WHAT makes THE RABBIT and the IndS “Intelligent NanoDelivery

System” from Nanoshell Compoany and Maolicare so special?


More than 25 years of experience in the field of nanoscience in the development of nanoparticles for medical use, biochemical detection and consumer products.

Holder of several patents for our technologies. Proudly supported by the National Institutes of Health of the United States.

Nanoshell Company’s and Maolicare’s patented IndS “Intelligent NanoDelivery System” is a science-based approach to nanoparticle development that recognizes there is no “one size fits all” solution for nano-ingredients. How to create the most stable, protective and deliverable package depends on the ingredient, where it will be used and how it will be administered. The best NanoDelivery system for administering an ingredient in a drink is not the same as for topical administration, for example, and the administration of Broad Spectrum CBD is very different from that of vitamins. Thanks to our unique IndS “Intelligent NanoDelivery System” approach and our years of knowledge in the field of nanotechnology, Nanoshell Company / Maolicare products consistently exceed industry standards in terms of stability, effectiveness, ease of use and safety. We stand behind our products. We want our customers to be successful. For more complex situations, we offer custom blending services that allow us to customize the IndS “Intelligent NanoDelivery System” for optimal performance.

Amino acids: You can think of amino acids as the building blocks of proteins. Your body breaks down proteins into amino acids. A quarter of these are burned as energy or excreted. The rest is used to produce the body’s own proteins, which your body needs to function properly.

L-theanine is an amino acid derivative found in the leaves of green and white tea that influences various neurotransmitters in the brain such as dopamine, serotonin and GABA. On the one hand, it provides a calming effect, reducing stress and anxiety, but without making you tired.

Beta-alanine is a non-essential amino acid that is transported to your muscles via the bloodstream. Here, together with L-Histidine, it creates carnosine. Carnosine neutralizes lactic acid in your body, which is very helpful during exercise.

L-arginine is the sole precursor substance of nitric oxide (NO), a key molecule that is important for vasodilation, tissue perfusion, blood pressure, and the proper functioning of the heart, lungs, kidneys, immune system, endocrine system (including adrenal glands and pituitary) and nervous system, among other things.

L-tyrosine is in some ways an unusual amino acid, as it is directly involved in the production of dopamine and adrenaline. You find tyrosine in many foods, so the theory is that if you get extra of it, you can make more of these neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are important for brain function and make it possible to send signals effectively to your brain. Especially at times when you are dealing with a lot of stress, these neurotransmitters, especially dopamine and adrenaline, can have a positive effect.

L-citrulline is converted into L-arginine in the body.

Vitamins are nutrients found in small amounts in food and drink. They are needed for normal growth and development and to stay healthy. They do not provide energy. The body cannot make vitamins itself, or not enough.

Niacin (B3) is good for blood circulation and promotes healthy cholesterol levels. Niacin, not niacinamide (niacin with an amide group attached), helps lower the unfavorable LDL cholesterol and simultaneously increases the favorable HDL cholesterol.

Vitamin B6 is needed for the production of blood and for a good functioning of the immune system and the nervous system. If you eat a varied diet according to the ‘Schijf van Vijf’, you will get enough vitamin B6 through, for example, meat, eggs and bread.

Biotin (B8) is important for the building and breaking down of carbohydrates and proteins. It also contributes to the production of fatty acids. Thus, it plays a role in energy supply. It is good to know that B8 also plays a role in having healthy hair and skin and a good nervous system.

Vitamin B12 is needed for the production of red blood cells. Red blood cells are needed to carry oxygen in your blood. In addition, vitamin B12 is needed for the proper functioning of the nervous system.

Magnesium is a mineral that can be found in cereal products, vegetables, nuts and milk products. It is needed for bone and muscle formation, among other things, and plays a role in the proper functioning of muscles and transmission of nerve impulses. A magnesium deficiency does not occur easily.