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Rhodiola & Ginseng are used traditionally to enhance physical and cognitive performance. Both herbs function as adaptogens.
The action of Tribulus Forte is to support the health and function of the reproductive system of men and women.
Zinc is an essential mineral used throughout the body for many functions.
The phytonutrients in Broccoli sprouts support phase II liver detoxification and turmeric has antioxidant activity. Antioxidant support is also provided by glycine and the sulfur-containing amino acid taurine. Adequate supply of glutamine, cysteine, methionine and taurine is essential to help maintain glutathione preoxidase levels. These amino acids, and the inorganic sulfur from potassium sulphate act as conjugating substances and may support in phase II detoxification. Choline and inositol may help to support liver function by aiding fat metabolism.
These herbs are used traditionally to help enhance physical and cognitive performance.
Ubiquinol is an active form of Coenzyme Q10 in the body. Ubiquinol supports energy production in the cell, protects the cell membrane and may help reduce the oxidation of LDL-cholesterol. Ubiquinol is more bioavailable than standard CoQ10.
This formula provides anti-inflammatory, anaesthetic, demulcent, antiseptic, astringent and vulnerary actions for local relief of minor oral and throat problems.
Phellodendron amurense contains berberine, which has been shown in vitro to display antimicrobial properties on a range of bacteria. Berberine exerts anti-inflammatory activity.
Contains herbs traditionally used as mildly sedative, relaxant and anxiolytic.
Slippery Elm provides demulcent and nutritive actions. It is a source of both water-soluble and water-insoluble fibre which swells upon contact with water providing a protective effect.