Introduction of Product


Epigenetics affects your future
Phytochemicals bring you a healthier and more prosperous life

Benefiting from over ten thousand different plants, in pursuit of the most ideal combination of plant biochemistry. Dr. Joe E. Guarnera, a leader in the field of epigenetics for over forty years, has assembled three combinations of research into the top nutritional supplement. This includes the exclusive '9 Types of Natural Plant Extracts' formula, 13 'JoeSyn,' and 5 'JoeMaF,' guiding you towards a healthier and more prosperous future.

Product Name JoeGenEx® [Powdered Food]
Ingredients Trehalose, Turmeric powder, Inulin, Resistant dextrin, Maltodextrin, Rakanka Lo han kuol extract, Camellia extract, Citric acid, Guaranal extract, Natural flavour (Orange, Peach, Lime), Silicon dioxide, Lemon juice powder, Citrus Iyo, Bilberry extract powder, Grapes extract, Ginseng radix extract, Tomato powder, Apple, Grapefruit, Pineapple, Muscat, Peach, Blueberry, Blackcurrant, Raspberry, Red chokeberry, Papaya extract powder, Pear, Acai extract powder, Citrus tamurana, Noni powder, Sea buckthorn extract powder, Mangosteen extract powder, Lycii fructus, Pomegranate extract powder, Phyllanthus emblica L. (Emblica officinalis Graertn.) extract powder, Rose flowers extract powder, West Indian cherry, Grape, Lingonberry, Citrus depressa, Aloe powder, Wakame extract powder, Maqui berry, Cherry blossom flower (Sakura) extract powder, Strawberry, Vitamin B3
Content 15 sachet/pack
Direction of use About 1 to 2 sachets a day, just drink it with water.


  • Boost the immune system
  • Anti-oxidation effect
  • Anti-inflammatory effect
  • Reduce the risk of cancer and allergic attacks
  • Improve vitality and relieve fatigue


【Precaution step】
  • Please use it as soon as possible after opening to avoid affecting the quality. In case of physical incompatibility, please stop using it immediately.
  • This product uses natural raw materials, so there may be differences in color and taste. However, there is no problem with the ingredients and safety, so please feel free to use it.
  • Please confirm the ingredients and do not use if there is any concern that it may cause allergies.
  • Those who are taking medication, seeking medical treatment regularly, and those who are pregnant or breastfeeding should consult a physician before use.
  • Please keep it out of reach of children.



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