Unique Properties & Ingredients of Think (Continued from last month) by Solex and Rebecca McQuilty

The ingredients in ‘Think’ by Solex may improve brain function and reduce age-related decline in brain function. Think provides essential benefits for memory function by simultaneously supporting the reduction of oxidative damage and inflammation as well as improving neuronal membrane function and restoring the levels of acetylcholine, a key to Think’s formulation.  

  •    Think includes activators of Nrf2 – Nrf2 activators are antioxidant-making powerhouses. Examples of Nrf2 include curcumin, sulforaphane, resveratrol, and naringenin. They help the cell recognise oxidative damage and turn on the body’s defence—commonly resulting in increasing the levels of antioxidant enzymes and detoxifying enzymes, which are essential for protecting neurons against damage produced by free radicals and pro-inflammatory toxic chemicals.
  •    Think includes ingredients that may improve brain function and support the prevention of dementiain chemical- and genetic-induced animal Alzheimer’s models. 
  •    The brain has the highest levels of polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are easily damaged by free radicals. Coupled with Think, Solex is introducing OMEGA PRO: A highly absorbable polyunsaturated omega-3-fatty acid that is sourced naturally from Antarctic Krill. OMEGO PRO assists in repairing or replacing damaged membranes of neurons.  When coupled with Think, OMEGA PRO prepares the path for the highly successful impact of precisely designed ingredients for excellent brain health. 
  •    Think includes ingredients that would increase and decrease the expression of microRNAs where needed.  MicroRNAs are small non-coding RNAs that help regulate gene expression. These microRNAs protect neurons by reducing the levels of those proteins that damage them and enhancing the levels of those proteins that protect them.

Curcumin & Resveratrol

Resveratrol and curcumin work together to help protect nerve cells by reducing oxidative damage and pro-inflammatory toxic chemicals, as well as by altering the expression of different microRNAs. These microRNAs reduce the levels of cell death, enhancing the levels of cell-protecting proteins.

Curcumin is a bioactive compound extracted from turmeric. Taking turmeric by itself is very good and a great spice for a healthy diet. The primary antioxidative benefit comes from a part of the turmeric that must be pulled – commonly, 2-8% of turmeric is the bioactive compound curcumin.

Resveratrol comes from a group of compounds called polyphenols (micronutrients that naturally occur in plants). Of the agreed-upon benefits Resveratrol has for heart disease and diabetes, we included it in Think for the protection it can provide for nerve cells and its ability to fight off amyloid plaque in the brain cells that disrupt clear thinking, memory, and more. 

Coenzyme Q10 

Several studies focused on Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) show that mitochondrial dysfunctions are associated with neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and Parkinson’s disease (PD). Mitochondrial dysfunction releases free radicals and cell death-causing proteins, all of which contribute to the death of nerve cells.  CoQ10 is required by the mitochondria for generating energy in the cell and for cell function

CoQ10 is known to decrease with age, thus we can readily associate many brain function challenges with aging.  Think is designed with mitochondrial strengthening amounts of CoQ10 to further support and assist in improving the energy-producing ability of the mitochondria.  A co-sponsored study between several Neurochemistry, Neurology centres, hospitals, and Harvard Medical School shows strong support for oral supplementation of CoQ10 to impact antioxidant protection, damage correction, and improved functioning.

Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) 

Niacinamide (vitamin B3), an inhibitor of histone deacetylase, increased histone acetylation and enhanced memory in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease. Supplementation with nicotinamide preserved mitochondrial function, and reduced accumulation of amyloid beta-peptides (a recognised critical initiator that triggers the progression of AD via accumulation and aggregation) and phosphorylation of tau protein (which led to neurofibrillary degeneration – a tangling of the fibril) in a mouse model of AD. Niacinamide also protected beta-amyloid peptides-induced neurodegeneration by reducing oxidative stress and improving mitochondrial function. Nicotinamide reduced glutamate-induced toxicity, and preserved NAD to support SIRT1 (silent information regulator 1) activity.


Phosphatidylserine (PS) is needed for normal function of nerve cells and myelin sheath. Structural decline in PS levels in the cell membrane leads to impairment of neurotransmission in older individuals. Supplementation with PS prevented structural deterioration of membranes during aging according to a meta-analysis review of 127 articles. Phosphatidylserine is absorbed efficiently and crosses the blood-brain barrier easily. In addition, PS is also linked to improvement in the memory of Alzheimer’s disease patients, older individuals with memory problems, and attention deficit disorders in children. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), a component of omega-3-fatty acids, improved the neuroprotective action of PS in the brain and oxidative stress.

Lion’s Mane Mushroom 

Lion’s Mane Mushroom (LM) has been shown to assist in repairing nerve damage and early gene expression involved in regeneration. Lion’s Mane Mushroom appears to significantly improve depressive disorders through modulating the serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine, epinephrine, and/or histamine neurotransmitter systems in the brain and anti-inflammatory pathways.

Rhodiola Rosea

Studies have shown that taking Rhodiola Rosea (RR) improves learning and function. Rhodiola Rosea can improve learning and memory function through antioxidant, cholinergic regulation (which is long-term memory consolidation), anti-apoptosis activities (proper molecular steps that lead to cell death – essentially, supporting the correct process to retire cells that have maximized their life and contribution within the brain), anti-inflammatory, improving coronary blood flow, and cerebral metabolism. 

To find out more about Think, or Solex frequency bio resonance or to book a psychic counselling session with Rebecca please visit: www.frequencysoulcollective.com

Bec McQuilty

Bec McQuilty is a psychic counsellor/kinesiologist & founder
of Frequency Soul Collective. She loves sharing about all areas
of bio resonance, frequency & energy.

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