VitraLife Essential Solution

VitraLife Essential Solution

VitraLife consists of a blend of 30 Rare Essential Oils, Botanical Extracts and Herbs.

VitraLife Ultimate Essential Solution is a high efficacy herbal blend made from 100% plant-based nanoceuticals. Nanoceuticals are nutrients that have been reduced into nanoparticles through physical processes. 

Many nutrients and phytochemicals have poor solubility, which decreases their bioavailability. Accordingly, vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals are rarely used in their purest form, and functional ingredients are usually a part of the delivery system. The delivery system functions to transport the nutrient to its desired site. Nanotechnology overcomes this conundrum by providing a more efficient delivery system with the use of nanoemulsions. Nanoemulsions are a class of extremely small emulsion droplets. Nano scale liquid-based formulas allow multiple particles of the active ingredients to penetrate the membrane and support cells throughout the human body.

Create balance in the body by supporting immune, endocrine, and lymphatic systems

VitraLife’s ingredients consist of 100% organic natural extracts. This special formula is extracted from Medicinal Plants, Natural Organic Fruit, Spice, Herbs and Essential Oils. All the components are sourced from the finest organic sources around the world.

Key Ingredients

Listed below is some of the ingredients contained in VitraLife’s propriety blend. The suggested benefits listed for the various components is compiled from and  Clink on the component below to scroll to the benefits.

Frankincense, Myrrh, Oregano, Coconut, Lavender, Cedar, Geranium, Purple Corn, Amygdalin, Sesame Seed, Reishi, Turmeric, Fulvic, Guarana, Cinnamon, Lemon Grass, Garlic, Clove, Neem, Ginger, Peppermint and more. 

Please consult a medical practitioner or a doctor for medical advice.


Also known as olibanum, frankincense comes from trees in the Boswellia family. Boswellia trees are native to Oman and Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula and in Somalia in northeastern Africa.

Frankincense oil is prepared by the steam distillation of gum resin from the Boswellia tree.

Much is still being learned about the health benefits of frankincense, but doctors like the signs they see early in their research and believe it could have some good uses. Those uses could grow over time.

Frankincense, along with myrrh, has been prescribed in traditional Chinese medicine and administered for treatment of blood stagnation and inflammation diseases in addition to pain relief and swelling.

A study done by nine doctors in China revealed frankincense and myrrh may help in the treatment of cancer. Specifically, boswellic acid might prevent cancer cells from spreading

In another study discussed in a Cancer journal article in 2011, patients with brain tumors took 4.2 grams of frankincense or a placebo each day. Sixty percent of the group taking frankincense had reduced fluid in their brain, compared to 26% of the people given the placebo.

Research by eight doctors revealed that the compounds found in frankincense prevent the production of leukotrienes, which cause bronchial (throat) muscles to constrict in people who have asthma. Seventy percent of participants in one study of people with asthma said they experienced improvements with their symptoms, including wheezing and shortness of breath, after receiving 300 milligrams of frankincense daily for a month and a half.

The prevention of those leukotrienes that helps ease symptoms of asthma also plays a role in helping people with arthritis. Arthritis is a disease that causes inflammation and pain in joints such as the fingers, knees, and feet. Leukotriene compounds cause this inflammation.

Participants in one study were given 1 gram of frankincense extract per day for eight weeks. Those participants said they felt less joint swelling and pain than those who were given a placebo. In addition to that, they reported a better range of motion, and they walked farther than patients who received the placebo.

The boswellic acids that come from frankincense have good antibacterial properties, which help prevent and treat oral (mouth-related) infections. In one study, high school students with were given gum that contained 100 milligrams of frankincense extract or 200 milligrams of frankincense powder. They chewed the gum for two weeks, and both gums were reported to be more effective at reducing signs of gingivitis than a placebo.

The previously mentioned anti-inflammatory properties of frankincense also help to reduce symptoms of diseases based in the stomach, including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

One study involving people who had chronic diarrhea gave those people either 1,200 milligrams of Boswellia or a placebo each day. Six weeks into the study, the people who had used Boswellia had cured their problem at a better rate than those who had used the placebo.


Myrrh oil is one of the oldest essential oils in recorded history. It’s mentioned in Biblical texts, it’s an important part of Ayurvedic medicine in India, and it’s been found in ancient Egyptian tombs that are more than 2,000 years old. It’s known for its rich, smokey, and sweet scent, and science is beginning to study it for potential health benefits.

Science has begun to find that myrrh oil may actually provide benefits for some conditions. However, studies have also found that myrrh oil on its own should not be consumed. In fact, like most essential oils, myrrh oil can be toxic if consumed.

