eLEAD - ROSYTIME
Enjoy the delightful scent of rose together with the goodness of plant-based nutrients. RosyTime contains cactus fruit, acerola cherry, cranberry, and rose among its main ingredients.
Rosytime does not contain preservatives. Hence it may spoil even if it is refrigerated after opening. Thus, we recommend that Rosytime 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.
This product does not contain any animal products or byproducts.
5 packages/box (200ml/package)
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Q： What scientific research is there on cactus fruit?
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： Have any studies been conducted on acerola cherry?
A： According to SELFNutritionData (nutritiondata.self.com), a 100-g serving of acerola cherry contains about 1,677 mg of vitamin C, providing over 2,000% of a person's daily requirement of vitamin C. In addition, scientists discovered that the bioavailability (active component) of the vitamin C in acerola cherry is 1.63 times higher than synthetic vitamin C. Also, according to a study published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, vitamin C is an antioxidant needed by the body.
Q： Can I replenish collagen by applying or eating collagen?
A： Many people attempt to replenish their collagen levels by applying or eating collagen.
However, the collagen molecules in skin care products are too big for the skin to absorb. After collagen is eaten, it is broken down and no longer exists in the body as collagen, so it cannot replace the collagen that the human body produces. Some animal-based foods may be high in collagen, but they are also high in calories, fats, and cholesterol. Thus, the best way to replenish collagen is to consume plants rich in antioxidants—this improves the body's ability to produce collagen. Consuming a wider variety of antioxidants can stimulate higher collagen production in the body.
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