Sol Nutrition is proud to share the clinically proven benefits of our herbal formulas, devised by Dr. Jing Liu, who has 30+ years in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Our supplements can have lasting results that will help you achieve a happier, healthier lifestyle. Let us introduce you to some of our favorite ingredients we use in our products.

Dandelion - Can be found in Sol product ( Daily Detox )

Dandelion as in the flower? Yes! The dandelion, a common flower found in many parts of the world, has been used for centuries for its nutritional and medicinal benefits. In fact, the use of dandelion as a medicinal plant dates back to ancient civilizations such as the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. These cultures used dandelion to treat a range of ailments, including digestive issues, skin problems, and inflammation.

Dandelion continued to be used for its nutritional benefits throughout history. In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), dandelion was believed to be beneficial for the liver and to help remove toxins from the body. In Europe, it was used as a tonic for the digestive system and as a blood purifier. Today, dandelion is still used for its nutritional benefits, and is often included in herbal supplements, teas, and tinctures. Dandelion is rich in Vitamin A and C. This herb supports your body's detoxifying enzymes to lessen inflammation. The diuretic and detoxing nature of dandelion helps to regulate hormones facilitating the removal of toxins through sweat, bile, and urine. Dandelion is a widely used herb for detoxing purposes deserving its spot in the Daily Detox formula.

Goji Berry - Can be found in Sol product ( Glisten ‘n’ Glow )

Provides a source of antioxidants and nutrients. Goji Berries are good for eyesight due to their high levels of antioxidants (especially zeaxanthin). Stabilizes blood sugar levels. Improves reproductive function. Goji (Lycium) berries are low in calories and rich in nutrients and can be safely incorporated into your diet for weight loss. Goji (Lycium) berries are rich in vitamins B and C, as well as manganese and fiber, all of which boost energy levels. Goji berries are anti-inflammatory and may help relieve pain (including pain caused by arthritis). Normalize metabolic processes in the body. They are effective in treating infertility. Beneficial nutrients restore reproductive function, improve ovarian function and normalize hormones.
The Goji Berry has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine, where it is known as the "wolfberry". The earliest written records of goji berries date back to the first century AD, when they were included in a bovok on herbal medicine called the "Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing". According to legend, the goji berry was a favorite of the legendary herbalist Li Shizhen, who lived during the Ming Dynasty in the 16th century. Li Shizhen believed that the goji berry had powerful health benefits, and he included it in his famous "Compendium of Materia Medica", a comprehensive encyclopedia of traditional Chinese medicine.
In the 20th century, interest in the goji berry began to spread beyond China. In the 1970s, the goji berry was introduced to the United States and Europe, where it quickly gained popularity as a health food. Today, goji berries are widely available in health food stores and supermarkets around the world, and they are often touted for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. While the scientific evidence for these health benefits is still limited, the goji berry remains a popular superfood with a rich history and cultural significance.

Ginkgo Biloba - Can be found in Sol product ( Calm Focus )

 

Ginkgo Biloba, commonly known as "ginkgo" or "maidenhair tree", is one of the oldest tree species on Earth, dating back over 200 million years. The tree has a long and fascinating history, and its leaves and seeds have been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. In ancient Chinese medicine, ginkgo was used to treat a variety of ailments, including asthma, bronchitis, and bladder problems. It was also believed to enhance memory and improve cognitive function.

Ginkgo was introduced to Europe in the 1700s and quickly became popular as an ornamental tree. In the 1900s, scientists began to study the medicinal properties of ginkgo, and discovered that the leaves contained unique compounds called flavonoids and terpenoids. These compounds are believed to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, and may help to improve circulation and protect the brain from damage. Today, ginkgo is widely used as a dietary supplement, and is believed to have a range of health benefits, including improving memory and cognitive function, reducing anxiety, and improving circulation. While more research is needed to fully understand the effects of ginkgo, its long history of use and promising preliminary research suggest that it may be a valuable plant for promoting health and well-being.

Sol Nutrition is the best vegan supplement you can take. 

Sol Nutrition offers a range of vegan supplements that are made with high-quality ingredients and are backed by clinically proven benefits. From dandelion in the Daily Detox supplement to Goji berries in the Glisten 'n' Glow supplement, and Ginkgo Biloba in the Calm Focus supplement, each of our products is carefully crafted to support your health and wellness. With our commitment to safe and effective formulas and our expertise in Chinese herbal medicine, you can trust Sol Nutrition to help you achieve a happier, healthier lifestyle.

 

Work Cited

“The Dandelion – Circulating Now from NLM.” U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, https://circulatingnow.nlm.nih.gov/2016/06/07/the-dandelion/#:~:text=Native%20to%20Asia%20and%20Europe,liver%20diseases%20and%20digestive%20problems.

Turrell, Claire. “The Berry That Keeps Asia Looking Young.” BBC Travel, BBC, 28 Feb. 2022, https://www.bbc.com/travel/article/20200226-the-berry-that-keeps-asia-looking-young#:~:text=China's%20love%20of%20the%20goji,Shizhen%20in%20the%2016th%20Century

Roger Cohn • May 1, et al. “The Life Story of the Oldest Tree on Earth.” Yale E360, https://e360.yale.edu/features/peter_crane_history_of_ginkgo_earths_oldest_tree

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

February 24, 2023 — Chandler Moncada

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