Myrrh oil appears to contain compounds that can help reduce the chemicals that cause inflammation in the body. These chemicals can trigger chronic swelling and pain. As a result, certain myrrh oil extracts are being studied as potential treatments for inflammatory conditions such as arthritis.

Studies also suggest that certain myrrh oil extracts can significantly reduce pain from headaches, sore muscles, and sore backs. The compound furanodiene, which is found in myrrh oil, appears to help reduce pain significantly in many pathologies.

One study showed that using a mouthwash that contained myrrh as an active ingredient helped reduce oral sores and pain in more than 80% of patients. However, it’s important to note that this was due to direct contact between the myrrh and the sores, not because of swallowing the mouthwash.


Oregano is an herb that’s commonly used in cooking. Oil extracted from its leaves has a long history of medicinal uses.

Over the centuries, it has been used to treat a variety of ailments, including snake and spider bites, respiratory troubles, and menstruation problems. Today, it is marketed for the treatment of a long list of health conditions.

A rich source of antioxidants, oil of oregano can help to repair the body’s cells and reduce the rate of aging and the risk of some diseases. Oregano contains pyridoxine, also known as vitamin B6, which is necessary for healthy blood vessels and skin. 

Oregano oil has been found to support healthy cholesterol levels. A study of 48 people who took a small amount of oregano oil after each meal showed a significant reduction in their LDL cholesterol (“bad cholesterol), which is one of the main causes of the clogged arteries that can lead to heart disease.

Oil of oregano is commonly used to treat digestive problems like abdominal cramps, bloating, irritable bowel syndrome, among others. While more research continues, experts have found that oregano is high in carvacrol. This is known to be effective against types of bacteria that cause digestive discomfort.

Oil of oregano is very high in thymol, an organic compound also found in thyme and other herbs. Researchers have linked thymol with treatments for various kinds of fungal conditions affecting the skin, including toenail fungus, yeast infections, athlete’s foot, and others. 


Coconut oil has properties that can help treat many different health conditions, from hair and skin damage to poor cognitive function and metabolism.

Lauric acid is a type of saturated fat found in coconut oil, and in fact, this oil contains the highest levels of lauric acid in a natural source. Studies have shown that lauric acid travels to the liver and is converted into energy instead of being stored in your body as fat, which could potentially help in weight loss.

Not all cholesterol is bad. Coconut oil has been found to increase levels of HDL cholesterol, also known as “good cholesterol,” in some women, while lowering the bad type, LDL cholesterol.

More research is needed to fully link consuming coconut oil to better cognitive function. However, the chemicals found in the oil, particularly ketones, have been associated with reducing Alzheimer’s disease symptoms by providing other energy sources for damaged brain cells.


Lavender is an herb native to the Mediterranean region. It is commonly used to flavor foods and beverages and as a fragrance in soap and other cosmetic products. Lavender is also one of the most widely grown essential oil crops in the world. This product, which is also referred to as lavender aromatherapy oil, is typically made by distilling the herb’s dried flowers with steam. 

Essential oils are too strong to use in their pure form. They are usually diluted with other oils, creams, or gels to reach a solution that contains a small percentage of the essential oil.


Cedarwood essential oil is steam-distilled from the wood chips or sawdust of the cedar tree. Animal studies have found that cedarwood can bring down pain, swelling, and inflammation.

Animal studies also showed that cedrol found lowered anxiety by boosting brain chemicals. One study even showed that people who inhaled cedrol had lower blood pressure and breathing rates, suggesting a relaxing effect.  Test tube research shows that Atlas cedar essential oil has antibiotic activity against some bacteria, including Escherichia coli.‌


Geranium essential oil is derived by steam distillation of the leaves of Pelargonium graveolens, a plant species native to South Africa. According to folklore, it was used for a wide range of health conditions.

Geranium oil is grown in many regions, including Europe and Asia. There are many varieties and strains of the pink flower with a fresh, floral fragrance. Each variety differs in scent, but is near-identical in terms of composition, benefits, and uses.

Geranium essential oil has long been used in Tunisia as a folk remedy treatment to reduce hyperglycemia. An animal study found that daily, oral administration significantly reduced glucose levels in rats. Researchers suggested that geranium essential oil may be beneficial for alleviating high blood sugar in people with diabetes, but also indicated that further study is needed.

Certain neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) are associated with varying degrees of neuroinflammation. A study found that high concentrations of citronellol, a component of geranium essential oil, inhibited nitric oxide production, reducing inflammation and cell death in the brain. According to researchers, geranium essential oil might have benefits for people with neurodegenerative diseases that include neuroinflammation.

Geranium essential oil has been used to treat health conditions for centuries. There is scientific data indicating that it may be beneficial for a number of conditions, such as anxiety, depression, infection, and pain management. It’s thought to have antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.

purple corn

One of the most widely-consumed foodstuffs in Peruvian cuisine, Purple Corn has been cultivated in Peru for thousands of years. It has been used since pre-Inca times and is found in different ceramic objects of culture dating back over 2,500 years. 

