Last week, we introduce you to two ingredients Q10 and red rice yeast which can be added to Nattokinase to enhance health effects. Today we will introduce another two ingredients you can add to your nattokinase product.
As we all know, Nattokinase is mainly aimed at cardiovascular problems. So, our formula design ideas will start from this aspect. And for the marketing consideration, we won’t use too unfamiliar ingredients which will add difficulties to marketing your product.
Ingredients you can add: Probiotics
Why probiotics? Probiotics are made of good live bacteria and yeasts that naturally live in our bodies. Our intestinal flora is like a small society. If there is an imbalance and there are bad people in it, there will be certain contradictions in society. So as our intestinal flora. To use an analogy, probiotics are like good citizens in the gut. The more you have, the better your inner society will be.
There is currently a lot of research talking about what probiotics can do for our bodies. And how our intestinal flora can affect our overall body health. But the current research has not reached a very mature stage. Some conditions do be helped by increasing the number of probiotics in our body including diarrhea, constipation, IBD, IBS, gum disease, and etc.
One thing we can be sure of is we can increase the number of good microbes directly from foods, drinks, and supplements. Considering that modern people usually eat abnormally, are stressed, and sit in the office for a long time, we combine probiotics and nattokinase. To help high blood pressure, potential thrombosis risk and adjust intestinal flora. We’ve launch this product which includes 100 billion strains (Bifidobacterium longum, Lactobacillus reuteri, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus paracasei, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus casei) and 5000FU Nattokinase.
As for the safety issue, we have launched this product for more than 8 years, and tens of thousands of consumers have consumed it, and there are no obvious side effects in Taiwan.
For the marketing side, there are no products like this now all over the world. So if you are interested in this sample, comment below and let us know!
Ingredients you can add: Salvia miltiorrhiza
Salvia miltiorrhiza is called Danshen in mandarin. It’s originated from Salvia miltiorrhiza, a plant in the Labiatae family, and its medicinal parts include the dry roots and rhizomes of plants. For Asians, that’s a quite familiar ingredient. It is mainly used to treat cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, osteoporosis, hepatitis, cirrhosis, chronic renal failure, pain, and insomnia due to neurasthenia.
One of the major effects of Danshen in traditional Chinese medicine is to prevent blockages and cardiovascular diseases. Its main ingredient, salvianolic acid B magnesium salt, has a strong antioxidant function. And it can eliminate thrombosis and anticoagulants. So it can effectively prevent vascular arteriosclerosis and inhibit abnormal thrombosis in blood vessels.
But Danshen has a cold nature (an attribute in traditional Chinese medicine). If consumed in excess, it may aggravate the body’s coldness, causing symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, and loose stools, and causing damage to the body’s intestines and stomach. And pregnant women and menstruating women also need to pay attention to the dosage.
There is a particularly popular product in Taiwan, which is composed of nattokinase, salvia miltiorrhiza, and rhodiola. Since this ingredient common in China, people are more receptive to it. If you want to sell this in a western country, in our opinion, herbal formula will be the focus of your marketing promotion.
Does this article inspire you? Leave a comment on what you want to add! You can also contact us for more information. Our dietitian and pharmacist will give your more detailed instruction of the blends of ingredients.