More Energy. Less Stress.
Game-Changing Superfood Adaptogens that Can Rejuvenate Your Life
Superfoods are roots and herbs with a higher than average nutritional profile used for their medicinal properties. There is a type of superfood specifically crafted by nature to support our body’s response to stress called Adaptogens.
Adaptogens have been used in Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese medicine for centuries to improve focus, balance hormones, and increase natural energy. In ancient India, soldiers relied on adaptogens to recover faster after the stress of battle. Scientists started turning adaptogens into supplements during World War II. They were looking for a “superhero” pill that would let the pilots fly better, faster, and for longer periods of time. This is how Adaptogen herbs were converted into the supplements that we have access to today.
Our BalanceGenics Daily Adrenal supplement has been crafted with 9 of the most powerful adaptogen herbs and roots found in nature: Ashwagandha Root, Suma Root, Licorice Root, Holy Basil, Panax Ginseng, Acerola Fruit, Astragalus Root, Rhodiola Rosea, and Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus Senticosus).
They May Be Small but They are Mighty!
THE STAMINA IMPROVING ADAPTOGEN
Panax Ginseng has been shown to fight fatigue, promote increased energy levels and improve mental performance — attention, logical deduction, motor function, and reaction time.†
In a four-week study, a group of 90 people with chronic fatigue were given either 1-2 grams of Panax Ginseng or a placebo. Those given Panax Ginseng experienced less physical and mental fatigue as well as reductions in free radicals in the body than those taking the placebo. A review of over 155 studies suggested that taking supplements containing this root may not only help reduce fatigue but also enhance physical endurance.†
THE VITAMIN C IMMUNE BOOSTER
Acerola is most well-known for being extremely rich in vitamin C. Because of this, it’s often used to support and maintain proper immune system function. In a study of various vitamin C-containing fruits and their relative amounts, Acerola Fruit outperformed all the rest. Another bonus of Acerola’s high levels of Vitamin C is its ability to build collagen in the body which may aid skin appearance and joint health.†
THE FATIGUE FIGHTING EXTRACT
Astragalus Root reduces fatigue by boosting immunity, decreasing inflammatory reactions and elevating antioxidants. Astragalus Root has been reported to have a subtle energizing effect, increasing natural vitality and aliveness without being overstimulating.†
This root may also help lower symptoms of brain fog and improve cognition.†
THE CALMING ROOT EXTRACT
Rhodiola Rosea has been shown to help level your body’s stress response during physical activity and emotional situations. When you experience increased stress, your heart rate tends to rise, and your breathing becomes more labored as it does when you exercise for an extended period of time.†
Rhodiola may be effective for shortening the amount of time it takes for your heart rate and breathing to return to normal. It also has been shown to stimulate serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine activity. The proper balance of these neurotransmitters has been proven to contribute to healthy emotional and neurological functioning.†
THE STRESS REDUCING EXTRACT
Scientific research shows that Holy Basil can promote mental balance and naturally help your mind cope with different types of stress. †
According to the Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine, Holy Basil has anti-stressor properties. One study found that those who took 500 milligrams (mg) of Holy Basil extract every day felt more social and less uneasy and stressed.†
THE SYSTEM REGULATOR
Suma Root normalizes and regulates the endocrine, nervous, digestive, cardiovascular and immune systems. This is due mostly to Suma Root’s active compounds that help lessen inflammatory reactions within the body and reduce fluid accumulation.†
How it Works
When your adrenal glands are overstimulated, they struggle to get back into balance, metabolizing and excreting more stress hormones than your body needs. Though your body attempts to recuperate, it still remains on high alert. Adrenal Support helps your adrenal glands recover in a natural way with L-Tyrosine (a naturally produced amino acid), vitamin C, and an herbal blend of energizing herbal extracts, to support a healthy and balanced stress response.
L-Tyrosine The Mental Amino Acid
L-Tyrosine is a naturally occurring amino acid in the body that produces important brain chemicals for optimal nerve cell communication. In supplement form, it is used to improve alertness, attention and focus. Daily stress can negatively affect your brain’s performance by decreasing its number of neurotransmitters.†
L-Tyrosine has the ability to disrupt the reduction of these brain connections and stop the brain’s degenerative process. Supplementing with L-Tyrosine has also been shown to benefit those who are sleep deprived. In one study, a single dose of it helped people who lost a night’s sleep stay alert for three hours longer than they otherwise would.†
Ashwagandha The Stress Reducer
Ashwagandha is known for its ability to manage your cortisol levels. Your adrenal glands generate cortisol and other hormones that promote a healthy response to stress. If they are overstimulated because of lack of sleep, an unhealthy diet, or daily stress, they are unable to keep the body in equilibrium. When this happens, fatigue, mental fog, and weakness are common.†
Research shows that 90% of doctor visits are stress-related ailments or complaints. Stress can cause real damage to every part of the body, including the neurological, endocrine, and immune systems.†
Ashwagandha boosts adrenal health by supporting normal HPA Axis function — meaning, it helps the hypothalamic, pituitary, and adrenal glands communicate effectively. When the three aren’t working in sync, your stress response can become easily triggered, keeping your body in a constant state of alert known as “flight or fight”.†
How To Take
As a dietary supplement take 1 (one) capsule 1 (one) to 2 (two) times daily, preferably with meals.