According to the company's website, people who use people Prevagen (Quincy Bioscience) can "experience improved memory, a sharper mind, and clearer thinking
. However, a review of the evidence indicates that these effects are not well substantiated. In addition, the FDA has warned Quincy Bioscience in the past against claiming Prevagen could treat conditions such as head injuries and Alzheimer's disease and for failing to report adverse reactions. The FDA has also claimed that the key ingredient, apoaequorin, a synthetic protein, is not an acceptable ingredient in a dietary supplement. The FTC is also pursuing a lawsuit against the company regarding its promotion of Prevagen.
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See ConsumerLab.com's Encyclopedia of Natural Products article about Enhancing Memory and Mental Function