Himalaya Herbal Healthcare, MindCare, 200 ml (Discontinued Item)
- For Mental Alertness
- Clinically Proven Herbal Formula
- Bacopa • Gotu Kola • Ashwagandha
- Herbal Supplement
MindCare is a clinically researched mental fitness formula which helps students with their academic performance. It also helps professionals minimize normal cognitive deficits associated with aging. MindCare helps with occasional forgetfulness and mental fatigue.
Recommendation: Children: 1 teaspoonful twice per day. Adults: 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls, 2 to 3 times per day, preferably with meals.
Shake well before use.
Sugar, purified water, glycerin, sodium citrate, citric acid, sodium benzoate, pineapple flavor.
Caution: Keep out of direct light and out of the reach of children.
|Serving Size: 10 ml (two teaspoons)|
|Servings per container: 20|
|Amount per serving||% Daily Value|
|Proprietary herbal extract blend
bacopa (whole plant), gotu kola (whole plant), ashwagandha (root), dwarf morning glory (whole plant), jatamansi (rhizome), Indian valerian (rhizome), vidanga (fruit), almond (seed), chebulic myrobalan (fruit rind), amla (fruit), Indian tinospora (stem), celastrus (fruit), oroxylum (bark), velvet bean (seed), cardamom (fruit), arjuna (bark), fennel (seed), finger-leaf morning glory (tuber), ginger (rhizome), belleric myrobalan (fruit rind), nutmeg (nut), clove (flower bud)
|♦Daily Value not established.|
This is hands down the best brain formula I have ever used. It even beats Dragon Herbs 'Diamond Mind' drops. It's packed with the great herbs bacopa, gotu kola and ashwangandha, and many other ayurvedic herbs. I'm a lawyer so am always interested in supplements that keep me focused, productive and recharged. This formula has the benefit of being fully rounded: it relaxes my brain (feels like its been massaged) but at the same time keeps the energy flowing. Other formulas I've tried make me sleepy, or else stimulate me too much. Plus, it tastes nice too, so great to add in some warm water and sipped through the day. The final benefit is that it is so cheap.
Posted by Reviewer1783972 on Jun 12, 2013
I play chess better and feel something a little different for the better also. I'm still experimenting with the dosage and am about to double it to twice a day.
Posted by Reviewer2134148 on May 07, 2013
Pleasant and medicinal taste but too soon to know its efficacy on cognition
Probably works but dont use if any hint of seizures!!
Posted by Reviewer1620513 on Oct 05, 2012
My son has ADHD and has recently had a few seizures whilst playing computer games. After investigation they concluded that being on ritalin has lowered his threshold for having seizures although he is probably not an epileptic per se. he hadnt had any for a while so i forgot about them. I thought I'd give him this to help with his concentration and within 12 hours he had a seizure without any obvious reason/stimulus. Have discontined the Mindcare and no repeat so far. I was probably dumb not to realise the implications beforehand. Having said all that, my husband had a heavy dose of chemo a few years back and ever since has sufferred from brain fuzz and poor memory. He has been taking mindcare and says he notices a definite sharpening of his cognitive processing a few hours after taking it.
For my ADHD son
Posted by 5305110237221461054 on Oct 03, 2012
I hope Himalaya can help my kid
Pleasant tangy taste, but less cost effective
Posted by happyherbs on Jun 30, 2012
I've tried this as an alternative to Himalaya's Bacopa tablets, and find a similar kind of cognitive enhancing and anxiolytic effect (vs Asperger's/Grave's/hormonal fuzzybrain), though not quite as strong. Overall I find that the Bacopa pills are far more cost effective as this bottle doesn't last too long, but product could be good for dosing children as I found it quite tasty and easy to take. I've found that with the Bacopa pills that taking them long term without breaks seems to make my stomach hurt(which is strange since its also used to treat stomach ulcers!) - this product seems to be kinder on the stomach so thats a plus, and I may try alternating the two.