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  • CBD From Full Spectrum Hemp

    • A study found that 58% of patients reported reduced anxiety levels after CBD treatment.
    • Anxiety and Stress: Clinical studies have shown that CBD can reduce anxiety. For example, one study found a 300 mg dose of CBD significantly reduced anxiety in a simulated public speaking test. Another study indicated that 57% of patients reported decreased anxiety levels after CBD treatment.
    • Pain Management: In a survey of 2,400 users, approximately 80% found CBD to be "very or extremely effective" for pain.
    • Epilepsy: The FDA-approved Epidiolex, a CBD-based drug, for certain forms of epilepsy. Clinical trials found that patients taking Epidiolex experienced 20-25% fewer seizures compared to those on a placebo.
    • Sleep Disorders: Some studies suggest that CBD might help with sleep. In a survey, 67% of participants reported improved sleep after taking CBD.
    • Inflammation and Autoimmunity: Preclinical studies on animals indicate that CBD can reduce inflammation. In certain mouse models, inflammation was reduced by 20-30% with CBD treatment.
    • Neuroprotection: Animal studies suggest CBD has neuroprotective properties. In models of diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, CBD reduced neuronal damage by 30-50%.
    • Addiction: Preliminary studies suggest that CBD might help people with addiction. In a study on smokers, those who used CBD inhalers smoked 40% fewer cigarettes than usual.
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  • NAD+

    • Restoration of NAD+ levels in mice has been linked to improved DNA repair and a lifespan increase, (though the exact percentage varies by study).
    • Aging and Lifespan: In certain animal studies, like those with worms (C. elegans), NAD+ precursor supplementation led to a 10-25% extension in lifespan.
    • DNA Repair and Protection: Mice treated with NAD+ precursors showed a 50% reduction in DNA damage compared to untreated mice in certain studies.
    • Neuroprotection: In mouse models of Alzheimer's disease, treatment with NAD+ precursors led to 40% less amyloid plaque ormation, a hallmark of the disease.
    • Cardiovascular and Metabolic Health: Mouse studies have demonstrated that NAD+ precursors can enhance blood vessel growth by up to 50%, supporting better cardiovascular health.
    • Muscle Function and Mitochondrial Health: In older mice, NAD+ precursor supplementation improved muscle function by 10-20%, depending on the specific metric being evaluated.
    • Circadian Rhythm Regulation: Disturbances in NAD+ metabolism can lead to a 50% disruption in the normal circadian activity of certain genes, but supplementation can help restore this balance.
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  • Resveratrol

    • Resveratrol is a polyphenol found in various plants, most notably in the skin of red grapes. It has attracted significant interest for its potential health benefits and anti-aging effects.
    • Resveratrol extended the lifespan of yeast cells by up to 70%.
    • Lifespan Extension: In yeast, worms, and flies, resveratrol can extend lifespan by 10-30%. However, this exact lifespan extension hasn't been consistently demonstrated in mammals.
    • Heart Health: Resveratrol can improve endothelial function, which can potentially reduce the risk of heart disease. In one study, high doses improved blood flow by 23% in humans.
    • In animal models of heart injury, treatment with resveratrol reduced damage by up to 50%.
    • Insulin Sensitivity: Some studies in animals and humans have shown that resveratrol can improve insulin sensitivity. In a study with diabetic mice, resveratrol improved insulin response by 20-25%.
    • Anti-Inflammation: Resveratrol has demonstrated anti-inflammatory effects. In human studies, it reduced inflammatory markers like CRP by 26%.
    • Brain Health: In rodent models of Alzheimer's disease, resveratrol supplementation reduced the levels of amyloid plaques (common in Alzheimer's) by up to 40%.
    • Human studies have shown that resveratrol can improve memory and brain function. In a study with older adults, those taking resveratrol had a 20% improvement in memory performance.
    • Cancer Prevention: In various cell culture and animal studies, resveratrol has been found to inhibit the growth of cancer cells by up to 50% for certain cancer types. The effects on human cancers are less clear and require more research.
    • Physical Performance: In certain animal models, resveratrol has shown to increase stamina. Mice given resveratrol ran 25% longer before exhaustion compared to controls.
    • Protection Against Obesity: In high-fat diet-fed mice, resveratrol has been shown to reduce weight gain by 40%, mainly by increasing metabolism and fat burning.
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  • Lithium Orotate

    • While exact percentages are hard to pin down, some observational studies have suggested communities with higher levels of lithium in their water supply have lower rates of suicide and possibly dementia.
    • Mood Stabilization: Lithium in prescription forms (like lithium carbonate) is a gold standard for the treatment of bipolar disorder. Some anecdotal reports suggest that lithium orotate might be beneficial for mood stabilization, though robust clinical trials are lacking.
    • Neuroprotective Effects: Some studies suggest that lithium can promote neuronal health. This has been observed in the context of conditions like Alzheimer's disease, where lithium treatment in some small studies seemed to slow the progression of cognitive decline.
    • Anti-inflammatory Effects: There's evidence that lithium can exert anti-inflammatory effects in the brain, potentially protecting against neurodegenerative diseases.
    • Suicidal Behavior: Clinical forms of lithium have been associated with reduced suicidality in bipolar patients. Some areas with higher natural lithium levels in the drinking water have been associated with lower rates of suicide, though it's important to approach this observation cautiously.
    • Longevity: There are a few studies suggesting that populations exposed to higher levels of lithium from natural sources (like water) might have slightly increased lifespan. However, the exact role of lithium in this observation remains speculative.
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  • Zinc

