Radiance AdaptoStress 60 Vegicaps
Style number: R56
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Rhodiola rosea extract supports the body&8217;s ability to cope with the stress. Radiance&174; AdaptoStress provides Rhodiola rosea extract, a superb herb to support your body&8217;s ability to adapt to and cope with the stress of modern life. &8220;Adaptogen&8221; is a term used to describe an agent possessing the ability to support the body's capacity to cope with physical or emotional stress. Rhodiola is a highly prized native herb of the polar arctic regions of Siberia. Clinical research suggests that rhodiola offers adaptogen benefits which help support the maintenance of normal, healthy and balanced mood, attention, working memory, mental performance, strength, stamina, energy, recovery after prolonged muscular workouts, endocrine and reproductive function and weight management. Radiance AdaptoStress Usage Herbal support for those needing help to better cope with busy, stressful lifestyles or situations, for improved energy, stamina and well-being and/or to aid a weight control program. All programs for weight management and emotional balance should include appropriate dietary changes, exercise and other support nutrients such as Radiance&174; B vitamins and Radiance&174; Omega-3 EPA & DHA.
One or two capsules daily, preferably between meals.
Ingredients per capsule:
|Rhodiola rosea extract (3% rosavins and 1% salidrosides)||500mg|
Not recommended in doses exceeding 1000mg daily, or for those in excited states. Rhodiola should not be used by individuals with bipolar disorder. Safety in pregnancy and lactation has not been established. If a lower dosage is required see Nature&8217;s Way&174; Rhodiola 250mg. Always ask your product supplier or health professional if there are any specific precautions regarding your use of this or any supplement.
Medicines have benefits and some have risks. Always read the label carefully and use strictly as directed. If symptoms persist or you have side effects please consult your doctor, pharmacist or healthcare professional. Vitamins are supplementary to and not a replacement for a balanced diet.