Bock Nutritionals Science & Manufacturing
The science behind our supplements consists of studies, research, and testing that allows us to deliver the highest-pharmaceutical grade supplement formulas. We aren't fancy, we're just quality.
Curious About Quality?
Our supplements have been designed in a highly-regulated and quality-manufacturing facility. Our manufacturer has a quality control department that tests and verifies the identity, purity, potency, and composition of all raw materials when they come in, and all finished products before they leave the facility. Our manufacturer requires regular, independent, third-party testing to verify our formulas meet the stringent standards of use for quality and purity. Each of our formulas are 100% compliant with the ingredients listed on the label, meets or exceeds GMP quality standards, and undergoes rigorous testing. In addition below are some of our manufacturers certificates of quality:
IFOS & IKOS
These two organizations that are manufactured has been certified by verify active ingredients such as omega-3 fatty acids, test for environmental contaminants and harmful chemicals that can be present as a result of the ecosystem, and test stability or shelf life of the product.
Our manufacturer maintains the prestigious NSF registration that requires regular on-site inspections of our manufacturing facility to make sure that we are complying with the very strict standards for product and ingredient quality and safety.
The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is considered to be the toughest regulatory agency in the world, and approval—conducted at a pharmaceutical-level standard—is the most difficult to obtain in the industry. Our manufactured has obtained this approval since 2015.
Some of Our Ingredients
To date, BCM-95 is backed by more than 21 published studies and over 12 years of research conducted around the world. Unlike many commercially available curcumin formulas, the bioavailability, safety, and efficacy of BCM-95 curcumin has been demonstrated in numerous preclinical and human studies. The following areas illustrate the massive body of research behind BCM-95 in relation to common health concerns: colon health[13-17], mood and stress[5,18-20], cognitive health, joint health[2,21], urinary health, cytokine modulation[23,24], prostate health[25-27], breast health, and cardiovascular health.*
As an important herbal remedy in TCM, ginseng has been used for thousands of years, primarily for energy production. The main active agents have been identified as ginsenosides, and they are the focus of much published research. Experimental models show that ginseng and ginsenosides have beneficial effects in supporting the adrenal glands; protecting the gastric mucosa; and supporting healthy body weight, blood hormones, and the gene expression of catecholamine-synthesizing enzymes.[11-15] Ginsenosides also have immune-supporting and cytokinemodulating activities.
This adaptogenic herb has been used traditionally in Eastern Europe and Asia for centuries to increase stamina, maintain a healthy mood, support the nervous and immune systems.[8,9] According to Panossian et al, experimental studies performed on isolated organs, tissues, cells, and enzymes demonstrate that rhodiola preparations exhibit adaptogenic effects that support nerve, brain, and heart health and are calming, longevity-enhancing, and central nervous system-stimulating.
Olive Leaf Extract
From the traditional medicinal plant Olea europaea, Olive Leaf Extract is known for its array of healthful attributes, including support for immune and antioxidant activities.In addition, olive leaf may contribute to maintaining healthy gastrointestinal microflora.
Magnolia bark is rich in a biphenol compound called honokiol and its isomer magnolol. In experimental animal studies, these compounds have been shown to enhance the activity of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) A receptors and GABA binding, which may help the body cope with the neurologic effects emotions can have on behavior and well-being.[4,6]
Ginkgo biloba leaf extract contains two main bioactive constituents—ginkgoflavonglycosides (24%) and terpene lactones (6%)—and is used in the formula because of its reported stress-alleviating and memory-supportive effects as well as its ability to support the health and integrity of neurons.