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Natural Plant Solutions are excited to be launching a range of brain boosting products to revolutionise brain health.

Taken by the ancient Greeks and the Roman Legions Galantamine, in its purest botanical form has been used medicinally by humans for over 2,000 years.

Due to lack of supply Galantamine was synthesized in the 1950's. The laboratory form with its exaggerated side effects became patented by large Pharma and approved for the treatment of Alzheimer's in 2000 in the US, Europe and Asia.

In all this time, the holy grail of an affordable natural, botanical supply was sought. This is because a minimum 25% complement of botanical galantamine could reduce synthetic galantamine's accepted side effects.

Scientific studies show Galantamine works by stopping the breakdown of the chemical in the brain called Acetylcholine. This chemical is vital for the function of memory in the brain.

Our Galantamine is pure and non-synthetic.

Our mission is to bring the power of affordable natural and botanical Galantamine to the wider world for the first time.
For the benefit of everyone's brain health.
From Bulb to Brain.
from bulb to brain

We are blending the world's finest natural ingredients with Galantamine produced from our very own supply of daffodils.

Our products will be safe for long term daily consumption and will include supplements, bars, drinks and chews.

The power of natural Galantamine in our products will give everyone the chance to have a healthier brain.

From Bulb to Brain.

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About Us

We work to bring solutions to healthcare problems by utilising natural plant growing methods that reduce the cost of plant extracts and their related drugs. By doing this, we can make existing and new pharmacy compounds and food health supplements affordable to a wider base of the global healthcare population.

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Roman soldiers sometimes carried daffodil bulbs to chew on to mask pain if they were wounded. The bulbs when used topically can have a numbing effect.

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Worldwide, around 50 million people have dementia and Alzheimer's.
There are nearly 10 million new cases every year.
(Source - World Health Organisation, September 2020)

Daffodils produce Galantamine in their bulbs while growing underground. We extract this precious botanical compound directly from the bulbs.

Galantamine improves the function of nerve cells in the brain. It works by preventing the breakdown of a chemical called acetylcholine. People who have dementia have lower levels of this chemical which is important for the brain to process memory, thinking and reasoning.

In a healthy person Galantamine can help to prevent the loss of acetylcholine - protecting future brain health.

At Natural Plant Solutions our mission is to bring the benefits of natural Galantamine to everyone who wants to protect and enhance body and mind.

Galantamine works - there have been over 90 scientific studies into its effectiveness in slowing down the progression of Alzheimer's disease. Galantamine is not a cure, but it does slow down the progression of symptoms in many people.

If you would like to read more about the science behind this precious natural botanical you can find out more via the links below.

roman helmet illustration
Roman soldiers sometimes carried daffodil bulbs to chew on to mask pain if they were wounded. The bulbs when used topically can have a numbing effect.
"...assessment of the score showed that galantamine treatment was effective for maintaining the clinical state, better or unchanged, in almost 80% of the patients at 72 weeks..."
In 2015, the total global societal cost of dementia was estimated to be US$ 818 billion, equivalent to 1.1% of global gross domestic product (GDP).
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The daffodil's scientific name Narcissus comes from Greek story of a young man who pines away for the love of his own reflection and is then turned into the narcissus flower.
narcissus
The daffodil's scientific name Narcissus comes from Greek story of a young man who pines away for the love of his own reflection and is then turned into the narcissus flower.

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