The concept of bioavailability as applied to nutrients is critically important for understanding nutrient metabolism, homeostasis and, ultimately, requirements. There are numerous factors that affect bioavailability, such as the chemical form of the nutrient, the food or supplement matrix in which the nutrient is consumed and other foods in the diet. Natural products’ bioavailability.
Traditional Chinese herb also usually used in formulation rather than single herb since they have synergies function to work as a team together to increase the bioavailability. The principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine prescriptions usually contain several different functions herbs called a “fufang”. The formulation is based on the principle of “Jun-Chen-Zuo-Shi (君-臣-佐-使)” based on each ingredient’s function in the formulation. “Jun (君)” ingredient (emperor) treats the main cause of the disease. “Chen (臣)” ingredient (minister) enhances the actions of “Jun” or treats accompanying symptoms. “Zuo (佐)” ingredient (adjuvant) reduces or eliminates possible toxic effects of the Jun or Chen herbs but also treats accompanying symptoms. “Shi (使)” (courier) helps to deliver or guide the other herbs to the target organs.
Traditional TCM also has s special process to boil all the ingredients together for a certain time and take the soup at the end. Scientist researched the process in detail and found the science behind the process because of the natural Nano formulation to help delivery the active ingredients to needed organ and also increase the solubility and bioavailability of the active ingredients in the formulation. According to science approved research, scientists invented the NanoEnhanceTM Natural Nano enhance Products which could use in combination with varies of other ingredients and in different format (capsule, soft jell, powder, drinks et al) to enhance the whole formulation’s solubility and bioavailability.