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GalantaMind Review – 8 Essential Things to Know

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

Reviewed by Rebecca Williams, MD, MA, MB, BChir

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Evidence Based | Facts | Nutrition Facts | Benefits | Contraindications | Price | Directions | Does it Work

GalantaMind is a supplement with galantamine, something that can help fight Alzheimer’s disease and increase memory. It’s sold by Life Enhancement, a Nevada based company with decades of experience in the supplement field. They even publish their own magazine, the self described “first source for practical scientific health news from around the world.” They use a lot of proven ingredients while trying to stay on the cutting edge of advancing medicine.


1) GalantaMind Quick Facts

Each capsule contains pantothenic acid (vitamin B5 as calcium pantothenate), choline, and galantamine. Here, the galantamine is from galanthus nivalis, the common snowdrop flower. It’s often found in prescription medicine for Alzheimer’s disease. It can improve memory, awareness, and the ability to perform daily functions.

Nutrition Facts

2) GalantaMind Nutrition Facts

GalantaMind contains the following ingredients: Vitamin C (calcium ascorbate), Vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopheryl acid succinate), Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine), Folate (as folic acid), Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin), Calcium (as calcium ascorbate), Green tea (Camellia sinensis) leaf extract , Turmeric (Curcuma longa) root, Hesperidin from orange (Citrus sinensis) fruit, Quercetin, Galantamine hydrobromide (extracted from Galanthus nivalis), Lithium (from lithium sulfate monohydrate), gelatin capsule, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate

3) Does GalantaMind Work?

The formula is simple and effective. Each capsule contains vitamin B5, 200 mg choline, and 8 mg galantamine. Galantamine is an alkaloid that is created synthetically or extracted from flowers like daffodil and snowdrop. Research began in the 1950s and today it’s approved by the FDA for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. It can improve memory, awareness, and the ability to perform daily functions. It doesn’t cure Alzheimer’s, but it does help restore a balance of neurotransmitters in the brain.

The typical starting dose (8 mg) is taken once a day with meals. You may have to drink more water than usual because hydration is important. After a couple of weeks, up to 4 weeks after your first dose, doctors recommend increasing the dose to 16 mg a day (8 mg twice a day with meals). Higher doses may be necessary if your doctor believes you need more. Supplements with galantamine are usually effective in doses of 16 to 24 mg a day. Higher doses are not well tolerated and don’t tend to be more effective. Although 24 mg a day provides benefit to some people, the best dose is considered 16 mg daily.

Side effects are generally experienced by fewer than 10% of people taking galantamine supplements. The most common ones include decreased appetite, headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. It’s suggested that people start taking galantamine supplements slowly, so your body gets used to it, and so there’s a decreased chance of side effects.


4) GalantaMind Benefits & Results

  • This is a pretty good formula with careful amounts of each ingredient. The 8 mg of galantamine is a perfect amount. 200 mg of choline is also good. It may help aid visual memory and have other benefits, but its help fighting Alzheimer’s is still being researched. Depending on your diet, you may not need more than 1 capsule of GalantaMind a day. The only downside is the large amount of vitamin B5. It can boost energy levels and have other benefits, but only 5 to 10 mg a day is really necessary for basic dietary nutrition. Very high amounts of B5 can carry a risk of side effects like diarrhea.


5) GalantaMind Warnings and Precautions

  • This isn’t much of a general usage supplement. It’s best for adults over the age of 50 and those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Galantamine is used for the treatment of mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease and various other memory impairments. It might help with general cognitive function, but in general isn’t for younger people.


6) GalantaMind Price

Life Enhancement recommends a faster than normal schedule, starting with one capsule a day for the first week. Then two capsules a day for the second week, and three capsules a day for the third week if necessary. Bottles come with 90 capsules inside. This means you’ll use 21 in the first two weeks, although Life Enhancement mentions some people do well with just one capsule a day. Regardless of how often you use GalantaMind, your bottles will last over a month. Unfortunately it’s still expensive. Taking 1 a day means the price will be around the high end of the average range.


7) GalantaMind Directions

A fairly recent issue of Life Enhancement’s magazine talks about the results of a good study on the benefits of galantamine. One finding was “For each year of treatment with galantamine, the risk of ending up in a nursing home was reduced by 31%.” Galantamine is generally a safe and well tolerated way to stabilize or improve cognitive function in adults over the age of 50. Tolerance increased over time, and anyone who responded well to 12 months of treatment benefited from continuing to take galantamine. Although no study is perfect, there are enough good studies to show that galantamine has proven benefits. It can boost memory and brainpower.

Does it Work

8) Bottom Line – Does It Really Work?

GalantaMind can be expensive, so if you need something with galantamine, talk to your doctor before making a purchase. They may want to prescribe you something, although if they do, GalantaMind would be a great option. The combination of galantamine and choline with vitamin B5 can be more effective than prescription medication. Reviews and testimonials are very positive, and this can be considered the best source of galantamine on the market today. Two of GalantaMind capsules a day is an effective dose that can make a real difference in someone’s life.

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