Large media outlets and scientific journals have recently been abuzz with the discussion of Elysium Health’s first product, Basis. Many of the company’s reviewers have requested information about the product, its purposes, and the claims made about it by Elysium representatives. These questions can be sufficiently answered by reviewing the large amount of information about the product located on the company’s website. Elysium Health has included the supplement’s purpose, intended results when taken consistently, FDA regulatory information, price points for a subscription, and the results from a clinical trial that test subjects participated in to review the product. Here are the most significant elements of Elysium Health’s first product, Basis.
Basis is a dietary supplement that has been designed to help promote health at the cellular level. The expert scientists at Elysium Health based the development of this product on several years of prior research regarding the coenzyme NAD+. NAD+ is a coenzyme used in many cellular processes, from energy production to circadian rhythm regulation, and it’s present in all living cells. As humans age, NAD+ levels can decrease significantly. The depletion of the NAD+ compound can subsequently affect the processes it is present in. That’s where Basis comes in. Basis utilizes two primary ingredients to increase the levels of NAD+ in the body, thus affecting the cellular processes in which NAD+ is present.
Basis is sold in containers that include 30 capsules each. While consumers can purchase the supplement in its single container form, it can also be ordered in bulk or in a monthly subscription plan. On Elysium Health’s website, consumers can make arrangements for the dietary supplement to be delivered as a one-time, single purchase for $60, a monthly delivery for $50 per month, a 6-month delivery for $270, or a year-long delivery for $480. Deliveries can also be scheduled for more than one bottle of the Basis supplement to be delivered each month.
When taken consistently and as instructed (Elysium recommends taking two capsules each day with or without food), Basis is intended to support cellular health. Internally, the consistent use of the Basis formula should increase NAD+ levels, as demonstrated in a clinical trial conducted by the company earlier this year. Basis customers have already taken to Elysium’s testimonial page to leave stories about their use of the Basis supplement.