Cognex® 30 Capsules used for

States related to age, cognitive impairment and memory.

Cognex® 30 Capsules

Cognitive functions are mental processes that allow us to perform any task. They include the ability to think, concentrate, pay attention, memorize, transform, elaborate and retrieve information to function properly.

Cognitive function can begin to deteriorate naturally around of 50s. To help protect cognitive functions, it is necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle (diet, exercise, reading, memory training, etc.) and modify habits and harmful lifestyles. The loss of oxidizing homeostasis leads to increased oxidative stress, this to cell death and thus to cognitive dysfunction in aging. Turmeric can help control oxidative stress and maintain nervous system function and mental balance.

Cognex® 30 capsules is a nutraceutical product based on Theracurmin®, a bioactive turmeric extract obtained through a specific formulation process, which improves its bioavailability to obtain its maximum benefits.

Presentación Cognex



Cognex® by Laboratorios Farmolab is a food supplement that can provide a neuroprotective effect.

Certain pathologies associated with age are accompanied by a deterioration of cognitive functions, increasing neuroinflammation, and by an increased level of oxidative stress, causing cognitive deterioration, and/or dysfunction in memory and other cognitive functions.

In case of such pathologies, offering neuroprotection in order to minimise cognitive deterioration can be of great help.


NATIONAL CODE (C.N.): 197024.4
Box of 30 capsules.

Instructions for use:

It is recommended to take 1 or 2 Cognex® capsules per day with a glass of water.

A minimum of 12 months is recommended, although this product can be taken on an ongoing long-term basis.

It is suitable for gluten- and lactose-intolerant patients and diabetics.

Store in a cool and dry place, away from light, at a temperature less than 25° C. Avoid sudden changes in temperature. The expiration date is applicable to the product with the original packaging intact and properly stored. Keep out of reach of children under 3 years of age. Food supplements are not intended to replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the suggested daily dose. Do not take in case of hypersensitivity to one or more components of this product.


Theracurmin® 60mg

Is a Submicron Colloidal  Dispersion Particles of Curcuminoids and Curcuminoids. Characterised by a very high level of absorbency and bioavailability, allowing it to cross the BBB and to reach the CNS.

Cognex Evolution
Cognex cognitive evolution

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