    • Regular intake of zinc reduced the risk of pneumonia in the elderly by 45% in a specific study.
    • Immune System: Supplementing with zinc can reduce the duration of the common cold by up to 33%. This result varies based on dosage and the specific population studied.
    • Acne and Skin Health: Oral zinc supplementation can reduce the severity of acne by up to 50% in certain populations.
    • Age-related Diseases:Zinc can reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). In the Age-Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS), supplementation with zinc (along with antioxidants) reduced the risk of developing advanced AMD by about 25%.
    • Mental Health: Zinc deficiency has been linked to mood disorders. In certain studies, zinc supplementation showed a significant reduction in depression symptoms, with one study indicating a 50% improvement in the depressed mood of participants.
    • Childhood Growth: Zinc is essential for growth. Supplementation in zinc-deficient children can increase growth rates by up to 20%.
    • Pregnancy and Childbirth: In certain developing countries, zinc supplementation during pregnancy resulted in a 14% reduction in preterm births.
    • Diarrhea in Children: The World Health Organization recommends zinc supplementation for the treatment of acute diarrhea in children. Studies have shown that it can reduce the duration of diarrheal episodes by up to 25%.
    • Male Fertility: Zinc plays a role in male fertility. Deficiency can lead to reduced sperm count. Supplementation in deficient men can increase sperm count by 74% in some studies.
    • Bone Health: Zinc is crucial for bone health. Studies have shown that postmenopausal women with lower zinc intakes had a 10% lower bone mineral density than those with adequate zinc intake.
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  • Ginseng

    • Cancer patients who took ginseng in one study experienced about 50% less fatigue than those who didn't.
    • Cognitive Function: Some studies have demonstrated that ginseng may improve cognitive performance. A review found that individuals who consumed ginseng experienced about a 10-15% improvement in cognitive function, especially in tasks related to mental arithmetic and reaction times.
    • Physical Performance: Ginseng is often cited as an adaptogen, helping the body deal with stress. Some trials have shown ginseng supplementation to enhance physical activity levels by up to 20% in fatigue-reduced individuals.
    • Immune System Boost: Ginseng has been shown to boost the efficacy of vaccines and promote the activity of natural killer cells. One study reported an approximately 45% increase in the efficacy of the flu vaccine in participants taking ginseng.
    • Blood Sugar Regulation: Ginseng can help regulate blood sugar levels. In some studies, patients with type 2 diabetes who took ginseng had blood sugar levels that were 20-30% lower than those who didn't take ginseng.
    • Anti-Fatigue: Ginseng has been noted for its anti-fatigue effects. In cancer patients, for instance, ginseng was shown to reduce fatigue by 40% compared to a placebo group.
    • Erectile Dysfunction: Some research suggests ginseng might be useful for treating erectile dysfunction. One study reported that men treated with Korean red ginseng had a 60% improvement in erectile function compared to a placebo group.
    • Antioxidant Effects: Ginseng has antioxidant properties that can help reduce oxidative stress. In certain studies, markers of oxidative stress were decreased by about 20% in individuals taking ginseng.
    • Anti-inflammatory Effects: Ginsenosides, the primary active compounds in ginseng, have anti-inflammatory effects. While hard to quantify universally, some studies report significant reductions in inflammatory markers in both cell cultures and in animal models after ginseng treatment.
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  • Ginkgo Biloba

    Ginkgo biloba, often just referred to as ginkgo, is one of the oldest living tree species and has been widely studied for its potential health benefits.

    • Some studies found an improvement in cognitive performance in dementia patients, with varied percentage improvements depending on the metric.
    • Cognitive Function and Alzheimer's Disease: Many studies have investigated ginkgo for its potential to improve cognitive function. In some studies, patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease showed up to a 10% improvement in cognitive performance when supplemented with ginkgo extract compared to a placebo.
    • Memory Enhancement in Healthy Individuals: Some research suggests ginkgo can enhance memory in healthy subjects. One study demonstrated a 15% improvement in memory tasks after ginkgo supplementation.
    • Circulation and Peripheral Artery Disease: Ginkgo can increase blood flow to various parts of the body. Patients with peripheral artery disease experienced a 19% improvement in pain-free walking distance after ginkgo supplementation in one study.
    • Vision and Eye Health: Some evidence suggests that ginkgo might be beneficial for eye health. In a study on patients with glaucoma, those treated with ginkgo showed an approximately 24% improvement in visual field damage.
    • Antioxidant Properties: Ginkgo has antioxidant properties, which can help combat oxidative stress. While the exact percentage varies among studies, ginkgo extract has consistently shown a significant reduction in oxidative stress markers.
    • Anti-Vertigo: Ginkgo biloba can be effective in treating vertigo. In one study, patients with vertigo experienced up to a 35% reduction in the number and duration of vertigo episodes after taking ginkgo.
    • Tinnitus: Some studies have investigated ginkgo for tinnitus treatment, although results are mixed. In select studies, around 30% of tinnitus patients reported improvement after ginkgo supplementation.
    • Mood and Depression in the Elderly: Ginkgo might have potential benefits for mood. Elderly individuals with depression showed a 42% reduction in depression scores in a study after taking ginkgo extract.
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  • Green Tea

    Green tea, derived from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, has been consumed for centuries due to its range of health benefits. It's rich in polyphenols, particularly catechins, with the most abundant being epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG).

    • Consuming more than 5 cups of green tea daily has been associated with a 26% lower risk of death from heart attack or stroke.
    • Weight Loss and Metabolism: Green tea can boost metabolic rate and fat burning. In some studies, green tea extract was shown to increase metabolism by 4-5%. Another study suggested that it can increase fat burning by up to 17%.
    • Cardiovascular Health: Consuming green tea is associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease. One large review demonstrated that individuals who drank the most green tea had a 31% reduction in the risk of developing heart disease.
    • Cognitive Function: There are indications that green tea can enhance brain function. Some studies showed up to a 14% improvement in cognitive tests among those who consumed green tea or its extract.
    • Antioxidant Properties: The catechins in green tea have potent antioxidant effects. These antioxidants can neutralize harmful free radicals, reducing oxidative stress. Specific percentage improvements can vary but expect notable increases in plasma antioxidant capacity after consumption.
    • Cancer Risk: There's evidence suggesting that green tea can reduce the risk of certain cancers. For instance, women who drank the most green tea had a 22% lower risk of developing breast cancer, one of the most common cancers in women.
    • Oral Health: The catechins in green tea can kill bacteria and inhibit viruses, leading to improved dental health and a lower risk of infections. In certain studies, green tea consumption was associated with a 32% lower risk of experiencing tooth loss.
    • Type 2 Diabetes: Green tea might reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. In one study, participants who consumed the most green tea had a 42% lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
    • Liver Function: Green tea has been associated with reduced risk of liver diseases. Regular consumption has been linked to a 20% lower risk of developing liver cirrhosis.
    • Longevity and Mortality: Drinking green tea may be associated with a longer life. In one large-scale study, individuals who drank the most green tea had a 26% lower risk of death from various causes.
    • Mood Enhancement: Green tea contains L-theanine, an amino acid known to have a calming effect and can work synergistically with caffeine. Some studies indicate a 20% improvement in alertness and focus when consuming green tea, likely due to this combination.
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  • Magnesium Citrate

    Magnesium citrate is a commonly used form of magnesium in dietary supplements. Magnesium is an essential mineral involved in over 300 enzyme reactions in the body.

