Super Health Sprays utilise highly effective instant-mist technology. When you spray the solution in your mouth, the nutrients are rapidly absorbed as their molecules quickly penetrate the membrane inside the mouth (Buccal Mucosa). From there, they enter the blood vessels and are distributed through the bloodstream. This process only takes a few seconds and bypasses the digestive system, reducing the absorption time and allowing all nutrients to be swiftly carried throughout the body.
Good quality of supplements is associated with their ability to be dissolved and absorbed.
Super Health Sprays Overview
All our spray solutions have been carefully formulated to avoid any side effects. There is no artificial flavours or colors in the sprays. The sprays are free from gluten, starch, or sugar,. Instead, we use Xylitol, known for cavity protection and being safe for diabetics. The flavors are natural mints or fruits. Furthermore, all our vitamin sprays are suitable for vegetarians.
Super Health sprays are designed as a fine mist with emulsion ensuring vitamins and other ingredients can go through the inner lining of the mouth. This enhances absorption and bioavailability of nutrients in the body.
In other words, the mist technology enables nutrients to go through the mucous membrane directly into the bloodstream. You can spray either under your tongue (sublingual) or inside your cheek (buccal).
Studies on mucosa identified it as the most convenient and easily accessible site for therapeutic delivery.
Precision of Dosage
Our sprays are safe and free from any side effects. Unlike tablets, the sprays do not contain any fillers. So, no allergic or nauseous reactions. Additionally, the metal container of the sprays protects their ingredients from oxidation. All nutrients remain potent with a much longer shelf life.
Facts about Buccal Mucosa
First, it possesses a rich blood supply and is relatively permeable, making it a subject of interest for researchers exploring alternative drug administration sites.
Second, access of therapeutic agents directly to the internal jugular vein leads to higher bioavailability. Delivery to the systemic circulation allows to bypass GIT metabolism.
Third, the oral cavity is an attractive choice for nutrient delivery due to its ease of administration, bypassing possible drug degradation in the gastrointestinal tract and first-pass metabolism.
Fourth, studies have revealed that the permeability of water through the buccal mucosa is approximately 10 times higher than that of the skin.
Biokinetics of buccal spray insulin in patients with type 1 diabetes, Metabol. Clin. Exp. 54 (2005) 930-934. Bioavailability of Nutrients: A Practical Approach to In Vitro Demonstration of the Availability of Nutrients in Multivitamin-Mineral Combination Products. J. Nutr. 131:1349S-1350S. Failure of Prescription Prenatal Vitamin Products to Meet USP Standards for Folic Acid Dissolution. J. Am. Pharm Assoc. 37:397-400.
Buccal and Sublingual Absorption
Oral transmucosal absorption is an interesting and simple concept with a massive opportunity for the health industry. Absorption through buccal and sublingual routes has been intensively examined therefore in the next few years there will be more sublingual drug and food supplements offered. Because this method allows to bypass hepatic first pass metabolism, degradation of drug within the gastrointestinal (GI) tract can be avoided.
Case Study: Insulin
Pharmacokinetic studies of buccal insulin spray in patients with Type I diabetes revealed that insulin, delivered through a novel insulin buccal spray, easily passed through the buccal mucosa. It proved that administration of insulin in spray form can be an effective therapeutic alternative to current medication systems for treating diabetes (ref. 1- 2).
Case Study: Nitroglycerin
Nitroglycerin is perhaps the best-known example. In fact, the only way that nitroglycerin is administered is by “oral absorption.” (The first report on the ability to cross the oral mucosa was by Braunton in 1877). There are thousands of published research papers on oral absorption (both buccal and sublingual) of nutrients and drugs.
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