Maca (Lepidium meyenii) grows in the high Andean plateaus of Peru at altitudes as high as 4,000 meters above sea level.
Maca is a powerful adaptogen, which means it has the ability to balance and stabilize the body's systems. Maca can, for example, raise low pressure and lower high blood pressure. Adaptogens also boost immunity and harmonize the body's overall vitality.
The wonder herb further regulates hormonal secretion, improves memory, combats anemia and fights depression. Many men and women who use Maca often notice a different in their energy within a week.
Maca is non addictive and has no harmful side effects.
Korean Ginseng differs from other ginseng cultived in China, Japan and North America. It take as many as 6 years to cultivated Korean Ginseng. It contains 22 kinds of ginsenoside while the other contains 8-9 kinds.
Korean Ginseng restores vitality to the whole body by normalizing disturbances rather than trating specific diseases. Korean Ginseng is an adaptogen.
Korean Ginseng can help normalise blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
No reported adverse effects. May cause a slight insomnia if taken at bedtime.
It has been traditionally recommended to prolong youthfulness and improve beauty, but there are also claims it has a rejuvenating effect on physical vigor, stamina and endurance. Royal jelly has been used to treat cases of fatigue, depression, convalescence from illness.
No cumulative chronic side-effects will arise with continuos intake of Royal Jelly.
Who should take ENERGY CONCEPT?
The adult who wants to increase:
- physical vigor
- immune system
- resistance to cold - mood swings
- resistance to stress
The student who wants to increase:
- mental work capacity
Everybody who wants to enhance the quality of his life.
EACH CAPSULE CONTAINS:
Maca 200 mg extract 4:1 = 800 mg
Korean Ginseng 200 mg extract 4:1 = 800 mg
Royal Jelly 100 mg extract 3.5:1 = 350 mg
An active energising amount of 1,950 mg in each capsule
Two (2) to three (3) capsules daily before breakfast.
Keep out of reach of children.
Pregnant or breast-feeding consult a physician.