LifeBion and magma13 products are the result of many years of research

The magma13 technology is an innovation developed by SOLS in Switzerland over a period of 20 years, marking a significant change in the wellness sector. This non-invasive technology is characterised by its extraordinary regeneration capabilities in both the physical and biophysical context. It is designed to promote longevity, ageing factors and inflammation, while promoting spontaneous cellular and epigenetic regeneration. The magma13 technology is designed to benefit not only humans, but also extends its positive effects to the animal and plant world. Sols' magma13 technology is at the heart of LifeBion, a dedicated sleep product developed in collaboration with Propacare to create restorative and regenerative sleep.

SOLS has dedicated more than 20 years to the research and development of magma13 technology, and in this section we would like to document its properties and extraordinary regenerative effects.

Main areas of research explored to date:

  • Molecular biology
  • Preclinical and clinical
  • Environmental
  • Applied materials
  • Virology
  • Agricultural
  • Spectroradiometric
  • Crystallographic and water

Molecular biology

In the field of molecular biology, the National Institute of Biostructures and Biosystems (INBB - Interuniversity Consortium) at the Research Area of the National Research Council (CNR) conducted research, directed by Prof. Carlo Ventura, on human somatic cells. These studies have shown:

  • Improved gene and protein expression
  • Improved mechano-cellular sensing and modulation
  • Increased cellular resistance to adverse environmental changes
  • Improved microtubule and cytoskeleton dynamics and cell integrity
  • Improvement of regeneration, stability and neural identity
  • Anti-inflammatory effects
  • Promotion of favourable epigenetics

"In light of all these years of research and experimental data collection at the INBB National Molecular Biology Laboratory, we have extensively observed and confirmed various in vitro effects of all magma technologies13 in human somatic and stem cell populations, including control comparisons. Even a minimal amount of magma13 technology was able to modulate essential dynamics in stem cell biology, including those responsible for anti-ageing, anti-inflammatory and wound healing responses'.

Prof. Carlo Ventura

Professor of Molecular Biology - School of Medicine, University of Bologna, Italy. Chief of: Laboratory of Molecular Biology and Stem Cell Engineering (INBB), Bologna, Italy - Editor-in-Chief of World Journal of Stem Cells (2022-2023 IF 5.326, Journal Citation Reports). - Excerpt From October 2023/research Report.

Stem cell research

The research on human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) conducted in the molecular biology laboratory led by Prof. Carlo Ventura at the Research Area of the National Research Council (CNR) of the National Institute of Biostructures and Biosystems (INBB - Interuniversity Consortium), has shown the following improvements over time with the presence of magma13:

  • Improved cell regeneration
  • Improved cell-cell connection
  • Improved gene and protein expression
  • Preservation of physiological cell dynamics and stability
  • Enhancement of stem cell potential
  • Reduction of the main associated/provoking factors of ageing
  • Reduction of key inflammatory and tissue alteration markers
  • Increased cellular resistance to adverse environmental changes
  • Anti-inflammatory effects
  • Protective anti-ageing effect on human dermal stem cells
  • Decreased cellular senescence
  • Increased resistance to DNA damage


Water research

The importance of water is fundamental to life, being a key element for humans, animals and plants. Constituting about 60 per cent of the human body weight, water is crucial for overall health and well-being. It is essential for all vital cellular functions, and its deficiency can lead to serious health problems.

In addition to its biological role, water is vital for ecosystems and agriculture, where it serves for irrigation and supports food production. It is also a valuable resource for industry, energy production and transport. Problems such as water scarcity, contamination and devitalisation represent major global challenges, affecting environmental, economic, health and social spheres.

For more than 20 years, SOLS has been at the forefront of water research, developing innovative technologies for its conservation, revitalisation and decontamination. Magma13 technology, applied to water resources and supply systems, represents an essential contribution to life on a planetary scale. This technology not only supports human, animal and plant life, but also presents itself as a revolutionary solution in the commercial and industrial sectors, with a wide range of innovative applications.

Research applied to agriculture and soil

Between 2019 and 2021, innovative research focused on water use in agriculture was carried out in Ukraine, focusing on improving crop growth and treating agricultural wastewater. This initial study revealed significant improvements in agricultural productivity and the effectiveness of wastewater decomposition. The researchers imagine that magma13 technology could significantly increase crop yields and simultaneously decrease the need for pesticides.

By breaking down the minerals into small particles, the water organisers make them more bioavailable to plant cells. This process improves the hydration of healthy water with improved nutrient uptake. It also leads to increased yields, higher quality, earlier ripening, improved storage and increased plant resistance to harmful organisms. It also leads to a reduction in the use of water, fertilisers and pesticides.

Reference: Mazur, V., Tkachuk, O., Pantsyreva, H., & Demchuck, O. (2021). Pea seed quality and agroecological soil conditions with the use of structured water. Scientific Horizons, 24(7), 53-60. Several academic articles have already been published and additional research is underway to explore the potential of magma13-treated water in agriculture and commercial applications in more detail.