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Sibelius™ Sage Powder | 2.5% Rosmarinic Acid

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SKU:
ND1324
ACTIVE INGREDIENT:
Sibelius™ Sage
ITEM TYPE:
Powder
QUANTITY PER BOTTLE:
10g or 30g
SERVINGS PER BOTTLE:
50 Servings or 150 Servings
STANDARDIZATION:
Minimum 2.5% Rosmarinic Acid
SUGGESTED USE:
As a dietary supplement, take 200mg of Sibelius Sage powder twice daily.
STORAGE:
Store in a cool and dry place. Keep away from direct sunlight and heat.
WARNING:
Keep out of reach of children. Do not take this or any other supplement if under the age of 18, pregnant or nursing a baby, or if you have any known or suspected medical conditions, and/or taking prescription drugs or over the counter medications.
DISCLAIMER:
Always consult with a qualified health physician before taking any new dietary supplement. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
SCOOPS:
This product does not include a scoop. Transfer scoops are not an accurate form of measurement. A milligram scale is needed to accurately measure this product.

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Sibelius Sage Powder

What is Sibelius Sage?

Salvia officinalis is a perennial shrub with woody stems towards the base, grayish leaves, and blooms blue and purple flowers. Salvia officinalis is more commonly called Garden Sage or just simply Sage. Although it is native to the Mediterranean region, it has been naturalized in many regions all over the world. Cultural uses of Sage range in everything from culinary dishes to health practices. In prior centuries, the use of Sage was popular in various regions throughout the world and many believed there were many Sage benefits. Sage was commonly used for hair care, oral health and even balancing inflammation levels. Around the 17th century, literature surrounding cognitive Sage benefits began circulating which ultimately spurred greater interest and research into the effects Sage may have on cognitive function. For years anecdotal reports claimed that consuming Sage was correlated to greater expression of cognitive skills such as memory and attention. It wasn’t until modern research and clinical studies conducted over recent years have revealed that Sage may help promote cognitive skills and overall brain health.

Sibelius Sage Benefits and Uses

What Is Sibelius Sage?

    • May help support cognitive function
    • May help promote balanced oxidation and inflammation levels

Sibelius Sage Promotes Superior Cognition Support

Sibelius Sage is a cognitive function and memory support game changer! Sibelius Sage has demonstrated tangible efficacy through in vitro and in vivo trials with researchers concluding that Sibelius Sage notably helps promote overall cognitive function. You may be wondering what makes Sibelius Sage so much more effective than a generic Sage supplement? Compared to other Sage extracts, Sibelius Sage demonstrated an effective multi-faceted approach to supporting cognitive function. Studies revealed that Sibelius Sage impacted neurotransmitter signaling by regulating the breakdown of Acetylcholine. Additionally, notable benefits to inflammation levels and blood flow give Sibelius Sage an edge over other Sage products. 

Researchers also discovered Sibelius Sage acts on Autophagy and Lipid Homeostasis pathways which may play a significant role in supporting longevity. Sibelius Sage was also observed to regulate IL-17 (Interleukin 17), a known constituent responsible for inflammation. If that isn’t enough convincing for you, Sibelius Sage is also standardized to a minimum of 2.5% Rosmarinic acid! Rosmarinic acid is a well-known compound that plays a significant role in supporting overall cognitive function while also promoting balanced oxidation and inflammation levels! Sibelius Sage is truly the superior choice when it comes to Sage benefits for cognition.

Sibelius Sage Stacks

Balanced Inflammation and Oxidation Levels Stack: Sibelius Sage + Rephyll Beta Caryophyllene

This is a potent and bioavailable stack for balancing inflammation and oxidation levels. You may also experience benefits to joint function with this stack!

Cognitive Support Stack: Sibelius Sage + Cognizin Citicoline

This stack makes for a targeted and effective way to promote overall cognitive function!

Sibelius Sage Dosage

As a dietary supplement, take 200mg of Sibelius Sage powder twice daily.

Sibelius Sage Reviews

For more insight, read the Sibelius Sage reviews and experiences below.

Where to Buy Sibelius Sage Powder

Nootropics Depot offers 10g or 30g jars of high quality Sibelius Sage powder. Nootropics Depot’s Sibelius Sage powder has been lab-tested and verified for both product purity and identity.

Attention: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

3 Reviews

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  • Richard Sir - 4th May 2021

    5
    One of my favorites on ND - Double Ziplock bag it?

    I initially got this for an uncle who was having minor memory issues. He's experimenting with stacks so he didn't really want too much and split the powder with me. I thought this was mostly towards the older age group but wow when I took a dose it literally felt like an invisible fog was dispersing almost immediately. This was the quickest acting powder I've had on here and for once it didn't make my thought process feel weird or strong but rather fluid. Beware of clumping though. My uncle kept his in the ND container and it got dark/hard after a few weeks. Mine went on well over a month before any issue I think because he put mine in a ziplock bag. Out of fear of a spill, I put the tiny ziplock inside a bigger ziplock and put an absorbing packet with the powder. Stored in room temp drawer. I noticed whatever spilled onto the bigger bag got dark much quicker. Whenever it started to clump I would just squeeze easily with the bag (unlike a container). It's a drag but worth it for me because I love this powder - as does my uncle

  • Jeff R - 15th Apr 2021

    4
    Interesting supplement, but powder gets lumpy fast

    I took this one before bed for a few months on/off with the Natrium sleep stack, gotu kola, and magnesium glycinate. I had some pretty weird dreams the night I would take this one, and my Oura ring suggests I woke up less often on those nights. Overall, it's pretty interesting and nice for sleep, though I won't buy the powder again - it's annoying to handle when it clumps / hardens in the corners of the jar (this happened within a month or two despite the dessicant in the jar and the fairly dry winter air).

3 Reviews

  • Richard Sir - 4th May 2021

    5
    One of my favorites on ND - Double Ziplock bag it?

    I initially got this for an uncle who was having minor memory issues. He's experimenting with stacks so he didn't really want too much and split the powder with me. I thought this was mostly towards the older age group but wow when I took a dose it literally felt like an invisible fog was dispersing almost immediately. This was the quickest acting powder I've had on here and for once it didn't make my thought process feel weird or strong but rather fluid. Beware of clumping though. My uncle kept his in the ND container and it got dark/hard after a few weeks. Mine went on well over a month before any issue I think because he put mine in a ziplock bag. Out of fear of a spill, I put the tiny ziplock inside a bigger ziplock and put an absorbing packet with the powder. Stored in room temp drawer. I noticed whatever spilled onto the bigger bag got dark much quicker. Whenever it started to clump I would just squeeze easily with the bag (unlike a container). It's a drag but worth it for me because I love this powder - as does my uncle

  • Jeff R - 15th Apr 2021

    4
    Interesting supplement, but powder gets lumpy fast

    I took this one before bed for a few months on/off with the Natrium sleep stack, gotu kola, and magnesium glycinate. I had some pretty weird dreams the night I would take this one, and my Oura ring suggests I woke up less often on those nights. Overall, it's pretty interesting and nice for sleep, though I won't buy the powder again - it's annoying to handle when it clumps / hardens in the corners of the jar (this happened within a month or two despite the dessicant in the jar and the fairly dry winter air).

  • colin preston - 7th Mar 2021

    4
    Interesting

    I could tell that it had acetylcholinesterase inhibition due too the mild discomfort in lower abdominal area AChE usually give me, however nowhere near as bad as huperzine A. So i can give a recommendation if huperzine is too potent or discomforting. The effects on cognition where subtle but noticeable mind that this is anecdotal.

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