    • Magnesium supplementation has been shown to improve insomnia symptoms, with some studies showing up to a 58% improvement in insomnia severity index scores.
    • Constipation Relief: Magnesium citrate acts as an osmotic laxative. It's frequently used for bowel preparation before surgeries. A significant percentage of individuals (often over 85%) experience bowel movements within 6 hours after taking magnesium citrate as a laxative.
    • Bone Health: Magnesium plays a crucial role in bone formation and influences the activity of osteoblasts and osteoclasts. Adequate magnesium intake is associated with a higher bone mineral density. In populations with lower magnesium intakes, there's an up to 22% greater risk of osteoporosis.
    • Migraine Prevention: Some studies have shown that magnesium supplementation
      can reduce the frequency of migraines. In trials, patients receiving magnesium experienced a 41.6% reduction in migraines compared to a 15.8% reduction in the placebo group.
    • Cardiovascular Health: Adequate magnesium intake is associated with a reduced risk of hypertension. People who consume sufficient magnesium have a 15% lower risk of developing high blood pressure compared to those with inadequate intakes.
    • Blood Sugar Regulation: Magnesium plays a role in glucose and insulin metabolism. In some studies, individuals with higher magnesium intake have a 17% lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
    • Mood and Anxiety: Magnesium may have mood-stabilizing properties. Supplementation has been associated with a significant reduction in symptoms of depression and anxiety in some studies, with effects noticeable within two weeks in certain cases.
    • Muscle Function: Magnesium is essential for muscle contraction and relaxation. People with adequate magnesium levels might experience less muscle cramps and spasms, although precise percentages can vary based
      on individual conditions and magnesium deficiency severity.
    • Sleep Quality: Magnesium can influence sleep regulation. Some studies show that magnesium supplementation can improve sleep efficiency, sleep time, and reduce insomnia symptoms. In one study, elderly individuals taking magnesium supplements experienced a 17% improvement in sleep quality.
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  • L-Theanine

    L-theanine is an amino acid primarily found in tea leaves, especially in green tea. It is well-known for its calming effects and its ability to improve cognition and mood.

    • Combined with caffeine, L-theanine improved both speed and accuracy of performance of attention-switching tasks in humans by about 10% in a study.
    • Stress and Anxiety Reduction: L-theanine can help reduce the body's physiological response to stress. In some studies, participants who consumed L-theanine experienced a 58% lower stress response when subjected to a stressful task.
    • Improved Sleep: While L-theanine doesn't necessarily induce sleep, it can improve sleep quality. Some research suggests that supplementation can lead to better sleep efficiency and reduced sleep movement, with certain individuals experiencing up to a 16% improvement in sleep satisfaction scores.
    • Cognitive Performance: L-theanine, especially when combined with caffeine (as it naturally occurs in tea), can enhance attention and cognitive performance. In some tests, participants experienced a 14% increase in attention span after consumption.
    • Mood Enhancement: L-theanine can promote relaxation without drowsiness, and thereby improve mood. Some studies have reported that participants felt "more relaxed" and "less tired" after consuming L-theanine, with subjective improvements in mood scores by up to 12%.
    • Reduced Blood Pressure: In response to stress, L-theanine can help prevent blood pressure spikes. One study noted that participants with a higher response to stress experienced up to a 10% reduction in blood pressure after L-theanine consumption.
    • Neuroprotection: There's evidence suggesting that L-theanine can provide neuroprotective effects, especially in the context of brain injury and neurodegenerative diseases, though specific percentages related to the extent of protection are harder to pinpoint.
    • Immune System Boost: Some research suggests L-theanine might enhance the immune system's ability to fight off infections. One study on athletes found that those who took L-theanine had 58% fewer occurrences of the common cold compared to those on a placebo.
    • Enhanced Alpha Brain Waves: L-theanine can increase the generation of alpha brain waves, which are associated with alert relaxation. EEG studies have shown a notable increase in alpha brain wave activity within roughly 40 minutes of L-theanine consumption.
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  • Blueberry Extract

    Blueberry extract is derived from blueberries, which are rich in various health-promoting compounds, especially antioxidants such as anthocyanins.

    • Consumption of blueberry juice improved memory function in older adults with early memory decline by 20% over a 12-week period in one study.
    • Cognitive Function: Consuming blueberry extract may enhance memory and cognitive function. In one study, older adults consuming blueberry juice showed improvements of 20-26% in memory tests over 12 weeks compared to a placebo group.
    • Antioxidant Properties: Blueberries are rich in antioxidants, especially anthocyanins. One study found that consuming a blueberry beverage increased antioxidant capacity in the blood by 8.5% within 1 hour.
    • Heart Health: Blueberry intake is associated with improved blood vessel function and reduced blood pressure. In a study, participants consuming 50g of blueberries daily experienced a 5.1% reduction in systolic blood pressure over 8 weeks.
    • Insulin Sensitivity: Blueberry extract might improve insulin sensitivity. In one research study, obese, insulin-resistant participants had a 22% improvement in insulin sensitivity after consuming a blueberry smoothie daily for six weeks.
    • Eye Health: The antioxidants in blueberries can help reduce the risk of cataracts, glaucoma, and other eye diseases, though specific percentage improvements can be harder to pin down in generalized populations.
    • Anti-inflammatory Effects: Chronic inflammation is believed to contribute to many diseases. Blueberries have been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects, with one study noting a 16% reduction in C-reactive protein (a marker of inflammation) after blueberry consumption.
    • Muscle Recovery: There's evidence suggesting that blueberry supplementation can accelerate muscle recovery after strenuous exercise. In one study, athletes experienced 28% less muscle soreness when consuming a blueberry smoothie before and after exercise.
    • Anti-Aging Properties: Due to their antioxidant properties, blueberries are often touted for their potential anti-aging benefits, though precise statistics in terms of aging metrics are challenging to quantify.
    • Reduction in DNA Damage: Oxidative DNA damage is part of the reason we grow older and can contribute to the development of certain diseases like cancer. A study found that daily consumption of blueberries resulted in a 20% reduction in DNA oxidative damage.
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  • Quercetin

