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Where can Memo Plus Gold be bought in the Philippines?

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Memo Plus Gold can be bought from all major pharmacy chains in the Philippines. Since Memo Plus Gold is used as a food supplement, not a drug, one does not need a prescription to buy it over-the-counter.

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The Memo Plus Gold is also available at small pharmacies and health kiosks located at different malls. This plant-based food supplement is also made available by several online sellers. Its major distributor from the Philippines is the Davenben Enterprises Corporation. The Central Drug Research Institute of India has proven through its several clinical studies that Bacopa monniera, the main component of Memo Plus Gold, can enhance brain activity and reduce anxiety.

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