GINSENG VIAL PROVIDES NATURAL INSTANT ENERGY WITHOUT CAFFEINE.
CHARACTERISTICS OF ITS MAIN INGREDIENTS:
- Ginseng has been qualified as an adaptogen plant (ability to stimulate the body's non-specific resistance and strengthen systems compromised by stress or overexertion). It is considered that the main responsible for this activity are ginsenosides, which increase resistance to fatigue and stress.
- It also improves concentration during exercise, alertness, memory and stamina through its anabolic effect. Specifically, Rg1 and Rb1 ginsenosides appear to have a nootropic effect, increasing acetylcholine synthesis and reducing reactive oxygen species (free radicals), thereby increasing certain human functions such as cognition, memory, motivation, intelligence, attention, and concentration, as well as improving cellular immunity.
- Royal Jelly contains 18% protein, between 10% and 17% sugars, approximately 5.5% lipids and more than 1% mineral salts and vitamins such as B1, B2, B6, E, provitamin D, among others. Therefore, the effects given to it are antioxidants (suitable for preventing the generation of free radicals) and tonics (improves memory and increases strength and physical resistance and improves learning capacity).
- Taurine has benefits during sports practice, favouring muscle regeneration and the elimination of toxins normally produced during exercise. Taurine also has an anti-inflammatory action and acts as a neuromodulator of the central nervous system and also as a neurotransmitter.
- Improves resistance during exercise.
- Improves concentration.
- Provides extra energy.
- Delays the onset of fatigue and tiredness during sport.
- Suitable for vegetarians/ Gluten-free / Lactose-free
FORMATS and PRICES (VAT included):
- VIAL 10 ML: € 1.14
- BOX OF 24 VIALS OF 10 ML: € 27.04
COMPOSITION: Water, Seedless carob pods extract (Ceratonia siliqua) and Whole fuit apple extract (Malus domestica), Fresh Royal Jelly, Honey, Taurine, Ginseng root dry extract (Panax ginseng CA Meyer), L-ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), Flavourings, Preservatives (Sodium benzoate and Potassium sorbate) and Sweetener (Steviol glycosides).
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:: Take 1 vial a day, preferably in the morning. Shake before use and do not cool to avoid crystallization of the product.
**Sometimes there can be slight variations in color, flavor and smell, and even small particles of the ingredients used in the preparation of the product can appear. These small variations do not affect either the effectiveness or the quality of the product.
OTHER INFORMATION OF INTEREST: Food supplement. Sports supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet. Sugar-free. Sports supplements should be kept out of reach of younger children. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
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