    Quercetin is a plant pigment (flavonoid) commonly found in many plants and foods, such as red wine, onions, green tea, apples, berries, and broccoli. It is known for its antioxidant and
    anti-inflammatory properties.

    • Animal studies have indicated that quercetin can increase endurance exercise capacity by up to 40%.
    • Antioxidant Properties: Quercetin has been shown to neutralize harmful free radicals in the body. In some studies, quercetin supplementation led to an increase in antioxidant capacity by up to 29%.
    • Blood Pressure Reduction: There is evidence to suggest that quercetin might help lower blood pressure. In one meta-analysis, quercetin supplementation resulted in a reduction of systolic and diastolic blood pressure by 3.09 mmHg and 2.86 mmHg, respectively.
    • Anti-Inflammatory Effects: Quercetin may reduce inflammation, which is implicated in various chronic diseases. Research in animals showed reductions in inflammatory markers, such as TNF-alpha, by 50% or more with quercetin supplementation.
    • Allergy Symptom Relief: Quercetin is believed to have antihistamine properties, which can help reduce the symptoms of allergies. Specific statistics can vary widely based on individual conditions and dosages.
    • Improved Endurance Exercise Performance: Some studies suggest that quercetin might boost endurance exercise performance. One study demonstrated an improvement in cycling time trial performance by 3.1% after quercetin supplementation.
    • Neuroprotective Effects: Quercetin may have protective effects against neurodegenerative diseases. In animal models, quercetin supplementation has shown a reduction in markers of oxidative stress in the brain by up to 49%.
    • Anti-Cancer Properties: There are indications that quercetin might have anti-cancer properties by inducing cell death in certain cancer cell lines. In vitro studies show a reduction of cancer cell viability by 75% in some cases, but it's essential to note that in-vitro results don't always translate directly to in-vivo effectiveness.
    • Improved Metabolic Health:
      Quercetin may have benefits for metabolic health, particularly in the context
      of obesity and diabetes. Animal studies showed reductions in body weight by up to 23% and improved insulin sensitivity with quercetin supplementation.
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  • Astragalus

    Astragalus is a traditional medicinal herb commonly used in Chinese medicine. The roots of the Astragalus plant have been used for various health-related applications, particularly for their potential immune-boosting and anti-aging properties.

    • Immune System Support: Astragalus is often touted for its immunomodulatory effects. Some studies have shown that Astragalus can increase the production of white blood cells, particularly T-cells, by up to 50%.
    • Cardiovascular Benefits: Astragalus may have protective effects on the heart. In animal studies, treatment with Astragalus reduced heart size and improved overall heart function by 20-30% in models of heart failure.
    • Anti-Aging Effects: Astragalus contains compounds that may affect telomerase, an enzyme associated with cellular aging. In cell cultures, extracts from Astragalus have led to a 40% increase in telomerase activity.
    • Diabetes Management: Astragalus may offer benefits in the context of diabetes. Some animal studies have shown reductions in blood sugar levels by 15-30% with Astragalus supplementation.
    • Kidney Health: Astragalus has been used in traditional medicine for kidney diseases. Clinical trials have suggested that it can reduce proteinuria in chronic kidney disease patients by up to 40% in certain cases.
    • Antioxidant Properties: The herb has been shown to boost antioxidant activity in the body. In some animal studies, Astragalus supplementation led to a 55% increase in the activity of antioxidant enzymes.
    • Liver Protection: Astragalus might have hepatoprotective properties. Animal studies have indicated reduced liver damage markers by 20-50% after toxin exposure when treated with Astragalus.
    • Antiviral Properties: Some research suggests that Astragalus might help combat viral infections, like the common cold. Specific statistics vary based on the viral strain and individual conditions.
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  • Ashwagandha

    Ashwagandha, also known as Withania somnifera, is an adaptogenic herb that has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine. It's known for its potential to combat stress, improve vitality, and enhance overall well-being.

    • A study showed that participants had a 72% reduction in anxiety scores after two months of ashwagandha supplementation.
    • Stress and Anxiety Reduction: Several studies have shown that ashwagandha may effectively reduce symptoms in people with stress and anxiety disorders. One study found that participants who took ashwagandha had a reduction in scores on the stress-assessment scale by 44%, compared to a 5.5% reduction in the placebo group.
    • Cognitive and Memory Enhancement: Ashwagandha might have neuroprotective effects. In one controlled study, healthy men who took ashwagandha capsules reported a 76% increase in task performance and a 57% increase in attention compared to those on a placebo.
    • Improve Sleep Quality: Given its calming properties, ashwagandha has been shown to improve sleep. In a study, participants taking ashwagandha root extract experienced improved sleep quality and had a 72% increase in sleep duration compared to the placebo group.
    • Increased Muscle Mass and Strength: Some studies suggest that ashwagandha might improve body composition and increase muscle strength. Participants in a resistance training program showed a significantly greater increase in muscle strength and size when supplementing with ashwagandha compared to placebo.
    • Reduced Blood Sugar Levels: Ashwagandha might help reduce blood sugar levels. In several studies, participants experienced an average reduction of 12% in fasting blood sugar levels when taking ashwagandha compared to placebo.
    • Anti-Inflammatory Effects: The herb can reduce certain inflammation markers. One study found a 36% reduction in CRP (a marker of inflammation) in participants taking ashwagandha compared to a smaller reduction in the placebo group.
    • Enhanced Fertility and Testosterone: In men, ashwagandha may boost testosterone levels and improve fertility. A study reported a 167% increase in sperm count and a 53% increase in testosterone levels in infertile men after ashwagandha supplementation.
    • Antioxidant Properties: Ashwagandha promotes antioxidant activity, which can protect against oxidative stress. Studies have shown increases in antioxidant enzymes in the body after ashwagandha supplementation.
    • Reduced Cortisol Levels: Cortisol is a stress hormone, and high levels are indicative of chronic stress or other health conditions. In one study, participants had a 28% reduction in cortisol levels after taking ashwagandha.
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  • Turmeric

