Bacopa with or without phosphatidylserine

For memory improvement is better a supplement with bacopa and phosphatidylserine or bacopa only?

Last Edited: 6 months ago
  • Mind Nutrition 0 points 6 months ago

    There is a good amount of data surrounding Phosphatidylserine and memory. Additionally, the phospholipids have been shown to improve the bioavailability of certain compounds - though not specifically Bacopa.

    These are good in combination - you can find them used together in the Neurochill formula.

    • SuppLiar 0 points 6 months ago

      Thank you for fast reply! I am confused, I would improve memory and also focus but there are:
      - Neurostim Extracts
      - Neurochill
      - Bacopa Synapsa™ Capsules

      What should I choose and why?

      • Mind Nutrition 0 points 6 months ago

        Synapsa is a great place to start for a cognitive ingredient, there is a lot of supporting research directly supporting this extract.

        Neurostim Extracts is a complex of ingredients balanced for cognitive support. There will be an updated formulation released in the Summer that will include Synapsa.

        Neurochill is a cortisol support formula primarily, one that also has cognitive benefits.

        You can also try some individual compounds such as Zynamite, Dynamine, or Theacrine, which are alternatives to caffeine with similar effects and less side-effects.

        Edited 6 months ago
        • SuppLiar 0 points 6 months ago

          Actually I am at the end of 2 week of a supplement called “memory plus” from LongLife which contains (per day dosage):
          100 mg Bacopa
          50 mg Phosphatidylserine

          And I noticed improvements, I don’t know if it is only placebo effect.
          I think I will buy Bacopa Synapsa