Ingredient Profiles

Lutein: The Eye & Brain Vitamin

Lutein: The Eye & Brain Vitamin

Consuming corn, dark leafy greens, or egg yolks (amongst various other natural sources) can provide our body with substantial sources of “the eye vitamin” – lutein.

Lutein is a carotenoid vitamin that supports the body to prevent eye diseases related to aging, particularly cataract and macular degeneration.

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Hawthorn Berry: Strengthening the Heart

Hawthorn Berry: Strengthening the Heart

Hawthorn Berry (Crateagus oxycanthus) has been called “a complete cardiac medicine.” It increases blood flow through the heart and strengthens the heart muscle.

It is valued for its heart-strengthening properties, regulating both high and low blood pressure, and strengthening the heart muscle itself; it increases the supply of arterial blood. Hawthorn flavonoids help calm nerves for insomnia and anxious countenance. It neutralizes free radical activity as it harmonizes the formula.

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Horny Goat Weed: Naturally Increasing Libido

Horny Goat Weed: Naturally Increasing Libido

Horny Goat Weed (Epimedium sagittatum) is an herb, knownas yin yang huo in Chinese medicine. The leaves are used for their medicinal properties in Korea, Japan, and China for more than 2,000 years.

Horny goat weed has a long history as a male libido stimulant. By increasing nitrous oxide levels, it relaxes smooth muscles, thereby letting blood flow more freely for sexual stimulation, having a similar biochemical pathway as the popular drug Viagra.

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Tongkat Ali: Increasing Virility and Strength

Tongkat Ali: Increasing Virility and Strength

Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) is known by various common names, many of which refer to the plant’s medicinal use and extreme bitterness. A traditional libido enhancer, it is known to provide stamina for long jungle treks, increasing blood flow and enhancing performance, virility, endurance, and strength.

Studies have shown that Tongkat Ali also increases plasma testosterone levels.  It is most popular in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and China. There currently is intense scientific research into pharmaceutical uses.

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Tribulus Terrestris: Restoring and Increasing Testosterone

Tribulus Terrestris: Restoring and Increasing Testosterone

Known by many common names, such as goat’s head, puncture vine and tackweed, Tribulus Terrestris is a vine plant with a long history of widespread use. Historically, it has been used in ancient Greece, India and Africa to support overall well-being. It has been used in both Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine.

Today, Tribulus Terrestris is recognized as a libido enhancer, reputed to restore and increase testosterone levels. Commonly used to build muscle strength and mass, it is marketed to enhance sports performance.

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American Ginseng: Promoting Vitality and Well-Being

American Ginseng: Promoting Vitality and Well-Being

American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) is an This herbaceous perennial plant is native to North America. Commonly used in Chinese medicine, it is a major adaptogen, providing circulatory and immune support, known stress reducer, hypertension balancer, liver protector, with anti-inflammatory benefits.

Clinically proven, it decreases blood glucose levels, as well as weight. It is also well-respected worldwide for vitalizing blood flow, improving memory, and enhancing well-being.

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Cordyceps Mushroom: Endurance and Stamina

Cordyceps Mushroom: Endurance and Stamina

A full spectrum extract of the mushroom that includes all stages of growth, and a DNA profile matching that of wild cordyceps. Adaptogenic, considered a superior tonic, providing endurance and a sense of well-being, with unique immune and stamina enhancing factors.

It is anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, cholesterol reducing, non-candida forming, containing complex carbohydrates and B vitamins. It helps regulate fluid metabolism and modulate the immune system.

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Ashwagandha: Balancing the Body

Ashwagandha: Balancing the Body

Used for centuries to promote balance in the body, ashwagandha (withania somnifera) is one of the most powerful herbs in Ayurveda, the traditional system of medicine from India. A nerve tonic, it aids both the central nervous system and resistance to stress, as well as promotes improved memory.

Ashwagandha is considered the adaptogenic ginseng of India. In Ayurvedic medicine it is used to treat weakness. It helps bring oxygen to red blood cells and strengthen the immune system.

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Siberian Eleuthero: Enhancing Mood and Energy

Siberian Eleuthero: Enhancing Mood and Energy

Siberian Eleuthero (Eleutherococcus senticosus) is the best known of adaptogens, providing energy reserves, helping recovery from both physical and emotional stress, and maintaining vitality. It has a balancing effect on blood pressure, nerves, the endocrine and circulatory systems, and on protein and fat metabolism.

Good for endurance, mood, and productivity, Siberian Eleuthero helps to build blood and improves the body’s ability to absorb and efficiently use oxygen. Supporting immune function, it is mildly stimulating and most people will feel its effects quickly, however its real benefits are cumulative and long term.

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CoQ10: Our Body’s Primary Energy and Anti-Oxidant Micronutrient

CoQ10: Our Body’s Primary Energy and Anti-Oxidant Micronutrient

Coenzyme Q10, also known as CoQ10 (pronounced ko-cue-10), is a natural antioxidant in our cells that is well known for its heart and vascular benefits.

It is a type of antioxidant responsible in the conversion of carbohydrates and fats to a form of cellular energy called adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the form of energy on which the body runs.

CoQ10 balances how oxygen is used, and its role is very important in the body and for the heart.

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Krill Oil: A Better Source of Healthy Omega-3’s

Krill Oil: A Better Source of Healthy Omega-3’s

Essential oils from marine sources are now the most widely used dietary supplement with an extensive range of claimed benefits.

At the bottom of the ocean’s food chain, the tiny krill play an essential role that nourishes the marine environment – and offer significant health benefits for us, without the risks related to consuming larger marine sources.

Like other marine oils, Krill oil contains fatty acids, which are are found to decrease swelling, lower cholesterol, and reducing clotting of blood platelets.

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