    • In one study, a curcumin supplement improved endothelial function by 36% compared to a placebo.
    • Anti-Inflammatory Properties: Curcumin has been compared to anti-inflammatory drugs in its ability to reduce inflammation without the side effects. In various studies, curcumin's potency has been found to be comparable to that of some anti-inflammatory drugs, with reductions in inflammatory markers like CRP by up to 65% in some patient groups.
    • Antioxidant Boost: Curcumin increases the body's antioxidant enzyme activity. In specific studies, after curcumin supplementation, participants showed a 50% increase in plasma antioxidant capacity.
    • Brain Health and Function: Curcumin can increase brain levels of BDNF (Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor), a growth hormone that aids neuron multiplication. Research has indicated an increase in BDNF levels by up to 76% after curcumin supplementation.
    • Joint Health: For individuals with arthritis, curcumin supplementation can lead to significant improvements. One study found that rheumatoid arthritis patients had a 44% reduction in pain scores after taking curcumin.
    • Heart Health: Curcumin has been shown to improve endothelial function, which is vital for heart health. In some studies, improvements in endothelial function were comparable to that of exercise, with a 64% improvement in endothelium-dependent dilation.
    • Depression Management: There's evidence that curcumin can be beneficial for individuals with depressive disorders. In a controlled trial, patients taking curcumin saw a 62% improvement in their depression scale scores compared to the placebo group.
    • Cancer Prevention and Treatment: Curcumin has been studied for its potential anti-cancer effects. While results vary depending on the type of cancer, some in-vitro and animal studies have shown a reduction in tumor growth rates by up to 75%.
    • Digestive Health: Curcumin may assist in the management of digestive disorders like inflammatory bowel disease. Some patients have reported a 50% reduction in symptom severity after curcumin supplementation.
    • Reduced Risk of Neurodegenerative Diseases: Curcumin has potential neuroprotective effects. In animal models, curcumin supplementation led to a 40% reduction in amyloid plaques, which are associated with Alzheimer's disease.
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  • Lion's Mane

    • Older adults with mild cognitive impairment showed improved cognitive function after lion's mane supplementation, with varied percentage improvements depending on the metric.
    • Cognitive Function: In a study involving older adults with mild cognitive impairment, those who consumed lion's mane extract daily for 16 weeks showed a significant increase of up to 23% in scores on the cognitive function scale compared to the placebo group.
    • Neuroprotection and Nerve Growth: Lion's mane contains compounds that stimulate the synthesis of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF). Animal studies have shown that lion's mane extract can speed up the recovery of damaged nerves, with a 20-40% acceleration in nerve regeneration rates in certain experimental setups.
    • Mood and Anxiety: In a 4-week study on menopausal women, participants who consumed cookies containing lion's mane extract reported a significant reduction of 10-20% in feelings of irritation and anxiety compared to the placebo group.
    • Antioxidant Properties: In-vitro studies have shown that lion's mane has potent antioxidant activity, which can help protect against cellular damage. Extracts of lion's mane showed a 50-70% reduction in oxidative stress markers in certain experimental conditions.
    • Anti-Inflammatory Effects: Animal studies indicate that lion's mane extract has the potential to reduce inflammation. Inflammation markers were lowered by up to 25% in some models after the administration of lion's mane.
    • Immune System Boost: Lion's mane may enhance the immune system by increasing the activity of intestinal immune cells. In animal studies, lion's mane supplementation led to a 30-60% increase in certain immune cell activities.
    • Gastrointestinal Health: Some research suggests that lion's mane can protect against stomach ulcers. In animal models, ulcers induced by alcohol were reduced in size by up to 50% with lion's mane treatment.
    • Cancer Prevention and Treatment: Several studies have investigated lion's mane's potential anti-cancer properties. For instance, in cell studies, lion's mane extract led to a 50-69% reduction in the growth rate of certain cancer cells.
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  • Cordyceps

    • Cordyceps is a genus of parasitic fungi that have been traditionally used in Chinese and Tibetan medicine for centuries. The most well-known species is Cordyceps sinensis (now renamed Ophiocordyceps sinensis). This fungus grows on insect larvae, and when consumed, it's believed to have various health benefits.
    • In a study, cordyceps increased VO2 max (a measure of fitness) by about 7%.
    • Physical Performance Enhancement: Cordyceps might boost exercise performance. One study involving older adults found that those who took cordyceps experienced a 7% increase in the amount of oxygen they could take in during exercise compared to a placebo group.
    • Anti-Fatigue Properties: Cordyceps might help combat feelings of fatigue. In a study, mice given cordyceps had 12% longer swimming times before reaching exhaustion compared to a control group.
    • Antioxidant Potential: Cordyceps has been shown to have antioxidant effects in certain experimental settings. In vitro studies have shown a reduction of up to 75% in oxidative stress markers when treated with cordyceps extract.
    • Anti-Tumor Effects: Cordyceps extracts have been shown to inhibit the growth of certain types of cancer cells. In some in-vitro experiments, tumor cell proliferation was reduced by up to 92% with cordyceps extract.
    • Sexual Function and Fertility: Animal studies suggest that cordyceps might improve reproductive activity. In one such study, both male and female mice showed a 20-30% increase in reproductive activity after consuming cordyceps.
    • Blood Sugar Regulation: Cordyceps might have potential benefits for blood sugar control. In diabetic mouse models, cordyceps extract led to a 25% reduction in blood sugar levels compared to a control group.
    • Heart Health: Some animal research has shown that cordyceps might have beneficial effects on heart health. In one study on rats, cordyceps reduced total cholesterol by 21% and LDL cholesterol by 30%.
    • Anti-Inflammatory Effects: Cordyceps might help reduce inflammation. In certain in-vitro and animal studies, cordyceps extracts have led to a significant reduction in key inflammatory markers by up to 32%.
    • Immune System Support: Cordyceps may play a role in modulating the immune system. Research has demonstrated a 10-38% increase in the activity of natural killer cells, which are vital components of the immune system, after cordyceps supplementation.
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  • Pom Juice Powder

    Pomegranate juice powder is derived from the fruit of the pomegranate (Punica granatum) and is a potent source of antioxidants.

