Nature’s Most Amazing Molecule

Acemannan is mostly made of mannose, which is needed for proper cellular function. Acemannan also supports proper immune function and wound healing. It also has anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory benefits.

About Acemannan

Science — How & Why It Works

Cultures around the world have used Aloe vera for medicinal reasons since the beginning of recorded history. More than $85 million dollars has gone into researching this remarkable plant, making it the most-researched in the world. 

Research also showed it  helps activate and balance gut macrophages, an essential part of our immune system. Since about 70-80% of a person’s immune system lives in the gut, this research caused a huge consumer demand.

The problem is that its active ingredient denatures within days of extraction. This very short shelf-life explains why modern Aloe vera products couldn’t offer the same results as those recorded in ancient times, when only fresh Aloe was used.

In the 1980s, scientists discovered the active molecule in fresh Aloe vera gel and named it Acemannan. They also discovered a way to stabilize this molecule for commercial use.

Key Ingredient

A proprietary formulation of the fractions of Acemannans with the most immune-activating and bioavailable properties, extracted from the inner leaf gel of the Aloe vera plant.

Evolv Immun contains 3-5 more times of these Acemannans than other leading brands.

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* Immune Support (Evolv Immūn), C, P, and A were ranked based on their respective Total Acemannan. Numerous other samples were tested, however they did not qualify for inclusion in the graph because they lacked the full range of immunomodulatory Acemannan. For each sample listed, the Total Acemannan was calculated using the “o-acetyl method,” then checked against the SEC (Size Exclusion Chromatohgraphy) for accuracy The SEC data was also used to determine the <50 kDA and <400 kDa fractions. Both tests were performed by different, independent laboratories using blind samples.