The Most Complete Formula for Better Brain Health

10 Active Ingredients. Scientifically Researched. Nature & Science Blended.

The brain is the most complex organ in the body, which makes tracking what improves, or harms, memory and cognition difficult.

It works on a "spectrum", as many things can effect it, not one single thing.

This is also why we created a whole-brain "spectrum" formula, with 10 active ingredients, to enhance brain health and memory in multiple ways.

Perfect Ingredient #1: BCM-95
Our BCM-95®CG (US Patent No. 8859020) is patented to improve memory.
Patented Ingredients
Derived from curcuminoids extract and ar-turmerone, it has been enhanced to improve its effectiveness, while remaining safe with no side effects.

Perfect Ingredient #2: Mucuna Pruriens
Perfect Memory's high-grade mucuna pruriens naturally increases the critical neurotransmitter that enhances cognition, memory and learning.

Perfect Ingredient #3: Acetyl-L-Carnitine
Studies show our natural amino acid-derived molecule, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, provides three powerful benefits: it slows cognitive decline, increases energy and improves brain health at the celluar level.

Perfect Ingredient #4: Green Tea EGCG Catechins
Green Tea catechins have been implicated in benefiting almost every organ system in the body. It is cardioprotective, neuroprotective, anti-obesity, anti-carcinogenic, anti-diabetic, anti-artherogenic, liver protective and beneficial for blood vessel health.

EGCG is the most potent catechin. Studies demonstrate that EGCG catechins help to clear out amyloid plaques. [5]

Perfect Ingredient #5: Vitamin B12 - Methylcobalamin
Methylcobalamin (vitamin B12) is the most bioavailable form of B12. Other forms (e.g., cyanocobalamin) must be converted to methylcobalamin in a two-step process. [21]

Methylation factors, such as vitamin B12, can help prevent the atrophy of grey matter, thus preventing cognitive decline. This was discovered by a study at Oxford University, in which 156 patients with mild cognitive deficits took part. The study demonstrated that relatively simple intervention could reduce the loss of specific neurons in the medial temporal lobe.

Perfect Ingredient #6: Pharmaceutical Grade Vitamin D
Studies show our high-grade Vitamin D protects the brain from developing the toxic plaques and tangles that are associated with mental decline. [11]

Researchers in a five year study that those with poor memory had the lowest levels of vitamin D and that mental function may decline faster in older adults with low levels of vitamin D.

Perfect Ingredient #7, #8: Pharmaceutical Grade Vitamin C + E
Vascular mental decline, which is related to stroke, may be protected by the vitamins C and E in Perfect Memory.

One study found an 88% lower incidence of vascular decline for those taking C and E as used in our formula.

Perfect Ingredient #9: Pharmaceutical Grade Vitamin A
Vitamin A has been clinically shown to slow the progression of mental decline.

Research in Japan found that if patients are given vitamin A supplementation early in the course of mental decline, amyloid plaque deposits can be eliminated. [14]

Perfect Ingredient #10: Pharmaceutical Grade Vitamin K2
The Japanese have approved vitamin K2 for the treatment of osteoporosis and the journal Science reported vitamin K2 could reverse mitochondrial defects responsible for some age-related defenciencies.

Plus, higher levels of vitamin K is often linked to improved memory. The problem? Americans don't enjoy the top natural sources of Vitamin K2. Unless you are eating fermented soybeans, aged curd cheese or ghee, you are likely deficient of Vitamin K2.

Six-Month Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blind, Pilot Clinical Trial of Curcumin in Patients

A water extract of Mucuna pruriens provides long-term amelioration with reduced risk for dyskinesias.

Mucuna pruriens: Low-cost preparation method, laboratory measures and pharmacokinetics profile.

U of W researchers use antioxidant to prevent decline in rodents

A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of resveratrol

Effects of dietary supplementation with N-acetyl cysteine, acetyl-L-carnitine and S-adenosyl methionine on cognitive performance and aggression in normal mice and mice expressing human ApoE4.

Depression: A double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled pilot study of omega-3 fatty-acid supplementation

Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Early Prevention of Inflammatory Neurodegenerative Disease

Too Little Vitamin D May Hasten Mental Decline

Preventing memory loss

Vitamin A and mental decline

Curcumin and neurodegenerative diseases

Nutritional status, oxidative stress and dementia: the role of selenium

Preventing disease-related grey matter atrophy by B-vitamin treatment