Cell Grail is a nutritional supplement manufacturer offering diet pills, heart health supplements, nootropics, and more. The company sells products entirely online through its own website, CellGrail.com.
There’s surprisingly little information about Cell Grail available online. We don’t know where the company is based, for example, nor do we know who runs the company. The website is filled with vague phrases, unusual health claims, and stock images.
Keep reading to discover everything you need to know about Cell Grail and the company’s lineup of nutritional supplements.
- 1 What is Cell Grail?
- 2 Cell Grail Final Word
What is Cell Grail?
Cell Grail is a nutritional supplement manufacturer found online at CellGrail.com.
The company describes itself as “a team of medical experts, nutritionists, and researchers that want to prove to the world that natural healing is the best path to take.”
With that goal in mind, Cell Grail has introduced a range of health supplements that provide targeted benefits. All supplements are sold directly through CellGrail.com.
The company sells a nootropic supplement called Brain Max, a cardiovascular health supplement called AccuHeart, a joint health supplement called Maximum Flex, and a diet pill called Slim Pure. Each supplement has a small sales page on CellGrail.com that lists the ingredients, benefits, and usage instructions.
Let’s take a closer look at the products sold by Cell Grail.
Cell Grail Products
As of February 2020, Cell Grail sells eight supplements through CellGrail.com. The company describes its products as “highly researched, 100% natural supplements that go to the root of the problem and promote complete healing from head to toe.” Supplement manufacturers are not permitted to use words like “healing” or “health benefits”, so we’re surprised to see Cell Grail market its products in this way.
Here’s a brief overview of the Cell Grail supplement family and how each product works.
AccuHeart is a cardiovascular health supplement that claims to “promote healthy heart” by lowering cholesterol levels. The supplement contains just one active ingredient: 500mg of krill oil (which contains EPA and DHA). Cell Grail recommends taking the supplement daily to reduce the risk of heart disease. The company describes krill oil as “a miracle treatment” because of its high antioxidant content and rich source of DHA and EPA.
Brain Max ($49.99)
Brain Max uses a blend of nootropic ingredients to improve cognition and enhance overall brain health. The formula includes 50mg of ginkgo biloba, 125mg of phosphatidylserine, 50mg of N-Acetyl L-Carnitine, 250mg of St. John’s Wort, 120mg of Bacopa monnieri extract, and 2mg of vinpocetine, among other ingredients. These ingredients are found in plenty of other nootropics, although the dosages seem low in Brain Max based on the price.
ProBio 7 ($59.95)
ProBio 7 is a probiotic supplement that contains 5.75 billion colony forming units (CFUs) per serving. There are seven different probiotic strains (which is why the supplement is named ProBio 7). The supplement claims to strengthen the immune system by improving your digestive health. It also, strangely enough, claims to “boost cognitive function”; it’s rare to see a digestive supplement claim to improve cognition.
Bio-Defense is a detoxification supplement that claims to enhance immunity, reduce stress, and promote cellular health, among other benefits. The formula mostly consists of herbal extracts, including soursop leaf powder, raspberry fruit powder, green tea leaf extract, turmeric, cat’s claw bark powder, and grape seed extract, among other ingredients. Cell Grail markets the formula specifically to target “foot or nail fungus”, claiming that “there are no efficient natural solutions on the market aside from this powerful mix of anti-fungal ingredients.” Cell Grail specifically claims their formula will cure athlete’s foot and other fungal infections without the use of antibiotics.
O-Live Gold ($59)
O-Live Gold is an olive leaf extract supplement that contains just one active ingredient: olive leaf extract. Cell Grail claims the supplement will balance blood pressure, boost brain function, work as an anti-inflammatory, and improve overall cardiovascular health. The formula was purportedly created after the Cell Grail team “researched thousands of natural remedies”. After all that research, they decided on olive leaf extract, which contains a polyphenolic compound called oleuropein that fights free radicals in the body.
Up-n-Go is an anti-fatigue supplement that claims to optimize cellular processes throughout the body, raising energy levels by eliminating stress, bolstering the immune system, and providing your body with the vitamins and minerals it needs. There’s just one active ingredient in Up-n-Go: 500mg of spirulina. That’s the same compound found in many trendy green drink supplements. Spirulina is a type of algae rich in magnesium, vitamin B6, and omega 3 fatty acids.
Maximum Flex ($49.99)
Maximum Flex is a joint supplement that floods your body with anti-inflammatory compounds. The formula contains 1,500mg of glucosamine sulfate, 200mg of boswellia extract, 150mg of chondroitin sulfate, and 150mg of turmeric, among other ingredients. These are similar to the ingredients found in most traditional joint health supplements, although again, Cell Grail’s pricing seems unusually higher than any traditional joint health supplement on the market.
Slim Pure ($49.99)
Slim Pure is a diet pill that claims to reduce food cravings while also strengthening body muscles. The formula consists of 500mg of krill oil, 25mg of astaxanthin, and 100mg of docosahexaenoic acid, among other ingredients. By taking the pill daily, you can support fat burning and raise energy levels.
How to Buy Cell Grail Supplements?
Cell Grail exclusively sells its supplements online through CellGrail.com. However, as of February 2020, the website’s ordering forms are not working, and we cannot order any Cell Grail products from the official website.
Cell Grail does not list its products on Amazon or other online retailers.
About Cell Grail
The Cell Grail “About Us” page offers little concrete information about the company, its location, or its team.
Cell Grail simply describes itself as “a team of medical experts, nutritionists, and researchers”, for example, who created the company with the goal of offering “100% natural solutions that are actually effective”.
As far as we can tell, there is no way to contact the company via email, phone number, or physical address. However, the company does have a small number of social media profiles, including a Facebook page, YouTube channel (with no videos), and Instagram page.
Cell Grail Final Word
Cell Grail is an unusual supplement company. The company offers little information about itself, like where the company is located or where the supplements are made.
The supplements are also backed by unusual claims, vague benefits, and poor phrasing. Cell Grail claims some of its supplements will cure certain conditions, for example, which is not typically advertised by a supplement manufacturer. Similarly, Cell Grail claims its digestive health supplement will somehow “improve cognition”.
Making things worse for Cell Grail is the fact that pricing is much higher than any other supplement. You can find joint health supplements with stronger doses than Cell Grail’s Maximum Flex ($50) for as little as $20 on Amazon, for example.
Based on everything we can find online, it seems like Cell Grail is a new supplement company in the early stages of launch.