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Mem-Plex Review – Is it Effective?

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

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

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Evidence Based | Summary | Nutrition Info | Health Benefits | Warnings | Cost | Dosing | Conclusion

Mem-Plex is a dietary supplement marketed to provide a superior blend of super-potent, neuro-protective ingredients in a formula designed to ensure optimum brain health. According to the manufacturer, the formula works by supporting neurotransmitter production and function, boosting blood flow to the brain and hence ensuring superior neuro-protection.

The product is recommended for adults who wish to combat the effects of age related cognitive decline or who simply want the mental energy and sharpness needed to complete their daily jobs.

The company which offers Mem-Plex is Uniscience Group, a manufacturer of doctor formulated nutritional supplements. Product range includes remedies for heart and cardiovascular system, joint health, vision health, sleep aid, sexual health or a variety of multivitamins. Each product is offered a 1 full year money back guarantee. The company offers a toll free number where customers can further inquire on product details.


1) What is Mem-Plex?

Mem-Plex is a combination of herbal ingredients, vitamins and other nutrients designed to provide optimal brain health and performance.

The formula contains Vinpocetine, a chemical resembling a substance extracted from the periwinkle plant Vinca minor. Vinpocetine has been researched and shown to dilate blood vessels, enhance circulation in the brain and improve oxygen utilization. It can easily cross the blood brain barrier and may have antioxidant properties. Vinpocetine is considered safe, but can cause some side effects such as stomach pain, sleep disturbances, nausea, headache, nervousness and dizziness.

Bacopa Monnieri is an important in Ayurvedic medicine and has been used for several thousands of years in India especially. It is considered diuretic, nervous and heart tonic, cerebral activator, anti-asthmatic, anti-epileptic, anti-ulcer, antispasmodic, anti-allergic, anti-depressant and anti-oxidant. Regular intake of Bacopa Monnieri tea is believed to improve learning ability and reasoning capacity in both children and adults.

There are no Mem-Plex side effects or precautions mentioned by the manufacturer, nor are there any consumer reviews available.

Nutrition Info

2) Ingredients of Mem-Plex

Mem-Plex includes the following ingredients: Phosphatidylcholine, CDP Choline, Vinpocetine, Wild Blueberry Powder, Pantothenic Acid (B5), Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Folic Acid, N-Acetyl Cysteine, Bacopa Monnieri, Perluxan, Rosemary, Ginger, Dicalcium phosphate, Microcrystalline cellulose, Stearic acid, Croscamellose sodium, Magnesium stearate, and Silicon dioxide.

Some quality nootropics like Focus Factor use vinpocetine as a supporting ingredient to more powerful brain boosters.

3) Does Mem-Plex Work?

Advertised as a product that includes all the ingredients found in the market for memory boost, Mem-plex Brain, and Memory is recommended for people with memory deficits. This product contains Vinpocetine. Evidence has shown that Vinpocetine is derived from vincamine which is an alkaloid found in the periwinkle plants. The reasons people have introduced this ingredient into clinical practice in Europe is the role it plays in cerebrovascular disorders and related symptoms. Some of the qualities that this periwinkle extract may have are: dilating blood vessels, crossing the blood-brain barrier (BBB), enhancing circulation in the brain, making red blood cells pliable and inhibiting aggregation of platelets. The effects can be observed within an hour and a half after ingestion. However, the usage of Vinpocetine may lead to some side-effects, including pain, nausea sleep disturbances, headache, dizziness, and nervousness.

Another ingredient found Mem-plex Brain and Memory is CDP-choline, which stands for cytidine 5-diphosphocholine. It represents an intermediate found in the biosynthesis of membrane phospholipids and brain acetylcholine. CPD-choline has been approved in Europe and Japan as beneficial when it comes to strokes, Parkinson’s disease as well as other neurological problems. Some studies show that CPD-choline also has a role in making phosphatidylcholine in human brain cell membranes of older individuals and may improve mental performances in Alzheimer’s patients or elderly with memory deficits. Usage of choline is related to some side effects such as headaches, nausea, diarrhea or blurred vision.

There are no sufficient online testimonials to prove the Effectiveness or not- Effectiveness of this product.

Health Benefits

4) Mem-Plex Health Benefits

  • 1-year money-back guarantee
  • Main ingredients researched and proven effective in some regards

5) Mem-Plex Product Warnings

  • Lack of consumer testimonials
  • No warnings about potential drug interactions, precautions or side effects
  • Some ingredients are not tested for safety for certain categories of people such as pregnant and nursing women

6) How Much Does Mem-Plex Cost?

Sold by bottles containing 30 capsules, Mem-plex Brain and Memory is a reasonable priced product when bought in larger quantities and an expensive one when bought by only one bottle. A bottle is sufficient for a month treatment. The product is available for purchase on manufacturer website as well as other online retailers.


7) Mem-Plex Serving Size

Recommended dosage is 2 tablets taken with a meal.


8) Conclusion

Mem-Plex works to provide optimal brain health and neuro protection, so that age related memory and cognitive function decline is prevented. The core ingredients (Vinpocetine, Bacopa, Phosphatidylcholine, B-Complex vitamins and other vitamins) have been subject to clinical research or have traditionally been used to treat conditions affecting certain brain related issues.

Still, there are no consumer reviews or other evidence to support the formula’s effectiveness in this particular combination. Also, there are no side effects mentioned by the manufacturer, although separately the ingredients have sometimes caused unwanted effects. To conclude, we believe that a healthcare provider’s opinion would be a wise decision prior to beginning use.

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Zachary A. Malone

the price it’s ok and the effect is awesome.