- Supports the immune system.
- Provides energy to overcome stress.
- May improve mood.
- Fights oxidative cellular damage.
How It Works:
Adaptogens help the body buffer the effects of stress and adapt to stressful situations. AdaptaMax's adaptogenic strength comes from rhodiola, eleuthero, Korean ginseng, ashwaganda, rosemary, gynostemma and schizandra. Together, these herbs help the body cope with a variety of stressful conditions, including stress on the immune system, fatigue, and aging. They fight oxidative cellular damage, energize the body, support positive mood, and stimulate the immune system.
Other ingredients in this formula include nutrient-rich, immune-supporting herbs like astragalus, reishi mushroom, suma and ginkgo--to fortify the immune system and help protect the body from the consequences of stress. Alfalfa, kelp, chromium and a fruit and vegetable base provide nutrients to nourish the body's cells. All told, AdaptaMax is a complete, energizing formula.
40 mcg chromium (33% Daily Value), Korean ginseng root extract, rhodiola root extract, eleuthero root, gynostemma whole plant extract, ashwagandha root, schizandra fruit, suma bark, alfalfa aerial parts, astragalus root, kelp leaves and stems, reishi mushroom mycelia, rosemary leaves extract, ginkgo leaves extract, broccoli flowers, carrot root, red beet root, rosemary leaves, tomato fruit, turmeric root, cabbage leaf, grapefruit bioflavonoid, hesperidin and orange bioflavonoid.
Take 2 capsules with a meal two to three times daily.
NOTE: Pregnant or lactating women should consult their health care professional prior to taking this supplement.
Panax ginseng root has been used in Asia for centuries to benefit both mental and physical health.
Traditionally ginseng root was consumed to boost memory, endurance, mood and concentration.
Rhodiola root is known in Russia and Europe. The Chinese also liked rhodiola for stamina and for lowering stress. Vikings were known to use this herb to support physical strength. And modern-day sherpas take rhodiola when they climb Mt. Everest.
Ashwagandha hails from India and has a long history of use—more than 2,500 years—in Ayurvedic Medicine. Its nicknames include Indian ginseng, winter cherry and strength of the stallion, indicating the root’s ability to support stamina and help build the immune system.
Schisandra has been used for centuries for its adaptogenic benefits. Widely used in TCM, these berries are called the five-flavored fruit; remarkably, it is sour, sweet, bitter, salty and pungent.