We don’t add something to our aloe vera gel just for having a good looking, better taste or fancy exotic name aloe vera gel.

The second active ingredient synergizes with our active aloe vera gel and gives multiple health benefits than taken alone

For example, our aloe vera gel synergy with wild greek Safran is famous for health benefits and not for the good taste.

Or our aloe vera gel synergy with organic honey has 250 grams of honey per liter in order to give real synergistic effects, not 1 or 3 %  like other similar products in the market


What exactly is the Panda Nutrition’s aloe vera gel synergy innovation

Generally, synergy is defined as the interaction of two or more agents to produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their individual effects

The understanding of synergy is complicated. There are two main categories of synergy based on the mode of actions

The first type of synergy describes two or more agents that work on the same receptors or biological targets that result in enhanced therapeutic outcomes through their positive interactions.

The second type of synergy results from interactions between two or more agents during their pharmacokinetic processes (absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination) leading to changes of the agents quantitatively in the body and hence their therapeutic effects

The complex synergistic interactions of aloe vera synergy products among the active aloe vera gel and honey or blueberry or mastic oil or wild greek safran  in simple formulations are believed to be able to enhance the bioavailability of active components and promote therapeutic effects

It is important not to confuse the synergistic effect of aloe vera gel synergy products with the additive effect.

Our laboratories in cooperation with medical researchers and medical universities develop new synergy formulas.

In Panda Nutrition’s aloe vera gel synergy products , synergy occurs when the active ingredients of our aloe vera gel with carefully chosen greek nature’s treasures are combined to produce a total effect that is greater than the sum of the individual agents, while an additive effect is an add up of individual effects where each individual agent is not affecting the other (no interactions).