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Kyolic Brain Memory Review – 6 Essential Things to Know

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

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

Last Updated:

Evidence Based | Summary | Nutrition Facts | Pros & Cons | Warnings | How To Use | Bottom Line

Brain Memory is a triple-extract dietary blend containing a combination of aged garlic extract, ginseng extract and Ginkgo Biloba to support healthy memory and cognitive function. The manufacturing process begins with 100% organic garlic that is then aged naturally through a unique process that eliminates odor and produces beneficial compounds found only in Brain Memory. It is designed and manufactured by a well-known company naming, Kyolic,  who also manufactures several other brain enhancing and nootropic supplements.


1) What is Brain Memory?

This formula was developed by Dr. David Perlmutter, M.D., a certified physician, and contains aged garlic extracts that have several nootropic effects as well as protective qualities over the brain. Other ingredients are added to this supplement to provide the brain with nutrients that also support concentration and memory. This product is said to be natural and contains no yeast, dairy products, preservatives, gluten, sugar, artificial flavors or colors.

This potential nootropic supplement contains herbs, vitamins, and other nutrients that are supposed to provide the support as to obtain a clear mental state, with a good memory, focus, thinking ability and active learning. It also helps in preventing short-term memory problems, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and several other brain disorders like dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

The main ingredient in this supplement is garlic, which is an herb that has been used for years as a medicine to treat or prevent a wide range of health disorders. It is said that this herb can help with many problems related to heart health and the circulatory system. Conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, coronary heart disease or heart attacks can be treated to some degree with garlic. Other uses include prevention of colon cancer, rectal cancer, stomach cancer and breast cancer.

Nutrition Facts

2) Brain Memory Nutrition Facts

Brain Memory includes the following ingredients: Aged Garlic Extract, Eleuthero Extract 5:1 (root), Ginkgo Biloba Extract 50:1 (leaf), Gelatin, Cellulose and Magnesium Stearate (vegetable source).

Pros & Cons

3) Brain Memory: Pros and Cons

  • Unlike most other garlic supplements in the market, Brain Memory contains naturally aged and completely odorless garlic.
  • Several health problems are addressed in this line, ranging from easing inflammation to cardiovascular support to the enhancement of concentration, focus, and memory.


4) Brain Memory Product Warnings

  • This product is not backed up by a money back guarantee or free trials.
  • The product has not been clinically tested and proven to support its claims

How To Use

5) How to Use Brain Memory

Another ingredient that is crucial to the health of the brain and is found in this supplement is called lecithin. It is actually a fat molecule that is an essential part of all the cells of the body. The primary use of lecithin is the treatment of memory disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, short and long term memory loss, learning and age-related cognitive impairment. It is also promising in the treatment of gallbladder disease, liver disease and some types of depression.

Bottom Line

6) Our Bottom Line

The product described in this article seems to be a right choice when it comes to using a supplement that supports healthy brain and helps in preventing problems or deficiencies in short and long term memory and attention disorders. The ingredients in the blend are claimed to be natural and brain specific, plus they all have a long and traditional use in addressing brain health in several ways. The affordable price of a month’s supply may be a key factor in considering this nutritional supplement.

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