Stay focused throughout the day

THINK is a dietary supplement designed to support cognitive functions, such as concentration, attention, memory, and processing speed.

60 capsules = 1 month supply


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The thoroughly researched ingredients in THINK support productivity, concentration, and focus throughout the day.


Peppermint Polyphenol Extract

Our high-quality extract comes from plants cultivated and processed in the USA under certified sustainable conditions. The key components, known as polyphenols, are secondary plant compounds known for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties [1].

THINK’s extract contains more than 50 different polyphenols, with rosmarinic acid as the predominant component renowned for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, associated with enhanced cognitive performance. [2]
This extract’s effectiveness is backed by four clinical studies. An open-label pilot study and three randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies, known for their high reliability, support its benefits.

In the open-label pilot study involving older individuals, it was shown that the polyphenols were not only absorbed (i.e., bioavailable) but also led to improved attention and concentration after 30 days of daily intake [3].

In one of the double-blind studies with individuals experiencing age-related memory decline, improved memory performance and enhanced ability to fall asleep were observed in the group receiving the extract for 90 days [4].

The other two double-blind studies, conducted with young, active, and healthy participants, demonstrated that improvements in attention and a shortened reaction time could be achieved after just 30 days of intake [5, 6].


Marigold lutein extract

Our lutein and zeaxanthin come from marigold flowers grown in India cultivated under sustainable and favorable conditions. These compounds are then carefully extracted in France through rigorously controlled process to ensure the highest quality.

Both lutein and zeaxanthin are both carotenoids and, like the aforementioned polyphenols, cannot be produced by the human body. Lutein and zeaxanthin are well-known for their antioxidant properties and are often associated with positive effects on eye and brain health [7].

In randomized, double-blind, and placebo-controlled studies with our lutein/zeaxanthin, it was found that after 4 months of intake, a specific value called “macular pigment optical density” (MPOD) could be increased. This MPOD value represents the amount of lutein and zeaxanthin in the human eye and is directly related to the amount of these carotenoids in the brain. Elevated concentrations of these molecules in the brain are associated with increased processing speed, improved fluency of speech, enhanced concentration, attention, memory performance, and improved reaction time [8-10].


Zinc oxide

Zinc oxide in THINK comes from the last zinc mine in the Western world, located in Canada, where food-grade zinc is extracted. It’s in the THINK capsules as inorganic zinc oxide.

The link between zinc and a healthy brain is well-established and documented. Furthermore, zinc holds an approved Health Claim granted by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), confirming that it contributes to normal cognitive function. [11]





Take 2 capsules per day with a meal. Do not exceed the recommended dosage!
Dietary supplements should not be considered a replacement for a well-rounded and diverse diet, as well as a healthy lifestyle. Prioritizing a balanced and varied diet, along with adopting a healthy lifestyle, is crucial for overall well-being.


Tested for:
Organoleptic properties of the product
Capsule filling quantity
Lutein content
Polyphenol content
Zinc content
Beta-glucan content
Total bacterial count (aerobic)
Staphylococcus aureus
Heavy metals
Active compounds per daily dose (2 capsules)
% NRV**
Zinc (from zinc oxide)
12 mg
Polyphenol-rich extract from spearmint
900 mg
of which total polyphenols
216 mg
Lutein-rich extract from marigold
100 mg
of which lutein
10 mg

**percentage of nutrients reference values according to EU Regulation 1169/2011

60 Capsules, 41.4g per container.

green mint extract (24% polyphenols), hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, marigold extract (10% lutein), bulking agent: dicalcium phosphate, stabilizing agent: mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids, zinc oxide, separating agents: silicon dioxide, magnesium salts of fatty acids.

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3. Nieman, K.M., et al., Tolerance bioavailability and potential cognitive health implications of a distinct aqueous spearmint. Functional Foods in Health and Disease, 2015. 2015; 5(5):165-187.
4. Herrlinger, K.A., et al., Spearmint Extract Improves Working Memory in Men and Women with Age-Associated Memory Impairment. J Altern Complement Med, 2018. 24(1): p. 37-47.
5. Falcone, P.H., et al., The attention-enhancing effects of spearmint extract supplementation in healthy men and women: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel trial. Nutr Res, 2019. 64: p. 24-38.
6. Falcone, P.H., et al., Efficacy of a nootropic spearmint extract on reactive agility: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel trial. J Int Soc Sports Nutr, 2018. 15(1): p. 58.
7. Demmig-Adams, B., et al., Zeaxanthin and Lutein: Photoprotectors, Anti-Inflammatories, and Brain Food. Molecules, 2020. 25(16).
8. Bovier, E.R. and B.R. Hammond, A randomized placebo-controlled study on the effects of lutein and zeaxanthin on visual processing speed in young healthy subjects. Arch Biochem Biophys, 2015. 572: p. 54-57.
9. Bovier, E.R., L.M. Renzi, and B.R. Hammond, A double-blind, placebo-controlled study on the effects of lutein and zeaxanthin on neural processing speed and efficiency. PLoS One, 2014. 9(9): p. e108178.
10. Johnson, E.J., et al., Cognitive findings of an exploratory trial of docosahexaenoic acid and lutein supplementation in older women. Nutr Neurosci, 2008. 11(2): p. 75-83.
11. Lewis, J.E., et al., The effects of twenty-one nutrients and phytonutrients on cognitive function: A narrative review. Journal of Clinical and Translational Research, 2021.
12. Scientific Opinion on the substantiation of health claims related to zinc and function of the immune system (ID 291, 1757), DNA synthesis and cell division (ID 292, 1759), protection of DNA, proteins and lipids from oxidative damage (ID 294, 1758), mainte. EFSA Journal, 2009. 7(10).