Chlorella - The extraordinarily high content of chlorophyll, highly digestible protein, vitamins and minerals and enzymes have made chlorella one of the most valuable nutritional boosters for maintaining healthy energy levels.
Spirulina - Spirulina is also one of nature's richest sources of plant pigments (i.e. chlorophyll, carotenoids and phycocyanin); highly digestible protein (typically more than 55%); vitamins and minerals and enzymes - making it the ideal counterpart to chlorella in providing nutrients involved in energy production and metabolism.
Wheat Grass Juice - Wheat grass juice is especially rich in chlorophyll, carotenoids, various vitamins and minerals as well as enzymes involved in energy metabolism.
Siberian Ginseng - One of the most researched of adaptogens, Siberian Ginseng may help support healthy energy levels and mental function, as well as maintaining adrenal and nerve health.
Rhodiola Root - Rhodiola has significant adaptogenic properties and may support energy metaboolism, healthy neurotransmitter balance, mental performance and nervous system health.
Cordyceps - Cordyceps has historically been used for its adaptogenic properties and may support endurance, healthy energy metabolism, exercise tolerance and oxygen utilisation.
Reishi Mushroom Mycelia - Often referred to as 'mushroom of immortality', reishi has been the subject of scientific investigation regarding a number of areas of health. Among other benefits, research suggests that reishi may support the body's defenses again neurasthenia, a condition typically associated with nervous exhaustion and a generally low sense of wellbeing.
Ashwagandha Root - Like ginseng and rhodiola, ashwagandha has historically been used for its adaptogenic properties and may support energy metabolism and nervous system health.
American Ginseng - One of the most researched of adaptogens, American ginseng may help support healthy adrenal function and energy metabolism.
Ginger Rhizome/Root - In addition to its common use in helping maintain healthy circulation, ginger is also often used to help facilitate distribution of nutrients in the body.
Stabilised Rice Bran (SRB) - SRB has one of nature's highest concen-trations of nutrients involved in energy metabolism such as B-vitamins, alpha lipoic acid and co-enzyme Q10 (CoQ10).
Cayenne Fruit - The fruit of cayenne pepper is often used as a tonic to help maintain healthy circulation. It is also commonly used to help facilitate distribution of nutrients in the body.