Medox research and relevant structure-function claims
Most of these studies include Delphinidin, Cyanidin, or the collective anthocyanins. In Medox, Delphinidin 3-glucoside (D3G) and Cyanidin 3-Glucoside (C3G), the catechol structure anthocyanins, are highest in concentration, with 15 other anthocyanins also present in each 80 mg cap sourced from wild bilberries and black currants. Since this is an ongoing compilation, some categories have more research links than others. Medox clinical trials are primarily on inflammation, oxidation, lipids/lipoproteins, and arterial endothelial function. Studies on Medox have occurred over 15 years of Medox use in Scandinavia, the EU and other countries. Trials have been performed in Norway, the US, Canada, Italy, China, and Australia Because anthocyanins including D3G and C3G are being investigated and used clinically, I’ve included many relevant links.
Click here for a NPR recent feature on reconstructing anthocyanins.
Understand that Medox is not made in a lab. It is completely non-GMO and natural, containing pure pigments from berries.
“I’m convinced that it does have health benefits,” says Koffas, a researcher from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York.
Supports cardiovascular and neurological health*
Supports optimal immune function*
Protects the aging eye*
Supports mood and memory*
Provides antioxidant activity*
Modulates inflammatory response function*
Encourages proper blood circulation*
Promotes proper cell behavior*
Nourishes reproductive health*
Maintains healthy blood pressure already in the normal range*
Promotes healthy lipid metabolism*
Supports healthy lung and bronchial function*
Provides seasonal respiratory support*
Optimizes body composition*
Builds strength and endurance*
Supports bone health*
Optimizes recovery time*
Supports healthy liver function*
*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.
Michael C. Altman, RH (AHG), CN
Adjunct professor of nutrition and environmental health, Southern Oregon University
Certified Nutritionist, Registered Herbalist (American Herbalists Guild)
Medox importer and distributor