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About Bacopa

“The Sanskrit word for Bacopa is Brahmi, derived from “Lord Brahma – The Creator.” Over 3000 years of Ayurvedic research has shown the role of Bacopa extract in promoting Medhya (intellect), Ayushya (longevity), Rasayana (rejuvenation), among many other benefits, including supporting memory, concentration, and stress and anxiety. Bacopa extract is also considered a Medhyarasayana (nootropic herb) in Ayurveda. Bacopa extract contains a class of active compounds called bacosides (mixture of bacoside A3, bacopaside I, bacopaside II, bacopaside X, and bacopasaponin C) responsible for several health benefits.”

Enhanced Brain Health with B-Lit Bacopa by Samriddh Nutractive.

B-lit Bacopa is a highly potent bacopa monnieri extract with Samriddh Nutractives’s proprietory Bio Enhanced Active Technology (BEAT Tech). BEAT Tech is a unique formulation technology, completely solvent free and uses food grade excipients to enhance absorption and bioavailability.

Validated with one of the most comprehensive study on Bacopa, B-Lit Bacopa has shown to support holistic brain health encompassing cognitive and emotional wellness. A series of battery tests and biomarkers have shown B-Lit Bacopa’s role in supporting memory, focus and concentration, stress and anxiety, and quality of sleep. B-Lit Bacopa is a perfect example of bridging revered traditional knowledge and modern science to bring the best  of nature for a safe and healthier lifestyle.

B-Lit Bacopa key benefits.

Improved memory across multiple domains –
B-Lit Bacopa has proven its effectiveness in enhancing short-term and long-term memory by increasing the serum BDNF levels. These results affirm its potential to enhance overall cognitive well-being, making it a holistic solution for cognitive health.

Enhanced focus and concentration –
Unlock sharper focus and heightened concentration with B-Lit Bacopa, backed by clinical trials showcasing reduced error rates and amplified correct responses from day one. Ideal for students, professionals, and sports enthusiasts seeking peak performance enhancement.

Reduced stress and anxiety –
Experience a sense of calm and resilience as B-Lit Bacopa helps lower serum cortisol levels and acts on neurotransmitters to alleviate stress and anxiety.

Improved sleep quality –
Quality sleep is foundational to cultivating a healthier and more robust lifestyle. Enjoy better sleep quality and wake up refreshed with B-Lit Bacopa. Embrace each day feeling rejuvenated.

Improved alertness, reasoning and mental flexibility – 

B-Lit Bacopa the ultimate cognitive enhancer. Designed to ignite alertness, elevate reasoning, and enhance mental flexibility, this product is a promising solution for experts in every field.

Cognitive Enhancement: Bacopa Monnieri Extract Benfits in support memory, focus, and concentration, and mental clarity, making it an optimal choice for those aiming to improve cognitive function naturally.

Adaptogenic Properties: Bacopa Monnieri extract is renowned for its adaptogenic properties and is clinically validated to support stress, anxiety, and overall balance.

Improved Memory: B-Lit Bacopa Extract, an adaptogenic herb, is clinically validated to support short-term and long-term memory, enhancing recall and cognitive capabilities. Thus we can also say that the potential Bacopa Extract Benefits, includes enhanced cognitive function, stress reduction, and overall mental well-being.

Overall Wellness: Bacopa Monnieri Extract benefits not only boosts cognitive functions but also contributes to overall mental and physical well-being.

Why Choose Bacopa Extract by Samriddh Nutractive?

Samriddh Nutractive, a trusted supplier and manufacturer of wellness solutions, is renowned for its premium Bacopa monnieri extract. The innovative B-Lit Bacopa extract is meticulously sourced and manufactured with rigorous analysis at each step to ensure highest standards of quality and safety. Opt for Samriddh Nutractive’s Bacopa monnieri extract to enhance and differentiate your products in the market.

