It's All About BalancE

Who We Are

health & Balance

Our Focus


To improve quality of life through personalized medicine by providing healthcare providers worldwide with innovative,
data-driven tools and products backed by science.


Health Analyzed.   Health Personalized.   Health Optimized.

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What Does Sanesco Mean?

Sanesco is derived from the Latin word, “consanesco.”


  1. be healed
  2. become whole/sound/well
  3. heal up (wounds/plants)

origin: latin

Leaders in hpa-axis balance

About Us

Sanesco was born out of a desire for a personalized
approach to wellness that addresses the root source of
occasional health complaints to improve quality of life.
The hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis plays a pivotal role in supporting quality of life.

Healthy HPA function is essential in the neuroendocrine system and the body’s communication system. Imbalances in the critical messengers of this axis may contribute to the manifestation of a wide range of occasional health concerns affecting quality of life including cognitive function, mood, sleep, and energy.

Sanesco believes quality of life for all is possible by
empowering healthcare providers with information, understanding, and a NeuroWellness Program that allows a
personalized approach for supporting imbalances in the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis.

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Compass pointing North
Constant to our true north

Our Core Values

For almost two decades, Sanesco has remained constant to our true north.

We have established and maintained an unwavering commitment to the scientific community and healthcare providers: to provider information and an increased awareness about HPA-axis function and deliver innovative tools to support neurotransmitter and hormone balance.

Core values of integrity and transparency, combined with almost 20 years of quantitative and qualitative data, strengthen the value unique to our approach.

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