Wise & Bright

Supports mental clarity and concentration. Improves cognitive performance, memory recall and learning ability.

Purchase any two items, get your choice of free Mushroom powder.


A consciously created plant-active blend of Brahmi, Gingko, Gotu Kola and Rosemary.

Memory recall:Ginkgo and Brahmi help improve memory recall.

Cognitive performance:Brahmi improves cognitive performance and supports concentration and focus.

Brain health:Brahmi helps promote short term memory, learning ability and information processing.

Intelligence and wisdom:Gotu Kola is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to help promote mental clarity, intelligence and wisdom.

Rejuvenating tonic: Gotu Kola is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as a rejuvenating tonic and to enhance brain health.

Blood circulation support:Ginkgo helps maintain healthy blood circulation.


Adult Dosage

Take two capsules daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Active Ingredients

Each capsule contains:

Bacopa monnieri (Brahmi)whole plant ext. dry, cone. stand 150 mg.

Derived from min. dry 3 g.

Equiv. bacosides calculated as bacoside A 67.5 mg.

Ginkgo biloba (Ginkgo)leaf ext. dry. cone. stand. 60 mg.

Derived from min. dry 3 g.

Equiv. ginkgo flavon glycosides 14.4 mg.

Equiv. ginkgolides and bilobalide 3.6 mg.

Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola)leaf ext. dry. conc. 150 mg.

Derived from dry 1.5 g.

Rosmarinus officinafis (Rosemary)leaf ext. dry. conc. 50 mg.

Derived from dry 250 mg.

No added gluten, dairy, lactose, soy, egg, artificial colours or artificial flavours. Vegan friendly.

Contains sulfites.

Non-Active Ingredients

Also contains the following excipients:

  • Maltodextrin (from corn).
  • Stearic acid (from sustainable palm).
  • Capsule shell: hypromellose (from softwood trees), water and processing aids (disodium edetate, gellan gum & potassium acetate).

Excipient Explanation

These processing aids are used to help create the capsule shell, however are not present in the final product, or only in trace amounts.

We have had to use a small amount of vegan amino acid leucine and colloidal anhydrous silica to prevent the dry herbs clumping together, helping to get them into the capusle shells in a consistent dose for you. Although silica is one of the most naturally abundant minerals on Earth, we need to use a synthesised version in medicine manufacturing to guarantee purity.

Health Warnings

Talk to an Ayurvedic practitioner/health professional if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you.

Contains sulfites.


Ginkgo and Gotu Kola sourced from China.Brahmi sourced from India.Rosemary sourced from Europe.

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Ginkgo biloba

Native to China and now grown throughout the world, it is revered for its beautiful fan-shaped leaves and edible seeds.

Having no living relatives, it is believed to be biologically one of world’s oldest living tree species, earning it the name “living fossil”. It is also a dioecious, meaning there are both male and female trees.

Its botanical name is derived from the Chinese word ginkyo meaning ‘silver apricot’, which refers to the fruit’s silver bloom, and the seed’s size and appearance resembling a small apricot.

This plant can be used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to:

  • Promote healthy blood circulation
  • Invigorate blood
  • Promote the flow of blood

The Chinese culture has admired the ginkgo tree for centuries. Its prominent fruit is considered a delicacy for food and medicinal purpose. It’s been revered as a sacred plant and as such, nicknamed by the Chinese as the Ancestor Tree, Buddha’s Fingernail Tree and Eyes of the Cosmic Spirit Tree. It was also a tributary item offered to the Imperial Court, to be used in the Emperor’s banquets.


Bacopa monnieri

Brahmi is native to India, but due to its widespread availability across the globe, it is often recognised by different names including, Water Hyssop, Herb of Grace and Indian Pennywort. It is a perennial, small creeping succulent and water-loving herb.

Brahmi is the Sanskrit name for the herb and originates from the Hindu god Brahma. Divinity responsible for all of the creative forces in the world, Brahma is also referred to as the ‘cosmic consciousness’, leading to the association of learning, memory and concentration.

Often revered as the herbal star of traditional Ayurvedic Medicine, the whole plant can be used for many purposes.

Traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to:

  • Support cognitive function
  • Enhance cognitive performance
  • Improve memory recall
  • Maintain brain health
  • Support mental clarity and intelligence
  • Support the nervous system

Brahmi was used to increase concentration and devotion to support spiritual practice.

Gotu Kola

Centella asiatica

Native to India, this perennial is distinguished by its low growing, cupped leaves which are used for both food and medicinal use.

A member of the parsley family, the fan-shaped leaves with its frilled edges and whitish veins are sometimes compared to the left and right hemispheres of the brain.

Gotu Kola is an example of the ancient practice called doctrine of signatures. Based on the belief that various physical features of a plant is directly linked to the plant’s affinity in the human body.

Traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as a rejuvenating brain tonic (medhya) and to:

  • Improve memory and cognition
  • Promote mental clarity, intelligence and wisdom.

Regarded highly in Ayurvedic Medicine as a rejuvenative tonic. it is traditionally used to help bring balance to all three of the Ayurvedic body types, vata, pitta, and kapha.


Salvia rosmarinus

Native to the Mediterranean region, this woody, fragrant perennial is now widely available all over the world as a culinary condiment, medicinal benefits and fragrance properties.

Rosemary is a member of the mint family Lamiaceae, along with many other herbs, such as Oregano, Thyme, Basil and Lavender.Its botanical name, Rosmarinus, is derived from the Greek word ros and marinus meaning ‘dew of the sea’, drawing on its Mediterranean origins.

Enriched with meaning from folklore, this herb has been used to celebrate weddings, grieve at funerals and act as a token of remembrance on ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day in Australia, due to its growth on the Gallipoli peninsula.

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