and supplements out there that claim to enhance the brain function and some probably do help if they contain Folate, Vitamin B12, Omega 3 Fatty Acids, and COQ10. These are needed to help our brain to stay alert, healthy, and effective. Why buy expensive pills when you can get all the above from our food sources: fish, nuts, fruits, and vegetables to name a few. Just for your information, in the US herb supplementation is not regulated by the FDA so you may not know what exactly is in the supplement and the amounts. Hope this answered your question.
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