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Q Sciences Uses Cutting Edge Technology

Qx Technology

QxTechnology is the proprietary, state-of-the-art science and technology behind our innovative products. Each of our products utilizes one or more of our technologies for standout results.

QxT BioSynergy

When taken together in certain ratios and combinations, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals interact to enhance their own effectiveness and potency. Drawing from an extensive knowledge of biological processes and nutrient science, our master formulators use the power of BioSynergy to combine ingredients in innovative formulas that unlock their potential benefits.

QxT Controlled Release

Slow and steady is the key to our controlled release technology. Many supplement tablets break down too quickly in the body, flooding it with nutrients that can’t be effectively absorbed. Our products engineered with QxT Controlled Release technology release in a slow, steady rate over a prolonged period of time, increasing nutrient uptake for better absorption and sustained benefits.

QxT Nano-chelation

Nano-chelation is a process wherein micronutrients that may normally be difficult for the body to digest are bound to proteins and organic molecules. The result is a dramatic increase in bioavailability. Our QxT Nano-chelation process undergoes four steps over an extensive 96-hour process for superior results. Hence the name Q96.

 

Empowerplus Q96- Most Researched And Published Micro Nutrient Formulation In History

Q96 is specifically formulated to provide essential nutritional support to the brain and central nervous system.

Q96 delivers a well-balanced blend of 36 vitamins, minerals, and amino acids to the brain in a safe and effective dose to boost mood stability, mental clarity, and overall brain health in both children and adults. A proprietary 96-hour micronization and nano-chelation process increases the bioavailability of these nutrients for maximum nutrient uptake in the brain.

Q96 has been studied in a variety of human conditions and is backed by scientific research at fourteen universities in four countries, as well as research published in peer-reviewed journals.

Twenty published studies demonstrating effectiveness have led to several ongoing double-blind placebo controlled clinical trials. All research has been conducted independently with no funding from Q Sciences.

CLICK HERE for Q96 Published Empirical Reports and Abstracts

 

Since 1996, scientific researchers and doctors in clinical practice have been studying the effects of Q96™ on mental disorders such as bipolar disorder. Results have been very encouraging and significant.

Dr. Bonnie Kaplan, a respected behavioral research scientist and one of the principal researchers on several of the published studies says, “If substantiated in controlled trials, the normalization of the mentally ill via nutrient supplementation would be the most significant breakthrough in the field of mental illness since the beginning of time.”

 20 medical journal publishing’s on the effectiveness of Q96™.

1. Rodway, M., Vance, A., Watters, A., Lee, H., Elske, B., & Kaplan, B.J. (2012). Efficacy and cost of micronutrient treatment of childhood psychosis. BMJ Case Reports.

2. Frazier, E., Fristad, M., & Arnold, E. (2012). Feasibility of a nutritional supplement as treatment for pediatric bipolar spectrum disorders. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 18(7), 678-685.

3. Rucklidge, J., Andridge, R., Gorman, B., Blampied, N., Gordon, H., & Boggis, A. (2012). Effects of micronutrients on stress and trauma after an earthquake: RCT evidence comparing formulas and doses. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental.

4. Rucklidge, J., & Blampied, N. (2011). Post-Earthquake Psychological Functioning in Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Positive Effects of Micronutrients on Resilience. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 40(4).

5. Rucklidge, J., Johnston, J., Harrison, R., & Boggis, A. (2011). Micronutrients reduce stress and anxiety in adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder following a 7.1 earthquake. Psychiatry Res. 189(2).

6. Rucklidge, J., Johnstone, J., & Harrison, R. (2011). Can micronutrients improve neurocognitive functioning in adults with ADHD and severe mood dysregulation? A pilot study. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 17(2).

7. Simpson, J.S.A., Crawford, S.G., Goldstein, E.T., Field, C., Burgess, E., & Kaplan, B.J. (2011). Safety and tolerability of a complex micronutrient formula used in mental health: A compilation of eight datasets. BMC Psychiatry, 11(62).

8. Rucklidge, J., Taylor, M., & Whitehead, K. (2011). Effect of micronutrients on behavior and mood in adults with ADHD: Evidence from an 8-week open label trial with natural extension. Journal of Attention Disorders, 15(1), 79-91.

9. Rucklidge, J., Gately, D., & Kaplan, B.J. (2010). Database analysis of children and adolescents with Bipolar Disorder consuming a micronutrient formula. BMC Psychiatry, 10(74).

10. Rucklidge, J., & Harrison, R. (2010). Successful Treatment of Bipolar Disorder II and ADHD with a Micronutrient Formula: A Case Study. CNS Spectrums. 15(5), 231-237.

11. Mehl‐Madrona, L., Leung, B., Kennedy, C., Paul, S., & Kaplan, B.J. (2010). Micronutrients versus standard medication management in autism: a naturalistic case-control study. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 20(2), 95-103.

12. Gately, D., & Kaplan, B.J. (2009). Database Analysis of Adults with Bipolar Disorder Consuming a Micronutrient Formula. Clinical Medical Insights: Psychiatry, 2, 3-16.

13. Rucklidge, J. J. (2009). Successful treatment of OCD with a micronutrient formula following partial response to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): a case study. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 23, 836–840.

14. Frazier, E., Fristad, M., & Arnold, L. (2009). Multinutrient supplement as treatment: literature review and case report of a 12-year-old boy with bipolar disorder. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 19(4), 453-460.

15. Kaplan, B.J., Fisher, J.E., Crawford, S.G., Field, C.J., & Kolb, B. (2004). Improved mood and behavior during treatment with a mineral-vitamin supplement: an open-label case series of children. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 14(1), 115‐122.

16. Halliwell, C., & Kolb, B. (2003). Diet can stimulate functional recovery and cerebral plasticity after prenatal cortical injury in rats. Soc Neuro Abs, 29.

17. Kaplan, B.J., Crawford, S.G., Gardner, B., & Farrelly, G. (2002). Treatment of mood liability and explosive rage with minerals and vitamins: two case studies in children. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 12(3), 203-218.

18. Simmons, M. (2003). Nutritional approach to bipolar disorder. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 64(3), 338-339.

19. Popper, C.W. (2001). Do vitamins or minerals (apart from lithium) have moodstabilizing effects? Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 62, 933‐935.

20. Kaplan, B. J., Simpson, J. S. A., Ferre, R. C., Gorman, C., McMullen, D., & Crawford, S. G. (2001). Effective mood stabilization in bipolar disorder with a chelated mineral supplement. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 62, 936‐944.