Is Procera AVH Memory Supplement a SCAM?

Dr. Robert Heller co founder of Procera AVHLots of people are always wary, which is good, so todays question:

Is Procera a SCAM?

Well, before I answer that question, let us review some of the FACTS.

First: Procera uses 3 products in its production. All 3 ingredients have a very long history of being beneficial in improving cognitive thinking including concentration, mental alertness, mood improvement and blood circulation or stimulation.

These 3 ingredients are Acetyl-l-carnitine, Vinpocetine, and Huperzine A

Acetyl-l-carnitine?

Also know as ALC is a dietary supplement, that naturally occurs in plants and animals. You can find ALC in foods like fish and red meats in limited quanities. ALC basically works by breaking down fats in the mitochondria and generating cellular energy to the brain. It also has an antioxidant which helps protect the brain’s membrane.

Even though ALC is naturally produced by our bodies, aging causes the amount produced to decrease over time. The amount the body produces daily is still far from the recommended amount needed to help improve overall brain improvement.
Vinpocetine?Brain imaging scan for Procera

Vinpocetine or VIN is probably the most important ingredient in Procera and it is derived from the Periwinkle flower. It has a long history of helping to decrease age related brain functions like memory. It works by increasing oxygen and glucose intake to the brain.

Huperzine A?

Huperzine A  (HUP) comes from China and is derived from a club moss called Huperzia serrata. It has been of part of Chinese medicine for 100s of years and is renown for its ability to boost brain power. HUP basically works by blocking an enzyme which eats the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in the brain. Acetylcholine is vital for good brain function. HUP has been approved by FDA and deemed safe to use with no side effects.

Second: The BSI in Australia conducted a very strict double blind clinical trial which included a placebo control and randomized test. Their results were quite conclusive that Procera did what it claims and even the Journal American Nutraceutical Association reported the findings.

 

  • Improved mental vigor (more energy)
  • Improved memory recall speed
  • Improved short term and long term memory.
  • Improved concentration (better ability to focus)
  • Improved mental clarity (less brain fog)
  • Improvement in overall mood
  • Decrease in the amount of depression
  • Reversal of brain abilities from that of a 50 year old to one of a 35 years of age.

 

All very impressive results in a tightly controlled study.
Procera has proven to improve your mental and cognitive functions including both short and long term memory, concentration and alertness. There are no artificial drugs or additives in Procera. All 3 ingredients are natural and have been time tested. The only thing different is that they have now been combined to work together to create a powerful supplement that works.

I speak from experience. I take 2 pills a day and have been for the past few months. My memory improvement has been good. There has definitely been improvements, especially in my alertness. I  have more energy at night, even though I do not take in pills in the afternoon or evening.

Conclusion:  So the answer to the above question: Is Procera a SCAM?

Procera is not a scam. If you buy from the official manufacturer, you will get a quality product that should help you with your cognitive functions.

Of course, everyone has different needs and circumstances and results can vary. You should read the warnings about Procera, before buying and also contact your physician if you have preexisting medical conditions.

Procera does react unfavorably to some medications and ailments.