MonaJuventa™ Nu

Turning back the aging clock

MonaJuventa™ Nu is made from the scarlet beebalm (Monarda didyma), which is rich in the antioxidant flavonoid didymin. It is a new generation of healthy aging ingredient, and the first botanical to have amazing impact on key biological aging processes, also described as the hallmarks of aging. This ingredient can turn back the aging clock, therefore is a pioneering active for next generation supplements which target longevity and healthy aging.



​​​​​​Mode of Action

Studies on aging found that genes and biochemical reactions influence how fast we age. By addressing them, the pace of aging can be influenced. MonaJuventa™ Nu has demonstrated in various cellular tests to have this ability and so to slowdown the aging process. It prevented epigenetic aging, telomere shortening, accumulation of senescent cells, as well as protected from oxidative stress, and improved mitochondrial dysfunction.  



  • Healthy aging supplements  
  • Rejuvenation and longevity products 
  • Mitochondrial booster 
  • Alternatives to NMN / NR  
  • Wellbeing support 

Clinical Results

MonaJuventa™ Nu showed impressive improving results on various aging parameters. The most remarkable finding was the slowing down of epigenetic aging by an impressive two years compared to the placebo group. MonaJuventa™ Nu also decreased significantly telomere shortening rate, a key marker of cellular aging. This ingredient also enhanced sleep quality and the “Quality of Life” metric, a method of assessment developed by the World Health Organization, compared to the placebo group.  

Plant Source

MonaJuventa™ Nu is a unique scarlet beebalm (Monarda didyma) extract, rich in didymin. This bioflavonoid is known to boost mitochondrial function. The plant is native to Eastern North America, where native Americans use it as a stimulant, to treat respiratory infections and dental disorders. The spectacularly scarlet showy flower cluster of scarlet beebalm is a rich source of nectar for insects and hummingbirds. The plant has been introduced to Europe in the 18th century, and is now mainly used as herbal tea, herbal syrup and for herbal candies. 



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