Piperine - Piperine is a major alkaloid (class of basic, naturally occurring compounds that contain at least one nitrogen atom) found in black pepper and is widely used for its purported anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-tumor properties. Piperine has been shown to protect against oxidative damage by inhibiting free radicals (atoms or molecules that are unstable with other cellular structures because they contain unpaired electrons) and reactive oxygen species.
Curcumin - Curcumin is a polyphenol (micronutrients we get through certain plant-based foods) with anti-inflammatory properties primarily found in turmeric. Despite its reported benefits via inflammatory and antioxidant mechanisms, one of the major problems with ingesting curcumin by itself is its poor bioavailability. Piperine, however, a major active component of black pepper  and a key ingredient in Stemulife™ is associated with an increase of 2000% in the bioavailability of curcumin.
Quercetin - Quercetin is a natural plant pigment and is one of the most abundant antioxidants in the human diet and plays a vital role in helping your body combat free radical damage. Quercetin is present in fruits, vegetables, and grains.
Resveratrol - Resveratrol, like curcumin, is a polyphenol that acts like an antioxidant, helping protect the body against oxidative damage that can put you at a higher risk for cancer and heart disease. Resveratrol has gained in popularity for its reported anti-aging and disease fighting power. The top food sources of reseveratrol include red wine, grapes, and some berries.
COQ10 - CoQ10, also known as Coenzyme Q10 is an antioxidant that your body naturally produces, however, levels of CoQ10 in your body decrease as you age. Preliminary studies have displayed that CoQ10 may in fact slow, but not necessarily stop, the progression of Alzheimer's disease. CoQ10 has also been studied as a preventive treatment of migraine headaches and has also used to treat heart failure and other heart conditions.
Tocotrienol - Both tocotrienols and tocopherols may be referred to as vitamin E. Vitamin E is an antioxidant, meaning it helps neutralize free radicals. Free radicals are chemicals related to a host of health issues, including skin aging, cancer, chronic inflammation, and numerous diseases.