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Lemon Balm

You should experience an increased power of focus along with a sense of calm even in environments of known to disrupt your cool and attention.

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Lemon Balm is a potent antioxidant and scavenger of free radicals that occupy and toxify the brain following a head impact.


Neurotransmitters & Memory

Lemon Balm reduces the effect of acetylcholinesterase, reducing breakdown of acetylcholine which improves inter-brain communication and therefore memory and cognition.


Anxiety and Stress

MO has a significant anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) effect. It raises brain levels of the neurotransmitter GABA by inhibiting the enzyme GABA transaminase. This has a positive effect on mood regulation and sleep hygiene.



The active component Rosmarinic Acid in the herb encourages blood flow, which helps to keep brain cells from dying later in life but also in accelerated moments of toxicity like following head trauma. The result is that your brain is stimulated, memories continue to form, and brain fog is eliminated.



Lemon Balm has never been recorded to have been combined with the other specific 5 herbal components included in the CONKA formula. For the first time CONKA scientific trials have monitored the synergistic enhancing effect it has on the other components and the human brain.

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How does Lemon Balm Work in the Brain?


Active components include:


1. Eugenol is an antioxidant 5-times more potent than the active component found in Vitamin E. This improves your body’s natural healing processes by eliminating free radicals that build up when you are fatigued and particularly following a head impact.


MO also helps increase levels of your body’s most powerful built-in antioxidants, dismutase and glutathione peroxidase.

2. Rosmarinic Acid promotes an anti-depressant effect in your brain by up-regulating brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), along with supporting dopamine synthesis.

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