Redox Technology Facts

How did ASEA develop redox technology?

Knowing that supplementing the body’s native supply of redox signaling molecules would optimize cellular function and overall health and wellness, the fundamental goal of the company was to recreate these molecules outside the human body and produce them in a consumable product.

Working with a team of researchers, the company partners commissioned them to develop this pioneering product concept with a three-fold mission: further the stability of the redox signaling molecules in the product, identify and facilitate safety testing and quality control, and commercialize the product so it could be produced in large amounts.

After extensive research and laboratory testing, the breakthrough came. The product that would come to be protected by multiple patents now not only contained active redox signaling molecules, they were shelf-stable and could be taken to the masses. Just by existing, this new product had created an entirely new category in health and wellness.

In 2014, the company introduced RENU 28, a revitalizing whole-body skin gel that also leverages the benefits of redox signaling molecules from the outside in. Both of ASEA’s products are produced in its 33,000 square foot state-of-the-art production facility.

What technology is patented?

ASEA’s foundational technology is completely protected by several U.S. patents. ASEA’s patented the process and has made the product available in two forms – ASEA Redox Supplement and RENU 28.

How do I know that redox signaling products are safe?

Redox signaling is a safe and natural process that occurs in every cell of our bodies. The redox signaling molecules in ASEA products are native to the body and assimilated easily, and numerous studies have shown that ASEA’s products are safe and effective.

Has redox signaling technology been approved by the FDA?

Redox signaling technology has not been evaluated by the FDA. However, ASEA manufacturing is FDA registered, NSF certified, and meets all FDA Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). NSF International’s GMP Registration Program enables manufacturers to become independently registered by NSF to meet GMP requirements. The program is open to manufacturers of dietary supplements who want to demonstrate their commitment to public safety. These GMP requirements are listed in Section 8 of NSF/ANSI 173, which is the only accredited American National Standard in the dietary supplement industry developed in accordance with the FDA’s 21 CFR part 111.

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