eLEAD - RHAPSODY
The main ingredients of Rhapsody are cactus and American ginseng. These foods are rich in plant-based nutrients that can benefit overall health in various ways. Rhapsody does not contain preservatives. Hence it may spoil even if it is refrigerated after opening. Thus, we recommend that Rhapsody be consumed soon after opening.
This product does not contain any lactose, milk, or dairy products.
This product does not contain preservatives. Please consume immediately upon opening.
This product has been tested for heavy metals, pesticides, and antibiotics.
We use a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certified facility.
5 packages/box (200ml/package)
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Q： What scientific research is there on cactus?
A： In a study conducted in Italy, consuming 500 g of cactus fruit daily for two weeks helped to improve the oxidative stress status in the human body. Montana State University in the U.S. conducted a study that showed that the polysaccharides in cactus can help regulate the immune system by increasing macrophage activity.
Q： What scientific research is there on the beta-sitosterol in cactus?
A： Research in South Korea has found that the beta-sitosterol in cactus has significant anti-inflammatory effects.
Q： What are the differences between cactus and aloe vera?
A： Although aloe vera resembles cactus, the former is actually a member of the lily family, while cactus is closely related to the rose plant. Aloe vera grows quickly, taking just eight months to mature, while cactus takes many years. Aloe vera is said to be native to North Africa, while cactus is native to the American continents. Aloe vera is darker and has long, flat leaves, while cactus is usually lighter colored with fleshy and swollen stems.
Q： What scientific research is there on American ginseng?
A： Research published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry showed that American ginseng contains at least six major ginsenosides, including Re and Rb1. South Korea's Archives of Pharmacal Research published a study that revealed that Rb1 can help the body fight stress. A study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that ginsenosides in American ginseng can help the body achieve a balanced state. Experimental studies in Taiwan have found that Rb1 can help promote nerve regeneration. Experimental studies also show that Rb1 potentiates nerve growth factors.
Q： What is nerve growth factor (NGF)?
A： Nerve growth factor (NGF) is a protein that is extremely important for the normal development of the brain and nervous system. Research shows that NGF can help regenerate peripheral nerves (the nerves outside the brain and spinal cord). In addition, NGF boosts the survival of neurons. NGF also helps to sheathe neurons in myelin and aids in the repair of myelin.
Q： Is it possible to slow down or even reverse memory loss?
A： The human brain is malleable, even in old age. The following factors can help maintain the health of neurons.
Diet: Eat a balanced diet.
Exercise: Exercise can increase the blood supply to the brain, boost the growth of new neurons, and forge more connections between neurons.
Lifelong Learning: Continuous learning trains brain cells. Picking up a new skill exercises brain cells because new information is processed by the brain.Please refer to the product label for the full list of ingredients. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you have a medical condition, are taking any medication, or if you are pregnant or lactating, please consult your health care professional before taking any products.
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