For Improved Memory Across Multiple Domains

For Enhanced Focus & Concentration

For Reduced Stress & Anxiety

For Improved Sleep Quality

For Alertness, Reasoning & Mental Flexibility

Publications

B-Lit Bacopa publication details

Effect of Bacopa monnieri Extract on Memory and Cognitive Skills in Adult Humans: A
Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study

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Mohan Muttanahally Eraiah, Harshith Chandra Shekhar Et al

OUR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

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Introducing our revolutionary Bio Enhanced Active Technology (BEAT) –Traditional herbal compounds have long been celebrated for their health benefits, but unlocking their full potential in the body has been hindered by poor absorption and low bioavailability. Enter BEAT – Our natural, food-grade, and solvent-free encapsulating technology which makes B-Lit Bacopa highly efficacious and waterdispersible. Ultimately, supporting enhanced absorption, optimized efficacy, and improved bioavailability for maximum impact on your health and well-being

Health benefits of consuming herbal compounds have been recognized for ages. Unlocking their benefits in the body has been a major challenge due to poor absorption and low bioavailability. BEAT is a natural, aqueous and solvent free food grade encapsulating technology. This innovative technology makes Bacopa more bioavailable in the body by making it water dispersible. The enhanced bioavailability provides an optimized absorption profile and sustained release.

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MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF BACOPA EXTRACT IN NEURAL HEALTH​​

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Boosts Memory

Reduces MDA, Inhibits COMT

Neuroprotection

Inhibits Acetylcholinesterase and β-Amyloid protein

Prevents Neurodegeneration

Increases mitochondrial activity, Reduces creatinine kinase

Anti-oxidant

Boosts Antioxidant Activity, Reduces Lipid Peroxidation, Enhances Synaptic Activity

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Boosts Memory

Reduces MDA: Malondialdehyde destroys tissues over the period of time and is also responsible for aging. Free radicals generate the lipid peroxidation process in an organism. MDA is one of the final products of polyunsaturated fatty acids peroxidation in the cells. An increase in free radicals causes overproduction of MDA. MDA level in the body is commonly used as a marker of oxidative stress.

Prevents Neurodegeneration

Increases mitochondrial activity: Known as the “powerhouses of the cell,” mitochondria produce the energy necessary for the cell’s survival and functioning. Brain function is highly energy demanding and mitochondria serve as the primary producers of ATP to meet the high energy requirements of individual neurons.

Inhibits COMT: Catechol-O-Methyltransferase an enzyme that destroys neurotransmitter dopamine involved in memory and mood. COMT inhibitors are a class of medications that doctors use in clinic to treat various neurological diseases including Parkinson’s disease.

Reduces creatinine kinase: Creatine kinase enzyme present in greatest amounts in skeletal muscle, myocardium, and brain. Elevated CK levels may indicate skeletal muscle, heart or brain damage or degeneration.

Neuroprotection

Inhibits Acetylcholinesterase: Acetylcholinesterase (AchE) is an enzyme found in brain that breakdown acetylcholine which is a neurotransmitter. AchE inhibitors are used to treat neurodenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease.

Anti-oxidant

Boosts Antioxidant Activity: Bacopa acts as an antioxidant, defending against cell damage. Found in foods and supplements, antioxidants like Bacopa help prevent harm caused by free radicals.

Inhibits β-Amyloid protein: The amyloid-beta protein in a corrupted from during old age destroy nerve cells, leading to the loss of thought and memory in Alzheimer’s disease (reduced cognition).

Reduces Lipid Peroxidation: Bacopa lowers lipid peroxidation in the brain, safeguarding cells from damage and deterioration. This process prevents the degradation of cell membrane lipids, promoting cell survival.

Enhances Synaptic Activity: Bacopa improves synaptic activity, enhancing communication between brain cells. This enhancement is vital for regulating body processes and functions controlled by the brain.

MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF BACOPA EXTRACT IN NEURAL HEALTH​​

Boosts Memory

Reduces MDA, Inhibits COMT

Neuroprotection

Inhibits Acetylcholinesterase and β-Amyloid protein

Prevents Neurodegeneration

Increases mitochondrial activity, Reduces creatinine kinase

Anti-oxidant

Boosts anti-oxidant,
Reduces lipid peroxidation,
Enhances synaptic activity

Boost Memory

Reduces MDA: MDA destroys tissues over the period of time and is also responsible for aging. Free radicals generate the lipid peroxidation process in an organism. Malondialdehyde (MDA) is one of the final products of polyunsaturated fatty acids peroxidation in the cells. An increase in free radicals causes overproduction of MDA. MDA level in the body is commonly used as a marker of oxidative stress.

