Gaia Herbs - Gaia Kids Focus Cognitive Support - 2 fl. oz. (59 ml)
Gaia Herbs Gaia Kids Focus Cognitive Support support a healthy nervous system and nerve tissue. Gaia Herbs Kids Attention Daily Herbal Drops promote a gentle calming action Gaia Kids Focus Cognitive Support calms occasional nervous irritability, sensitivity, and excitement; relaxing muscle and nerve agitation; and calms the mind. Gaia KidsFocus Cognitive Supportcontain Gotu Kola which supports normal mental functions such as concentration, memory and alertness, along with having a relaxing affect.
- Alcohol-Free Formula
- Great Tasting!
- Supports Concentration & Focus
- Cognitive Support
- Doctor Formulated
Gaia Kids liquid extracts, oils, salves, and tonics deliver the same potent herbs as our adult formulas in an alcohol-free concentrate formulated just for kids by Dr. Mary Bove, pediatric naturopath.
FAQs What is the source of Gaia Herbs' alcohol?
Gaia Herbs uses 190-proof distilled alcohol derived from corn and wheat. Gaia also use 190-proof Certified Organic, GMO-free, corn-derived and sugarcane-derived alcohol for all products that are listed as Certified Organic in organic alcohol.
Do the products contain gluten?
There are no gluten containing ingredients in Gaia Herbs' products, with the exception of Reflux Relief (made by Aboca for Gaia Herbs), which contains Barley (listed on the label). 190 proof grain alcohol (from wheat and corn) used for extraction, is distilled and certified gluten-free by the manufacturer. The distillation process eliminates proteins (gluten is a protein). Gaia Herbs' oats (Wild Oats Milky seed) are grown on an organic farm and are not cross contaminated with any gluten containing grains, therefore they are also considered to be gluten-free. The products do not go through a gluten-free certification process.
What is Gaia Herbs' policy on GMOs?
Gaia Herbs is committed to using and supporting only non-GMO materials. Gaia never purchases GMO herbs and/or ingredients, with the exception of non-organic alcohol, which cannot be reliably procured from non-GMO crops. Gaia does a purchasing review to ensure they eliminate the possibility of "hidden" GMO's making their way into the products. Gaia uses a documented certified non-GMO source of soy lecithin, which is used as an emulsifier in some encapsulated products. All herbs propagated and grown on Gaia Herbs' farm are certified organic and therefore GMO free. The seed used in all certified organically grown crops is gathered on their own farm or produced from other certified organic growers and is GMO free. In rare instances where they cannot obtain certified organic seed, Gaia obtains seed from suppliers fully committed to non-GMO practices. Gaia also purchases as many organic and/ or ecologically harvested ingredients as possible to avoid any GMO. Gaia is currently and will continue to do everything possible to ensure that all products are non-GMO.
How long are herbal extracts good for?
Alcohol-based extracts have a 5-year expiration date, and alcohol-free extracts have a 3-year expiration date. The Liquid Phyto-Caps carry a 3-year expiration date. This is based on the date of manufacture. They do not need to be refrigerated to stay viable.
Why does Gaia sometimes extract fresh herbs and other times dried herbs?
Gaia uses fresh herbs when the compounds and actives in those herbs are best extracted fresh. Gaia looks through the windows of science and tradition to determine the best extraction method for each specific plant. Gaia Herbs conducts analytical testing of raw material prior to extraction to verify its potency and purity. Gaia has found that drying certain herbs can concentrate the active constituents, while other times certain herbs - such as Slippery Elm, lose their active principles (in this case mucilage) when dried. One of the major advantages Gaia holds is that they own and operate a 250 acre Certified Organic Farm which allows them to process fresh plant material immediately after harvest. Gaia typically extracts the following herbs when they are fresh: Wild Oats, American Skullcap, Slippery Elm, Alder bark, Marshmallow root, Burdock root, Nettle seed, Black Walnut hulls and the St. Johnswort flower buds used in oils.