The natural, quick way to be alert, focused and energized!
• Natural, safe alternative to energy drinks
• Caffeine and ephedra-free
• Quick mental and physical boost
With four potent herbal extracts this is a healthy, safe and restorative alternative to dangerous energy drinks. Its perfect for students cramming for an exam, to help you stay alert on a long drive or whenever more energy is needed to finish well.
Try taking it before a workout or run for more stamina and better endurance.
Ginkgo Biloba Leaf: According to Mark Pederson, author of Nutritional Herbology, Gingko has demonstrated a remarkable ability to better concentration and increase energy by improving peripheral circulation. Its active principles seem to wear off after 6 to 8 hours, so small doses 3 times a day are recommended for maximum effect.
Peppermint Leaf: This cooling, refreshing herb is used to flavor candy and other foods but it has also been found to be useful as a safe caffeine-free mental and physical stimulant. May increase motivation,attention and memory.
Rhodiola: Also known as Golden Root, it facilitates the energy supplying mechanism to increase stamina, endurance and delay the onset of and relieve fatigue. May improve concentration, long and short term memory and improve concentration.
Eleuthero: This herb also known as Siberian ginseng can help improve low energy and increase mental alertness and work output, but it doesn't act in the same way as stimulant herbs like guarana. Eleuthero can give you a quick hit (of energy), but it actually helps rejuvenate the adrenal glands. Eleuthero can help the adrenals make hormones like DHEA that help buffer the adrenals from stress.
Other Ingredients: vegetable glycerin, distilled water, and approx. 5% - 10% organic grain alcohol.
6-11 yrs: 1/8 tsp.
12+ yrs: 1/4 tsp.
In water 1-3 times daily, can be repeated within 20 minutes if needed.
Not suggested for expecting or nursing moms or children under 5.
Use with caution if you are taking prescription anticonvulsive, anti-platelet and/or anticoagulant drugs (e.g. aspirin and warfarin). Discontinue use 7 days before any surgery.