Inhibits COMT:  Catechol-O-Methyltransferase an enzyme that destroys neurotransmitter dopamine involved in memory and mood. COMT inhibitors are a class of medications that doctors use in clinic to treat various neurological diseases including Parkinson’s disease.

Neuroprotection

Inhibits Acetylcholinesterase: Acetylcholinesterase (AchE) is an enzyme found in brain that breakdown acetylcholine which is a neurotransmitter. AchE inhibitors are used to treat neurodenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease

Inhibits β-Amyloid protein: The amyloid-beta protein in a corrupted from during old age destroy nerve cells, leading to the loss of thought and memory in Alzheimer’s disease (reduced cognition).

Prevents Neurodegeneration

Increases mitochondrial activity: Known as the “powerhouses of the cell,” mitochondria produce the energy necessary for the cell’s survival and functioning. Brain function is highly energy demanding and mitochondria serve as the primary producers of ATP to meet the high energy requirements of individual neurons.

Reduces creatinine kinase: Creatine kinase enzyme present in greatest amounts in skeletal muscle, myocardium, and brain. Elevated CK levels may indicate skeletal muscle, heart or brain damage or degeneration.

Anti-oxidant

Boosts Antioxidant Activity: Bacopa acts as an antioxidant, defending against cell damage. Found in foods and supplements, antioxidants like Bacopa help prevent harm caused by free radicals.

Reduces Lipid Peroxidation: Bacopa lowers lipid peroxidation in the brain, safeguarding cells from damage and deterioration. This process prevents the degradation of cell membrane lipids, promoting cell survival.

Enhances Synaptic Activity: Bacopa improves synaptic activity, enhancing communication between brain cells. This enhancement is vital for regulating body processes and functions controlled by the brain.

HEALTH BENEFITS OF BACOPA

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Improves Learning ability

Speed and flexibility with which we acquire, and are able to apply, new knowledge and skills

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Improves Working memory

Working memory is a cognitive system with a limited capacity that can hold information temporarily. It is important for reasoning and the guidance of decision-making and behavior

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Improves Short-term verbal memory

reflects the ability to hold information as “active” or available in one's mind for a brief amount of time

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Improves Cognition

Mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience, and the senses

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Improves Attention

Process of selectively concentrating on a discrete aspect of information

happiness

Improves mood and reduces stress and anxiety

Cortisol (otherwise known as the stress hormone) is made in the adrenal glands.

artificial-intelligence

Improves Learning ability

Speed and flexibility with which we acquire, and are able to apply, new knowledge and skills

light-bulb

Improves Working memory

Working memory is a cognitive system with a limited capacity that can hold information temporarily. It is important for reasoning and the guidance of decision-making and behavior

brainstorm

Improves Short-term verbal memory

reflects the ability to hold information as “active” or available in one's mind for a brief amount of time

cognitive

Improves Cognition

Mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience, and the senses

brain

Improves Attention

Process of selectively concentrating on a discrete aspect of information

happiness

Improves mood and reduces stress and anxiety

Cortisol (otherwise known as the stress hormone) is made in the adrenal glands.

B-Lit Bacopa publication details

Effect of Bacopa monnieri Extract on Memory and Cognitive Skills in Adult Humans: A
Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study

View Publication

Mohan Muttanahally Eraiah, Harshith Chandra Shekhar Et al

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FAQs

Traditionally in Ayurvedic medicine Bacopa monnieri extract benefits - brain health, memory, and stress reduction. The advanced formulation of B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa monnieri extract) provides a modern approach to harnessing these benefits, offering individuals a safe and effective dietary supplement for enhancing memory, focus & concentration, stress reduction, sleep quality, alertness and mental flexibility in the modern world.

