A 32-year-old young woman from Oradea, Simona Bisboaca, stunned the scientists at the Warsaw International Exhibition of Inventions in November 2012, which also marked the 100th anniversary of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, to Maria Sklodowska Curie, where she won the gold and silver medals for two original products: o,,bomba "of antioxidants and propolis dissolved in water without acool.
The young inventor amazed with her products, the elite of researchers. For the product designated "the most powerful antioxidant" called "Antioxi Vita" she was the gold medalist and was awarded a special award from the Inventors Association of South Korea. The second product presented was the one entitled,,Propolis dissolved in water" and brought him the silver medal and a special prize offered by the Asian Association for Inventions and Creativity.
Simona Bisboaca is a PhD student and graduated from the Faculty of Technology and Food Processing at the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine in Cluj Napoca in 2003. Since college Simona has been preoccupied with research, trying to make an antioxidant product based on seeds, skins and rickets of carefully selected grapes.
She worked on her own for 8 years, until she found the method to extract and stablize antioxidants from grapes in an extremely large amount:
"A 100 ml bottle has active principles in the equivalent of 80 liters of Cabernet Sauvignon wine, which is known to have the highest content of antioxidants",
is about the product awarded with the gold medal,, Antioxy Vita"!
Asked if "Antioxi Vita" is an elixir of youth without old age, she refrained from praising her product, but admitted that it has special properties that reduce cellular aging.
"The product helps you age slowly, beautifully and healthy,"
said the researcher, among its oldest consumers, including an 89-year-old person who consumes 5 ml per day.
For adults and young people, the recommended dose is 2 ml per day.
The second product that won the silver medal in Warsaw, "Propolis dissolved in water" is special in that it does not contain alcohol, and can be used even by children.
Both inventions have been patented and are found in herbalist stores and pharmacies all over the country.
Even though the Romanian inventor has aroused the interest of many researchers around the world, Siimona does not think about leaving the country. She says that she is proud of the fact that she is Romanian, and that her inventions bear the insignia "Romanian product".