    • Antioxidant Properties: High Antioxidant Content: Pomegranate juice is rich in antioxidants, with an oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) value higher than that of most fruits, indicating a potent ability to neutralize free radicals (Source: Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry).
    • Heart Health: Lowered Blood Pressure: Pomegranate juice consumption has been associated with a reduction in systolic blood pressure by approximately 5% (Source: Clinical Nutrition).
      Improved Cholesterol Profile: Studies have shown a decrease in LDL cholesterol levels by up to 16% with pomegranate juice consumption (Source: Atherosclerosis).
    • Anti-Inflammatory Effects: Reduced Inflammation Markers: Pomegranate juice can reduce inflammatory markers like CRP by up to 32% (Source: Nutrition Research).
    • Arthritis Relief: In patients with arthritis, pomegranate extract supplementation reduced joint tenderness by approximately 62% (Source: Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine).
    • Cognitive Function:
      Memory Enhancement: Pomegranate consumption has been linked to improved memory in older adults, with a 30% increase in memory scores (Source: Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine).
    • Anticancer Effects: Cancer Prevention: Pomegranate extracts have demonstrated potential anticancer effects, with a 25% reduction in cancer cell proliferation (Source: International Journal of Oncology).
      Prostate Cancer*: In prostate cancer patients, pomegranate juice slowed PSA doubling time, indicating a potential protective effect (Source: Clinical Cancer Research).
    • Diabetes Management: Improved Insulin Sensitivity: Pomegranate extract may improve insulin sensitivity, resulting in a 22% reduction in fasting blood glucose levels (Source: Atherosclerosis).
    • Digestive Health: Gut Microbiome Support: Pomegranate polyphenols may enhance the diversity of gut microbiota, supporting digestive health (Source: Food & Function).
    • Skin Health: Skin Protection: Pomegranate polyphenols can protect the skin from UV damage, reducing skin reddening by approximately 25% (Source: Experimental Dermatology).
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  • B Vitamins

    Vitamin B6 is required for more than 100 enzymatic reactions involved in metabolism and cellular growth, in particularly in protein metabolism. VitaminB6 is necessary for optimal nervous and immune system function, and is required to make hemoglobin. It also helps to maintain normal serum glucose levels. VitaminB12 is required for healthy red blood cell formation, nerve myelination, neurological function, DNA synthesis, and cell replication. 

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  • Vitamin A

    Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin known for its importance in various aspects of health, particularly vision and immune function.

    • Vision Support: Reduced Risk of Night Blindness: Adequate Vitamin A intake can reduce the risk of night blindness by up to 50% (Source: The Lancet).
    • Immune Function: Enhanced Immunity: Vitamin A supports immune function by increasing the production of white blood cells, improving the body's defense against infections (Source: Journal oLeukocyte Biology).
    • Skin Health: Improved Skin Quality: Vitamin A plays a role in skin health, promoting cell turnover and potentially reducing signs of aging, such as wrinkles (Source: Dermato-Endocrinology).
    • Cancer Prevention: Lower Cancer Risk: Adequate Vitamin A intake may reduce the risk of certain cancers, including lung and bladder cancer, by up to 27% (Source: American Journal of Epidemiology).
    • Bone Health: Bone Density Support: Vitamin A contributes to bone health by aiding in the production of osteoblasts, cells responsible for bone formation (Source: The Journal of Nutrition).
    • Reproductive Health: Healthy Pregnancy: Vitamin A is essential for fetal development, and deficiency can lead to birth defects. Adequate intake supports a healthy pregnancy (Source: The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews).
    • Immunity in Children: Reduced Childhood Mortality: In children, Vitamin A supplementation can reduce mortality from diseases like measles and diarrhea by up to 23% (Source: The New England Journal of Medicine).
      Hair Health: Hair Growth: Adequate Vitamin A levels are important for hair growth and overall hair health (Source: Dermatology Practical & Conceptual).
      Mucous Membrane Health: Mucosal Protection: Vitamin A supports the health of mucous membranes, including those in the respiratory and digestive systems, potentially reducing the risk of infections (Source: The Journal of Nutrition).
      Skin Conditions: Acne Management: Topical Vitamin A derivatives, like retinoids, are effective in managing acne and may reduce acne lesions by up to 64% (Source: JAMA Dermatology).
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  • Vitamin C

    It's a powerful antioxidant that helps protect our cells from damage and plays an important role in the immune system's ability to fight off infections. Vitamin C is necessary for the making of collagen, needed for the healing of wounds.

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  • Vitamin D

    Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is crucial for overall health, and its benefits extend beyond bone health.

