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VIRTIVA® is a Ginkgo biloba-phosphatidylserine complex exploiting the synergy between its two nootropic agents (ginkgo and phosphatidylserine). Due to its unique phytosome-like molecular structure, VIRTIVA® is designed to improve absorption and bioavailability of Ginkgo biloba active constituents (ginkgo terpenoids and flavonoids).
Both Ginkgo biloba extract (1-3) and phosphatidylserine (4-5)  have been traditionally used to improve mental functions in young and older adults, following chronic administration.
VIRTIVA® has demonstrated acute benefits by clinically improving accuracy of memory and speed of memory task performance over the 6 hours following a single administration in young adults

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