About Ipulse

About iPulse

iPulse is an essential antioxidant-based rich multi fruit blend juice, that supports restorative powers, supercharges health and assists in delaying premature ageing. With its unique and synergistic combination of antioxidant fruits, iPulse is an excellent defence against free radicals damage, supporting management of healthy cholesterol and improving immunity.

iPulse is a unique combination of herbs and antioxidant fruit blend which effectively combats generalised weakness and stress. The fruit ingredients in iPulse are naturally credited with rejuvenating properties which help in respiratory functions, assist in cardiovascular functioning by improving circulation and may reduce raised lipid levels. It helps regulate fat and carbohydrate metabolism, improves appetite, digestion and assimilation.

Risk Factor of Heart Disease

Blood pressure

Leads to cardiac arrest and stroke


Shortness of breath leads to heart failure

Chest pain/ Angina

Leads to cardiac arrest

Impaired Heart Beat

Weakness in heart muscles

High Cholesterol

Leads to heart blockage

Cardiac Care

Acai Berry

The driving force behind iPulse is the presence of an important antioxidant ingredient, Acai berry.


iPulse and ORAC value

Ingredients iPulse

iPulse is an antioxidant rich juice concentrate of 15 fruits. With its unique, innovative and scientifically validated combination of antioxidants (Quercetin, Gallic acid, Ellagic acid, Anthocyaninis), essential carbohydrates, health promoting vitamins, proteins, lipids, trace minerals and micronutrients, iPulse is an excellent choice for overall health and well-being.

Prunus avium or Cherries are rich sources of antioxidants. They are filled with anthocyanins and polyphenols making them the best antioxidants. They are used in the management of general weakness and fatigue.

Vitis vinifera or White Grapes and Concorde Grapes are traditionally known to exert rejuvenating properties. Grapes are rich in phenolic compounds existing in the skin and seeds. Among other beneficial effects, the active compounds present in grapes are believed to have pharmacological activities such as anti-inflammatory, anticancer, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and antioxidant.

Ananas comosus or Pineapple is traditionally used in the management of gastro intestinal disorders.

Pyrus malus or Apple has a long history of use as a rejuvenating fruit. It is used as a bulk promoting agent. Apple are the richest source of antioxidants.

Musa sapientum or Bananas are traditionally known for their bulk promoting properties. It is known for its constipating properties and is used in diseases like diarrhoea and dysentery.

Punica granatum or Pomegranate juice relieves thirst and is useful in burning sensation and fevers. It is considered a potent appetizer and digestive.

Citrus aurantium or Oranges are traditionally used in the management of fevers. The fruits are known to have high levels of phenolics which demonstrate strong antioxidant capability.

Pyrus communis or Pear is considered a good rejuvenating and an aphrodisiac fruit. They are very good sources of Vitamin C, ascorbic acid and a very good antioxidant.

Vaccinium corymbosum or Blueberries are a good source of chlorogenic acid, quercetin, kaempferol, myricetin, procyanidins, catechin, epicatechin and resveratrol.

Rubus fructicosus or Blackberries are known to contain appreciable levels of phenolic compounds, including anthocyanins and flavonols.

Fragaria anannasa or Strawberries are one of the most highly concentrated antioxidant fruits. The antioxidants found in strawberries have been shown to fight carcinogens.

Morus alba or Mulberries are fleshy, succulent and are a rich source of numerous health-benefiting plant derived antioxidants, minerals and vitamins.

(Actindia deliciosa) or Kiwi fruits are sources of dietary polyphenols and exert potent antioxidant activity.

Benefits of ipulse

Cardiac wellness

Supports Healthy lipid levels Supports Healthy blood pressure Helps Prevent narrowing of the arteries Supports overall cardiovascular health

Cellular Wellness

Helps to enhance cellular metabolism Homeostasis support

Immunity wellness

Anti-cancer support Enhances body’s ability to rejuvenate itself

Cerebral wellness

Prevent the neurodegenerative problems Supports healthy memory

Respiratory wellness

Helps prevent Respiratory related problem. Improves resistance against Allergies

Hepatic wellness

Protection of liver Control the homeostasis level Helps reduce GI problems

Vascular wellness

Maintains healthy circulation Hastens wound healing

Muscular skeletal wellness

Reduces inflammatory problems Helps reduce aches and pain.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ’s)

General Disclaimer

iPulse is purely a natural cardio protective and antioxidant based wellness supplement and not intended for any diagnostic purpose.

How should I consume ipulse ?

The recommended dosage of iPulse is 30 ml twice daily half an hour before food. This can be mixed with equal quantity of water if required.

How should I store ipulse ?

iPulse must be stored in a cool and dry place. Keep out of reach of children. Refrigerate before and after opening the seal. Shake well before use.

Lactation/Breast feeding?

Special precaution must be taken for congenital abnormalities in the
baby and other chronic infections. It is best to be consumed within one month of delivery. Please contact your health care provider if any problem persists.

Is iPulse suitable for all age groups ?

Yes, iPulse can be given from children to elderly.

Diabetes ?

iPulse contains non-nutritional and semi nutritional sugars like fructose. Patients with diabetes can consume iPulse with special precaution.

Blood pressure ?

iPulse has very low salt and electrolyte composition. Patients with Blood pressure can consume iPulse along with their prescribed medications. Please contact your health care provider if any problem persists.


Special precaution must be taken for complicated pregnancy, history of abortions and other sexually transmitted diseases. Should be consumed up to 6 months of pregnancy only. Please contact your health care provider if any problem persists.