Adrenal SAP provides nutritive and botanical support for adrenal function to improve energy levels, mental and physical performance, memory, mood, immune function, and increase the ability to withstand the effects of acute and chronic stress.
2 Capsules contain
vitamin B5 as calcium pantothenate-100mg
Ashwagandha 3.5% withanolides-100mg
Holy basil 10% ursolic acids-100mg
Panax ginseng 20% ginsenosides-100mg
licorice 10% glycyrrhizin-100mg
Schizandra 9% schizandrins-50mg
Astragalus 3% astragalosides-50mg
Vitamin B6 pyridoxal 5-phosphate-50mg
Siberian ginseng 0.8% eleutherosides-10mg
Stress is an unavoidable force to which the human organism is constantly exposed in both short-term bursts, and over extended periods of time. The body's ability to withstand the damaging effects of stress is mediated primarily by the adrenal glands, small, triangular glands located on top of the kidneys that secrete hormones involved in blood pressre reglation, reproduction, and the stress response. Excessive and prolonged mental and physical stress can lead to adrenal insufficiency and associated symptomatic manifestations including fatigue, immunosuppression, and impaired blood sugar and blood pressure control. Adrenal SAP is a combination of vitamins, minerals and adaptogenic herbs that support and strengthen the adrenal glands to improve adrenal function.
Take 1-3 capsules daily with a meal
Adrenal SAP contains llicorice, therefore patients with hypertension should only be used under the care of a heatlh care pratitioner. If you are pregnancy or nursing, consult your health care practitioner before taking this product
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