ULTIMATE APOC STACK
Heard the saying ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away’? Apple skins have a plant compound called ursolic acid. The average apple contains 50mg of ursolic acid in its skin. Crafted From Harpē® contains a daily dose of 1.3g of complexed ursolic acid. This is equivalent to eating 26 apples a day. In Ancient Greek mythology, Perseus the son of Zeus used the sword Harpē to slay Medusa. But first, Perseus had to find the nymphs and steal the sword from their garden. The nymphs also guarded the golden apple. APOC believes it is deserving to have this unique apple compound crafted into the sword from the garden of the golden apple.
The famous pharaoh Queen Nefertiti praised asparagus. She revered it as ‘food from the Gods’. Asparagus’ close cousin Smilax sieboldii is famous for its constituent of 5α-hydroxylaxogenin. 5α-hydroxylaxogenin was studied by the Russian scientist Vladimir Syrov. This asparagus family bioactive was nicknamed the Russian secret, whilst Queen Nefertiti’s called asparagus ‘food of the Gods’. APOC has respected our ancestors by developing a superior daily dose of 1.3g of complexed 5α-hydroxylaxogenin into the beverage Nectar Of The Gods®.
Stimulous® is formulated with octopamine, resveratrol from grapes, and our proprietary blend of Citrakoids™. Octopamine is a metabolite of the famous synephrine. Octopamine is produced not only in the fruit of bitter orange but also by the human body. Octopamine is thought to be more active than synephrine.
Chillies contain compounds that give them the heat we all know too well. But did you know that capsicums contain almost identical compounds? The only difference is the capsicum heat-compounds don’t affect your mouth. APOC has delicately crafted these capsicum heat-compounds with resveratrol from grapes, menthol from mint, and our proprietary blend of Citrakoids™ into a beverage that’s just Lipo-licious.
Citrakoids™ are a proprietary blend of citrus alkaloids complexed with our unique food delivery system. Citrus alkaloids are bioactive components of food found in citrus fruit. Citrakoids™ is a sublime blend of synephrine, naringenin, hesperidin, and nootkatone.
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