Contains: Astragalus membranaceus, Salix alba
Curcumin is the primary bioactive substance of Tumeric and is widely acknowledged as the strongest anti-inflammatory herb for its antioxidant, antiseptic, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties.
By using long-duration heat, cane alcohol, and deep ocean minerals, we are able to provide a high bioavailable curcumin product. (7) We include it here because of its ability to help manage some of a
virus's worst symptoms.*
Relieve pain naturally (8)
Ease symptoms caused by harmful inflammation and speed up healing. (9)
Reduce headaches and migraines. (10)
Treat a host of ailments including depression, arthritis, Alzheimers, diabetes, high cholesterol, and PMS (WebMD)
Contains: Curcuma Longa (Fresh Organic Tumeric Root)
The principal action of COGNIlace is in modulating the Integrated Stress Response (ISR) by modulating the PERK pathways that induce the sustained PERK signaling associated with chronic or severe endoplasmic reticulum (ER) insults. Imbalances in ER proteostasis can propagate to extracellular environments through the secretion of proteins in non-native conformations that accumulate as toxic oligomers and aggregates associated with proteotoxicity in etiologically diverse protein aggregation diseases, including many amyloid diseases.
Contains: Astragulus membracanus, Salvia miltiorrhiz, Radic Paoenia rubras, Polygonum multiflorum, Dryobalanops aromatica (Borneal), Callus spatholobi and Cinnamomum vera.
Telemax - Longevity formula for your DNA, so you (Do Not Age) is a telomerase-creating natural plant extract that not only stops the degradation of telomeres but rebuilds them and reverses cellular senescence (cell death). Youthful cells create youthful vitality.
Telomeres are like the plastic tips on shoelaces, as they keep chromosome ends from tangling and fraying. When we are born, our telomeres are at their longest. With age and accumulated exposures to various sources of oxidative stress throughout our lifetimes, telomeres gradually shorten, until the cell cannot replicate. This process is a direct factor of aging.
• Eliminates the symptoms of brain fog
• Boosts metabolic efficiency
• Inhibits free radical formation.
• Decreases inflammation.
BRAINfactor is uniquely extracted using organic cane alcohol and the fruit of the coffee plant. In this extraction, all of the important hydrophobic components are extracted and produced from previously unused fruit portions of the coffee plant.
Contains: Coffee fruit (Coffea arabica).
SOLIDsleep is a Phytotherapeutic Extraction of Valerian (Valeriana officinalis), Magnolia Bark (Magnolia officinalis), Nepeta (Nepeta Menthiodes) and Passion Fruit (Passiflora Edulis). Formulated for maximum effectiveness SOLID Sleep can provide safe and gentle sleep.
Valerian is most commonly used for sleep disorders, especially the inability to sleep (insomnia). Valerian is also used for anxiety and psychological stress.
Magnolia bark uses include sleep disorders or insomnia, anxiety, weight loss, and stress.
Nepeta is strongly antispasmodic, antitussive, astringent, carminative, diaphoretic, slightly emmenagogue, and sedative.
Passion Fruit has been used for its sedative effect and may help adults manage mild sleep irregularities.
Contains: Valerian (Valeriana officinalis), Magnolia Bark (Magnolia officinalis), Nepeta (Nepeta Menthiodes) and Passion Fruit (Passiflora Edulis)
Virility is noted for its effects on both male and female sexuality; increasing libido, endurance, and sexual prowess. Like a natural form of Viagra, it works via a mechanism that effects vasodilation in blood vessels.
Contains: Black Ginger (Kaempferia parviflora) and Tongkat ali (Eurycoma longifolia)
Anti-diabetic. Improves peripheral blood circulation, strengthens blood vessels and relieve edema symptoms.
Anti-plasmodial, anti-inflammatory and adaptogenic activity, anti-allergy and antioxidanant activity, anti-fungal and anti-microbacterial.
Improves the performance of physical fitness and muscular endurance.
Helps lower blood glucose levels and improve blood flow.
The reported health-promoting properties of the mushroom fruit bodies, mycelia, and bioactive pure compounds include:
Antibiotic, anticarcinogenic, antidiabetic, antifatigue, antihypertensive, antihyperlipodemic, antisenescence, cardio-protective, hepatoprotective, nephron-protective, and neuroprotective properties and improvement of anxiety, cognitive function and depression.
Lion's Mane mushroom is a culinary mushroom that has been extensively studied for its neurohealth properties and has become a well-established candidate in promoting positive brain and nerve health- related activities by inducing the nerve growth factor from its bioactive ingredient. The polysaccharides in an aqueous extract of the Lion's mane mushroom could induce neuronal differentiation and promote neuronal survival.
Contains: Lion’s Mane Mushroom and Mycelium
First formulated for the airline industry, Flight Spray Nasal Hydration Spray, is created by combining three of the most effective herbal ingredients to provide nasal relief and natural virus protection while traveling, in a crowd, or any time natural nasal relief is desired.*
Prevent colds and flu viruses by protecting from dry and/or recycled air (11)
Relieve sinus symptoms associated with colds and viruses (12)
Moisten and Refresh dry nasal passages
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