The levels of the organism are comparable with the principle of the corresponding vessels. The weakest level determines the state of the other levels - a chain is as strong as its weakest link.
On the sub-cellular and cellular level, free radicals are efficiently neutralized, thus protecting DNA, cell membranes and sub-cellular organelles such as mitochondria. Furthermore, the synthesis of the body's own anti-oxidant enzymes is stimulated.
On the organ level, inflammation processes are inhibited, whereby the regeneration of the body is supported and its functions are maintained.
On the signaling pathways level, cell and nervous system mediators are influenced in different ways. Examples are the reduced production of inflammation mediators or the retarded degradation of serotonin.
A balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system is reached at the psychological level. Thus, activating and relaxing stimuli mutually keep equal proportions. Nervousness is regulated in favor of a better focussing on the actual situation.