Yes, B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa extract) is clinically validated and the research offers meticulous insights into the efficacy over a 12-week period with a dosage of 300mg/day. The effects of B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa extract) in healthy adults were significant acute and chronic results that showed B-Lit Bacopa(Bacopa extract) as a highly efficacious supplementation in improving memory, focus & concentration, supporting to reduce stress & anxiety and supporting to improve sleep quality, and modulating serum cortisol and BDNF levels when compared to placebo. Overall, these findings show B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa extract) as a promising natural intervention for maintaining cognitive and emotional health of a well-being.

The key findings of B-Lit Bacopa(Bacopa extract) from the clinical study are:

  1. Reduced Stress and Anxiety:
    • Notable decrease in serum cortisol levels by Day 28, fostering a calm mind.
  2. Improved Focus and Concentration:
    • Immediate enhancement observed from Day 1, sustained over 12 weeks for cognitive optimization.
  3. Enhanced Mental Flexibility, Alertness, and Reasoning:
    • Dynamic trio of adaptive thinking, alertness, and reasoning observed within 12 weeks, enhancing overall cognitive capabilities.
  4. Enhanced Memory Across Domains:
    • Foundation for cognitive well-being by Day 28, with sustained benefits.
    • Benefits in verbal, working, visio-spatial, spatial, and episodic memory tasks.
  5. Improved Quality of Sleep:
    • Significant uplift in sleep quality by Day 28, lasting through 12 weeks for overall well-being and vitality.

In essence, B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa extract) demonstrates efficacy in reducing stress, enhancing focus, mental flexibility, and memory across various domains, while also improving the quality of sleep.

No, The clinical study conducted on B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa monnieri extract) found no adverse effects, affirming its safety for human consumption. Participants experienced no detrimental reactions during the trial period, indicating a favorable safety profile. B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa monnieri extract) considered as reliable and low-risk option for those interested in cognitive support.

Yes, B-Lit Bacopa's (Bacopa extract) testing includes biomarkers such as serum BDNF and serum cortisol, crucial for assessing cognitive and emotional health impacts. It enhances BDNF, vital for neuronal growth, and reduces serum cortisol levels, promoting better sleep quality and emotional stability. Over 12 weeks, B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa extract) showcases significant improvements in both biomarkers, affirming its positive influence on cognitive function and stress management.

Yes, B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa extract) is rigorously tested according to the standards set by the United States Pharmacopeia (USP). This ensures that it meets stringent quality and purity requirements. B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa extract) is standardized to contain high levels of bacosides, verified through High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC). B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa extract) ensures quality, efficacy, and safety, meeting the expectations of discerning consumers seeking trustworthy supplements for cognitive and emotional well-being.

B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa extract) is formulated by using Samriddh’s proprietary BEAT Tech (Bio Enhanced Active Technology), a natural, solvent-free, and food-grade encapsulating technology. This innovative technology enhances water-dispersibility and optimizes  absorption, maximizing the benefits.

B-Lit Bacopa monnieri extract benefits towards enhancing focus, reaction times, and decision-making skills crucial for gaming performance. Its adaptogenic nature also offers stress relief, promoting composure during intense gaming sessions.

B-Lit Bacopa monnieri extract benefits- extend to improving focus, memory, and learning. It may also help improve correct responses, alertness, mental flexibility and reduce error rates which is common in sports. Hence, B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa monnieri extract) stands as a neuroprotective supplement for sports enthusiasts.

Yes, B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa monnieri extract) is suitable for adults of all ages and lifestyles. Whether you're looking to sharpen your cognitive abilities, manage stress more effectively, or support emotional resilience, B-Lit Bacopa offers natural and safe support for a wide range of individuals
Absolutely! B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa monnieri extract) is designed for convenient daily use, providing comprehensive cognitive support. Whether you're a student, professional, or simply seeking to optimize brain health, incorporating B-Lit Bacopa into your routine is a simple and effective way to boost mental performance.
Yes, B-Lit Bacopa (Bacopa extract) is suitable for both vegetarians and vegans. The formulation of BLit Bacopa does not contain any animal-derived ingredients, making it a plant-based supplement suitable for individuals following vegetarian or vegan lifestyles. The capsules or tablets used to deliver B-Lit Bacopa are typically made from vegetarian-friendly materials, ensuring compatibility with plant-based diets while providing the desired cognitive and emotional health benefits.

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