    • Bone Health: Reduced Risk of Fractures: Vitamin D supplementation can reduce
      the risk of fractures by approximately 20% (Source: JAMA Internal Medicine).
    • Immune Support: Reduced Infection Risk: Adequate Vitamin D levels may reduce
      the risk of respiratory infections by approximately 12% (Source: The BMJ).
    • Heart Health: Lower Risk of Heart Disease: Adequate Vitamin D levels are associated with a 25% lower risk of developing heart disease (Source: American
      Journal of Clinical Nutrition).
    • Cancer
      Prevention: Lower Cancer Risk: Higher Vitamin D levels are linked to a 17%
      lower risk of developing cancer (Source: British Medical Journal).
    • Mood
      Regulation: Depression Risk Reduction: Vitamin D supplementation can
      reduce the risk of depression by approximately 8% (Source: JAMA Internal
    • Muscle
      Strength: Improved Muscle Function: Adequate Vitamin D levels can
      improve muscle function and reduce the risk of falls in older adults (Source:
      The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition).
    • Immune
      Function: Enhanced Immunity: Vitamin D supports immune function by
      increasing the activity of immune cells (Source: Journal of Investigative
    • Reduced
      Inflammation: Lower Inflammation Markers: Adequate Vitamin D levels may
      reduce inflammation markers, such as C-reactive protein (CRP), by up to 38%
      (Source: PLOS ONE).
    • Cognitive
      Function: Cognitive Health: Vitamin D deficiency is associated with a 60%
      higher risk of cognitive impairment (Source: Neurology).
    • Autoimmune
      Disease Prevention: Lower Autoimmune Disease Risk: Adequate Vitamin D
      levels are linked to a lower risk of autoimmune diseases like Multiple
      Sclerosis (Source: JAMA Neurology).
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  • Vitamin E

    Vitamin E is a fat-soluble, essential antioxidant vitamin known for its role in protecting cells from oxidative damage.

    • Antioxidant Properties: Increased Antioxidant Activity: Vitamin E supplementation has been shown to increase plasma antioxidant capacity by approximately 50% in some studies (Source: Nutrients).
    • Heart Health: Reduced Risk of Heart Disease: Vitamin E may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease by approximately 21% (Source: Journal of the American
      Medical Association).
    • Skin
      Health: Skin Protection: Topical application of Vitamin E can reduce
      UV-induced skin damage by up to 47% (Source: Skin Pharmacology and Physiology).
    • Immune
      Support: Enhanced Immune Function: Vitamin E supports immune function by
      enhancing T-cell production by approximately 20% (Source: International
    • Eye
      Health: Cataract Risk Reduction: Vitamin E supplementation may reduce
      the risk of cataracts by approximately 24% (Source: American Journal of
      Clinical Nutrition).
    • Alzheimer's
      Disease Prevention: Reduced Risk: Vitamin E supplementation may reduce
      the risk of Alzheimer's disease by approximately 19% (Source: JAMA: The Journal
      of the American Medical Association).
    • Exercise
      Recovery: Reduced Muscle Damage: Vitamin E supplementation can reduce
      exercise-induced muscle damage by approximately 32% (Source: Research in Sports
    • Reduced
      Inflammation: Lower Inflammatory Markers: Vitamin E may lower C-reactive
      protein (CRP) levels, a marker of inflammation, by up to 32% (Source: Nutrition
    • Anti-Aging
      Effects: Skin Aging Prevention: Vitamin E can prevent skin aging by
      reducing wrinkles and fine lines by approximately 25% (Source: Skin Research
      and Technology).
    • Hair
      Health: Hair Growth: Vitamin E may promote hair growth by increasing
      hair count by approximately 34% (Source: International Journal of Trichology).
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  • White Wood Ear Mushroom

    Whitewood Ear Mushrooms, scientifically known as Tremella fuciformis, are a type of edible mushroom valued for their potential benefits, particularly in skincare and overall health.

    • Skin Health: Hydration: Whitewood Ear Mushrooms are prized for their ability to enhance skin hydration. They can hold up to 500 times their weight in water, leading to improved skin
      moisture levels (Source: International Journal of Biological Macromolecules).
    • Antioxidant Properties: Enhanced Antioxidant Activity: These mushrooms exhibit antioxidant properties, contributing to
      increased antioxidant enzyme activity and reducing oxidative stress (Source: Journal of Ethnopharmacology).
    • Anti-Aging Effects: Collagen Production:
      Whitewood Ear Mushrooms can stimulate collagen production, potentially reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Collagen production has been reported to increase by approximately 36% (Source: Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology).
    • Immune Support: Enhanced Immunity: Some studies suggest that Whitewood Ear Mushrooms may enhance immune function, although specific numerical statistics can vary based on research.
    • Gut Health: Prebiotic Properties: These mushrooms contain prebiotic fibers that can support gut health by
      promoting the growth of beneficial gut bacteria (Source: Food & Function).
    • Anti-Inflammatory
      : Reduced Inflammation: Whitewood Ear Mushrooms have been linked to reduced inflammation, although
      specific numerical statistics may vary based on individual responses.
    • Cognitive Function: Neuroprotective Effects:
      Some research suggests that these mushrooms may have neuroprotective effects, potentially improving cognitive function, although specific numerical statistics can vary.
    • Cholesterol Regulation: Lowered Cholesterol
      : Consumption of Whitewood Ear Mushroom extract has been associated
      with a reduction in total cholesterol levels by approximately 10%
      (Source: Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine).
    • Liver Health: Liver Protection: Whitewood Ear
      Mushrooms may support liver health by reducing liver enzyme levels. Studies
      have shown a 15% decrease in liver enzyme levels (Source: Journal of
      Food Science and Technology).
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  • Sodium Hyaluronate

    Sodium hyaluronate is the sodium salt of hyaluronic acid, a glycosaminoglycan found in various connective tissue of humans. Hyaluronic Acid is said to promote healthier, more supple skin, speed wound healing, relieve joint pain by keeping bones well lubricated, help reduce symptoms of acid reflux, relieves dry eye and discomfort, preserves bone strength, and relieve pain from urinary frequency associated with interstitial cystitis. 

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  • Bacopa Monnieri

    Bacopa monnieri, also known as Brahmi, is an herb that has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for its potential cognitive-enhancing and stress-reducing properties.

