- Some people might also describe how they are feeling as ‘tired but wired’
- Rhodiola is commonly called Arctic root because it grows widely in the Arctic regions of Europe and Asia
- When you are constantly juggling work and family life, you are tired all the time or you are always trying to meet deadlines, you may need some additional support to help you to keep on top of life
- Stress is a very common complaint affecting around 7.4 million people in the UK at any one time
- Rhodiola is still drunk as a tea in certain regions of the world
- Its long history of use stems right back to the ancient Greeks, who documented its applications in traditional medicine
Made from natural herbs. Independently assessed for quality and safety.
Not suitable if under 18 years, pregnant, breastfeeding, or suffering from liver or kidney disease.
One tablet contains 200mg of Rhodiola rosea L. root and rhizome extract (1.5-5:1), which is equivalent to 300-1000mg of Rhodiola rosea whole root and rhizome. Rhodiola contains many active parts, including rosavin, salidroside and other polyphenols.
Take 2 tablets daily (adults and elderly), one before breakfast and one before lunch, preferably 30 minutes before food intake.
Omega 3s are mainly found in oily fish. The two important Omegas in fish oils are called EPA and DHA. These two are really important for the brain, eyesight, nervous system, heart and circulation, balanced pain control and good mood.
However, certain vegetable oils, most notably flax seed oil, contain an Omega 3 called ALA. ALA has beneficial effects on its own (skin, immunity, heart and circulation, balanced pain control), but it can also be converted by the body into EPA and DHA. So flax seed oil provides a vegetarian supply of Omega 3, as long as your body is able to make this conversion (diabetics, young children, people prone to allergies and older people may not do this efficiently).
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