Aspartic acid, yerba mate, guarana, soy lecithin, ginseng, ginkgo biloba, zinc & vitamins
Recent research shows the revitalizing and energizing capacity for both the mind and the body of the following components: yerba mate, guarana, ginseng, ginkgo biloba and aspartic acid. In addition, soy lecithin, vitamins and minerals provide benefits to the body.
Serving: 1 tablet. This product does not provide significant amounts of energy value, carbohydrates, proteins, total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, dietary fiber or sodium.
Take 1 tablet a day, preferably with breakfast.
Not to be taken by pregnant and lactating women, or by children.
The main compounds of the ginseng root are of great complexity; they are called ginsenosides. Ginseng is an adaptogenic plant, which means that it is able to increase the body's resistance to physical and mental stress diseases while toning the body. The action of ginseng is slow but cumulative, achieving full effectiveness after the second week of treatment.
The guarana seeds are used because they contain caffeine and theobromine, among other components. Scientific evidence indicates that guarana exerts its action immediately. It is a stimulant of the central nervous system, increases wakefulness, improves physical activity and memory, and speeds up thinking and the association of ideas.
There is scientific evidence indicating that ginkgo biloba has cerebral vasodilator activity, maintaining blood volume in the brain so that neurons receive more oxygen and nutrients. Recent research highlights the benefits of ginkgo biloba on cerebral circulatory activity, the activity on neurotransmitters, as well as its benefits as an antioxidant and antiplatelet aggregate, and also as an adjuvant in the auditory, peripheral vascular and memory areas
Vitamins and minerals are necessary for a large number of metabolic reactions such as growth, antioxidant action, energy production reactions, and nerve and muscle function, among others. These micronutrients are essential substances for the proper functioning of our body.
There is extensive scientific and traditional evidence indicating that yerba mate acts on the central nervous system due to its caffeine content and other xanthines as well. This could explain the properties that yerba mate shows to improve wakefulness and its ergogenic effect, i.e., it increases the ability to perform physical effort.
In addition, the yerba mate leaf is a source of vitamins that includes Vitamins A, C, E and the complete B complex, as well as a variety of other minerals, flavonoids, carotenoids and 15 amino acids.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) approves the traditional use of the yerba mate leaf for the treatment of fatigue and feelings of tiredness.