    • Cognitive EnhancementImproved Memory: Bacopa monnieri supplementation has been shown to enhance memory and cognitive function. Studies report a 20% improvement in memory recall (Source: Journal of Ethnopharmacology).
    • Stress ReductionReduced Stress and Anxiety: Bacopa monnieri may have an anxiolytic effect, leading to a 31% reduction in anxiety levels (Source: Phytotherapy Research).
    • Antioxidant PropertiesEnhanced Antioxidant Activity: Bacopa monnieri is rich in antioxidants, which can help combat oxidative stress. Antioxidant enzymes in the body may increase by up to 38% with supplementation (Source: Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology).
    • NeuroprotectionProtecting Brain Cells: Bacopa monnieri has shown potential neuroprotective effects. Studies report a 50% reduction in neuronal cell death (Source: Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology).
    • Improved LearningEnhanced Learning Abilities: Bacopa monnieri may improve learning abilities, with studies reporting a 62% improvement in learning rate (Source: Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine).
    • ADHD ManagementADHD Symptom Reduction: In children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Bacopa monnieri supplementation resulted in a 20% reduction in ADHD symptoms (Source: Journal of Attention Disorders).
    • Anti-Inflammatory EffectsReduced Inflammation: Bacopa monnieri extracts have demonstrated anti-inflammatory properties, with a 36% reduction in inflammatory markers (Source: Phytotherapy Research).
    • Epilepsy ManagementSeizure Frequency Reduction: In patients with epilepsy, Bacopa monnieri supplementation led to a 22% reduction in seizure frequency (Source: Epilepsy & Behavior).
    • Blood Pressure RegulationLowered Blood Pressure: Bacopa monnieri has been associated with a 12% reduction in systolic blood pressure (Source: Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine).
    • Antidepressant EffectsImproved Mood: Bacopa monnieri may have antidepressant properties, with a 38% reduction in depressive symptoms (Source: Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine).
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  • Caffeine

    • Increased Alertness and Concentration: Improved Cognitive Function: Caffeine can enhance cognitive performance, with studies showing a 12% improvement in reaction time and a 14% improvement in attention and concentration (Source: Psychopharmacology).
    • Enhanced Physical Performance: Improved Exercise Performance: Caffeine can enhance physical endurance by increasing the release of adrenaline. Athletes have experienced a 12% improvement in exercise performance (Source: Sports Medicine).
    • Weight Management: Increased Metabolism: Caffeine can boost metabolism, leading to an increase in calorie burning. Some studies show an increase in metabolic rate by up to 11% (Source: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition).
    • Mood Elevation: Elevated Mood: Caffeine consumption is associated with a reduction in the risk of depression, with a 20% lower risk of depression in regular consumers (Source: The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry).
    • Headache Relief: Migraine Relief: Caffeine can enhance the effectiveness of pain relievers, with studies showing a 40% reduction in migraine pain intensity (Source: Journal of the American Medical Association).
    • Reduced Risk of Parkinson's Disease:
      Lowered Risk: Regular caffeine consumption has been associated with a 32% lower risk of developing Parkinson's disease (Source: JAMA Neurology).
    • Improved Respiratory Function: Asthma Relief: Caffeine may help in managing asthma by relaxing the airway muscles. Studies have shown an increase in lung function by up to 5% (Source: The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews).
    • Liver Health: Reduced Liver Disease Risk: Caffeine intake has been linked to a reduced risk of liver diseases, including liver fibrosis, with a 39% lower risk (Source: Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics).
    • Reduced Risk of Stroke:
      Stroke Risk Reduction: Regular coffee consumption has been associated with a 14% lower risk of stroke (Source: Stroke).
    • Longevity: Increased Lifespan: Some studies suggest that caffeine consumption is associated with increased longevity, with a 10% reduction in the risk of premature death (Source: New England Journal of Medicine)
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  • Reishi Mushrooms

    Reishi mushrooms, scientifically known as
    Ganoderma lucidum, are known for their adaptogenic properties and have been
    used in traditional medicine for their potential health benefits.

    • Anti-Cancer Effects:
      Tumor Inhibition: Reishi mushrooms have demonstrated anti-cancer effects in some studies, inhibiting tumor growth rates by up to 52% (Source:
      Oncology Reports).
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  • Andrographis

    Andrographis, also known as "King of Bitters," is an herb traditionally used in Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine recognized for its potential immune-boosting, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral properties—often used as a natural remedy for colds, flu, and various other health concerns.

    • Immune System Support: Enhanced Immune Response: Andrographis may stimulate the immune system, leading to an increase in the production of immune cells. Studies report a 37% increase in white blood cell count (Source: Phytomedicine).
      Cold and Flu Relief: Reduced Symptom Duration: Andrographis supplementation has been associated with a reduction in the duration of cold and flu symptoms by up to 50% (Source: Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine).
      Antiviral Properties: Inhibition of Viral Replication: Andrographis extracts have demonstrated antiviral properties by inhibiting viral replication. Studies report a 60% reduction in viral load (Source: Virology Journal).
      Anti-Inflammatory Effects: Reduced Inflammation: Andrographis has shown anti-inflammatory effects, with a 45% reduction in inflammatory markers like CRP (Source: Journal of Ethnopharmacology).
      Liver Health: Liver Protection: Andrographis may support liver health by preventing liver damage. Studies report a 25% reduction in liver enzyme levels (Source: Journal of Medicinal Food).
      Respiratory Health: Asthma Management: Andrographis may help manage asthma symptoms. Studies report a 30% reduction in asthma exacerbations (Source: Phytotherapy Research).
      Antioxidant Properties: Enhanced Antioxidant Activity: Andrographis is rich in antioxidants, which can help combat oxidative stress. Antioxidant enzymes in the body may increase by up to 40% with supplementation (Source: Journal of Natural Science, Biology, and Medicine).
      Antibacterial Effects: Antibacterial Activity: Andrographis extracts have demonstrated antibacterial effects against various pathogens, including E. coli and Staphylococcus aureus (Source: Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry).
      Fever Reduction: Fever Relief: Andrographis supplementation may lead to a significant reduction in fever duration and severity (Source: Acta Medica Indonesiana).
      Cancer Support: Inhibition of Cancer Cell Growth: Some studies suggest that Andrographis extracts can inhibit the growth of cancer cells, with a 50% reduction in tumor size (Source: Cancer Letters).
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  • Urolithin A

    Promotes overall health and wellness. 1 can of Age No More contains less than 100mcg of Urolithin A.

    Urolithin A is naturally produced by gut bacteria. Urolithin A could help in neutralizing harmful free radicals and reduce oxidative stress. Urolithin A may also promote overall wellness. There is some animal research (C elegans) indicating that Urolithin A might have a role in promoting longevity.

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