The mechanism by which Huperzine A supports cognitive function, memory, and overall mental well-being is both well-documented and easy to explain. Huperzine A inhibits the creation of acetylcholinesterase; an enzyme responsible for the breakdown of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. The absence of this enzyme means more acetylcholine is available for use in the brain, which means improved focus, enhanced memory function, and more efficienct brain cell maintenance.
While it does have multiple nootropic properties, the main way that greater acetylcholine benefits you is by improving memory function.
This is all very well documented in the scientific literature. Clinical trials in China have shown that Huperzine A “significantly improved memory deficits in older people with benign senescent forgetfulness, and patients with Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia”, all without any unwanted side effects or toxicity. In short, a must for any memory enhancer.