Interestingly, if you take Purple Corn and plant it outside of Peru it loses its purple color. Some scientists say the harsh environment of the Peruvian Andes, which rises 10,000 to 15,000 above sea level, forced this corn to fight for survival and increase its immunity capacity through evolution. This in turn led to the production of massive amounts of anthocyanins – the phytonutrients responsible for its deep purple colour.

A 2004 study published in “The Journal of Nutrition” found that one particular anthocyanin found in Purple Corn – CG3 – has the potential to fight obesity and diabetes. CG3 is reported to be one of the most powerful antioxidants in existence, coming out top when tested against 13 other anthocyanins in the ORAC (oxygen radical absorbance capacity) assay, which tests for antioxidant activity.

Another antioxidant making waves in nutritional circles is a hydroxybenzoic acid in purple corn – protocatechuic acid – which has been recently linked to the strong antioxidant activity in this corn variety.

In a study conducted at The Tokai Gakuen University in Japan, it was confirmed that there was an anti-inflammatory response to CG3. Further statements based on results of these studies indicate that, “it is possible that this plant pigment may also suppress the inflammatory response in diseases marked with inflammation”. The 2007 issue of the “Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology” reported that the anthocyanins in Purple Corn lowered blood pressure and heart rate in hypertensive rats.

Scientists from Hallym University in Korea found that antioxidant properties in purple corn extract were able to prevent the hardening of the blood vessels in the kidneys – a process called “glomerulosclerosis” – which is often associated with diabetes. This can cause kidney failure if left unchecked.

amygdalin (B17)

Amygdalin is a compound found in the pits or seeds of apricots, apples, peaches, plums, red cherries, and other fruits. It’s also in bitter almonds.

A partly man-made, purified form of amygdalin, known as Laetrile, was patented in the 1950s and became a popular alternative cancer treatment during the 1960s and ’70s.

Many websites tout the benefits of amygdalin (also called nitriloside, purasin, and vitamin B17) for cancer. Though these sites post stories of personal successes after using it, the scientific proof is still laking.

The way your intestines break amygdalin down makes cyanide, which supposedly kills harmful cancer cells. Some people have also suggested that it teams up with enzymes in cancer cells to destroy them. Others say the cancer was caused because you didn’t have enough “vitamin B17”. Some suggest the chemical has a slight effect on certain kinds of cancer cells, but more research is required to make definitive conclusions.

Ganoderma Lucidum

Ganoderma lucidum is an edible medicinal mushroom known as “Lingzhi” in China and “Reishi or Manetake” in Japan.

One of the most important effects of the reishi mushroom is that it can boost your immune system. While some details are still uncertain, test-tube studies have shown that reishi can affect the genes in white blood cells, which are critical parts of your immune system. What’s more, studies have found that some forms of reishi may alter inflammation pathways in white blood cells.

Research in cancer patients has shown that some of the molecules found in the mushroom can increase the activity of a type of white blood cell called natural killer cells. Natural killer cells fight infections and cancer in the body. Another study found that reishi can increase the number of other white blood cells (lymphocytes) in those with colorectal cancer.

Although most immune system benefits of reishi mushroom have been seen in those who are ill, some evidence has shown that it can help healthy people, too. Reishi impacts white blood cells and immune function.

sesame seed

There is a reason people have been growing sesame seeds around the world since prehistoric times—they are good for you in a number of ways. 

Sesame seeds contain lignans and phytosterols, which are plant compounds that can help lower cholesterol. Phytosterols are also believed to enhance your immune response and decrease your risk of certain cancers. These and other substances in sesame seeds are also known to prevent high blood pressure.

The sesamin and sesamolin in sesame seeds are known for their antioxidant and antibacterial properties. Antioxidants are important to your health because they protect your body against various diseases by slowing down damage to cells. The antibacterial activity of sesame seeds is proven to fight against staph infections and strep throat as well as common skin fungi, such as athlete’s foot.

Research shows that the oil of sesame seeds enhances the effectiveness of traditional type 2 diabetes medications when they are taken together. 

Turmeric (Curcumin)

Curcumin is the main active ingredient in turmeric. Turmeric has been reported to have many health benefits. Its use as a medicine dates back nearly 4000 years. Over the past few decades, modern medicine has increased research into turmeric’s reputation for healing. Curcumin is at the heart of the research, as it’s the source of many of turmeric’s healthful properties.

Curcumin has been shown to help with the painful symptoms of both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. This is due in large part to its anti-inflammatory properties. Inflammation can manifest as redness, swelling, warmth in the affected joints, joint pain, and joint stiffness. Several studies have shown curcumin to be effective for reducing these inflammation symptoms.

