Mind The Gum is a supplement in the form of a chewing gum. It contains active ingredients to aid concentration and memory and to counteract mental fatigue
Niacin, thiamine, and vitamins B6 and B12 contribute to the everyday functioning of the psychological and nervous systems, while zinc aids with regular cognitive function. Niacin, riboflavin and vitamins B6 and B12 help to combat tiredness and fatigue and aid normal energy metabolism.
An innovative formulation of 15 ingredients, specifically chosen to enhance memory and concentration. Mind the Gum brings stimulants like caffeine and ginseng together with Phosphoserine and group B vitamins that contribute to the normal functioning of the nervous system.
Various studies have shown the effectiveness of chewing in increasing concentration, memory and attention.
Wilkinson L., Scholey A., Wesness K. “Chewing gum selectively improves memory in healthy volunteers.” Appetite. 2002 Tucha D, Mecklinger L, Maier K, Hammerl M, Lange KW. “Chewing gum differentially affects aspects of attention in health subjects.” Appetite. 2004 Baker JR, Benzance JB, Zellaby E, Aggleton JP. “Chewing gum can produce context-dependent effects upon memory.” Appetite. 2004
To avoid the loss of nutrients through digestion, the active components are absorbed five times faster and more efficiently under the tongue.
An Overview on: Sublingual Route for Systemic Drug Delivery. (K. Patel Nibha1 and SS. Pancholi)
This process connects information to specific tastes, smells or actions (chewing, for example), allowing our brains to recall data more easily.
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Returning to university life after an almost fatal road accident. Sitting more than twenty exams and essays in just one year. It could be something from a film script, but this is no film. This is how Mind the Gum came to be.