Several studies have shown curcumin to be beneficial in managing inflammatory and degenerative eye disorders. While the study sizes have been relatively small, they indicate curcumin may be good for keeping eyes healthy and treating some eye diseases.

Research has shown curcumin may be beneficial for your kidneys. Specifically, curcumin may help in healing acute kidney injuries and increasing antioxidants.

There’s not enough evidence to prove that curcumin can prevent or treat cancer. However, there are several studies currently ongoing that are aimed at better understanding curcumin’s potential in this area. Some research shows it may reduce the ability of cancer cells to multiply.

fulvic acid

Fulvic acid has been well studied for its effects on immune health and inflammation. Research indicates that it may bolster your body’s defense against illnesses.

Test-tube and animal studies show that fulvic acid may improve disease resistance, increase your immune defenses, fight inflammation, and enhance antioxidant activity — all of which may bolster immune health.

Fulvic acid may be especially useful for reducing inflammation, which negatively affects immune response and is linked to numerous chronic diseases.

Some research suggests that fulvic acid may promote brain health. Animal studies note that shilajit can improve outcomes after traumatic brain injury by reducing swelling and pressure in the brain. Test-tube studies show that fulvic acid strongly interferes with the clumping of certain proteins that accelerate brain ailments like Alzheimer’s disease.

Fulvic acid may offer several other health benefits: May lower cholesterol, May improve muscle strength. May boost cellular function. May have anticancer properties. May enhance gut health.


Guarana (Paullinia cupana) is a plant native to the Amazon. It is a common ingredient of energy drinks and can be unsafe in large amounts.

Guarana contains caffeine. Caffeine works by stimulating the central nervous system, heart, and muscles. Guarana also contains theophylline and theobromine, which are chemicals similar to caffeine.

People take guarana by mouth for obesity, athletic performance, mental performance, to increase energy, and for many other reasons, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.

Guarana is loaded with compounds that have antioxidant properties. Antioxidants are important because they neutralize potentially harmful molecules called free radicals. These molecules can interact with parts of your cells and cause damage linked to aging, heart disease, cancers and other diseases.


Cinnamon, from the bark of the cinnamon tree, has long been used as both a spice and a traditional medicine. As a supplement, you’ll find it in capsules, teas, and extracts. So far, doctors don’t recommend it for any health issues. Although research suggests interesting possibilities, there’s more work to be done.

Several studies of adults and animals with diabetes have found that cinnamon can help lower blood sugar. An essential oil in cinnamon called cinnamaldehyde can target your fat cells and make them burn more energy, according to a lab study. 

In studies using animals or cells grown in labs, cinnamon has shown promise for its ability to slow cancer growth and even kill tumor cells. We need well-run studies of humans to know what role, if any, cinnamon could play in curing or preventing cancer.

Several studies suggest that eating cinnamon every day for 3 months can bring your systolic blood pressure (the top number) down by as much as 5 points. In a lab setting, cinnamon stopped the buildup of a brain protein that’s a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease.

It turns out that cinnamon was a top inflammation-fighter in a recent laboratory study that looked at 115 foods. Since inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis become more common as you age, more research could support using cinnamon as a natural remedy for older adults to help with these types of conditions.

lemon grass

Lemongrass is a tropical, grassy plant used in cooking and herbal medicine. Extracted from the leaves and stalks of the lemongrass plant, lemongrass oil has a powerful, citrus scent. It’s often found in soaps and other personal care products.

Lemongrass oil can be extracted, and it’s been used by healthcare providers to treat digestive problems and high blood pressure. It has many other potential health benefits, too.

In fact, lemongrass essential oil is a popular tool in aromatherapy to help relieve stress, anxiety, and depression. Some research has shown that lemongrass essential oil has powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antifungal, and astringent abilities. 


Garlic (Allium sativum) is an herb related to onion, leeks, and chives. It is commonly used for conditions related to the heart and blood system. Garlic produces a chemical called allicin. This is what seems to make garlic work for certain conditions. Allicin also makes garlic smell.

People commonly use garlic for high blood pressure, high levels of cholesterol or other fats in the blood, and hardening of the arteries. It is also used for the common cold, osteoarthritis, and many other conditions.

Garlic is possibly effect for: A painful uterine disorder (endometriosis). Hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis). Taking garlic powder by mouth seems to reduce pre-meal blood sugar levels by a small amount in people with or without diabetes. High levels of cholesterol or other fats (lipids) in the blood (hyperlipidemia), taking garlic by mouth daily for at least 8 weeks might reduce total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein (LDL, “bad” cholesterol).

Taking garlic by mouth seems to reduce systolic blood pressure.




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