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    Have you felt the need to be more focused? Need a natural pick me up to get your workout started? Try our power up pre workout supplement. We use all natural products and vegetarian capsules. We suggest taking 2 to 4 capsules, 30 minutes to an hour before your workout with 16 oz of water to get maximum results. This supplement will also keep you focused rather you're prepping for a workout or a days work. This capsule is packed with organic irish sea moss, eleuthero root,  and rhodiola root. 

    Sea Moss: 

    This is a short list of the various elements, chemicals, trace minerals, and vitamins typically found in sea moss:

    • Calcium (Ca)
    • Folate (‎C19H19N7O6)
    • Iron (Fe)
    • Zinc (Zn)
    • Copper (Cu)
    • Sodium (Na)
    • Iodine (I)
    • Boron (B)
    • Soluble Potash (K2O)
    • Magnesium (Mg)
    • Manganese (Mn)
    • Phosphoric Acid (P2O5)
    • Potassium (K)
    • Selenium (Se)
    • Sulfur (S),
    • Carbohydrates including:
      • Alginic Acid (C6H11No6)n
      • Mannitol (C6H14O6)
      • Laminarin ‎(C6H10O5)x
    • Nitrogen (N), and
    • Vitamins A to E, and K

    Eleuthero Root: Eleutherococcus senticosus, also known as eleuthero ginseng or Siberian ginseng, is one of the primary tonic herbs and one of the most widely used herbs in the world. Eleuthero is often recommended as a general tonic to revitalize people who are fatigued1Because it enhances immunity and helps the body deal with stress eleuthero is frequently included in nutritional support programs for people with fibromyalgiaarthritis and other autoimmune disorders. Eleuthero restores overstressed adrenal glands, working wonders for people who are chronically stressed. The adrenal glands have a big impact on our sexual health because of the role they play in producing a variety of hormones that regulate many physical responses, not just gender-oriented ones. Tonic herbs like eleuthero help to prevent "adrenal burnout" caused by ongoing physical or mental challenges. Helping the body deal with chronic stress is the very definition of an adaptogenic herb , and ginseng may be one of the most effective herbs in this category. Eleuthero boosts concentration and focus without the letdown than comes from stimulants like caffeine.


    Rhodiola Root: Rhodiola extracts might help protect cells from damage, regulate heartbeat, and have the potential for improving learning and memory. Our Siberian Rhodiola rosea supports the functioning of the adrenal glands and encourages a healthy response to physical, emotional and mental stress by supporting cortisol levels and other stress-related hormones. If used regularly, Rhodiola rosea functions to support the body's natural resistance and adaptation to stressful influences.* Numerous clinical studies have demonstrated a positive effect of Rhodiola root extract on a healthy mood.


    Ashwaganda Root: 

    There is some evidence to suggest that the herb can have neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory effects. Inflammation underpins many health conditions, and reducing inflammation can protect the body against a variety of conditions.

    For example, people use ashwagandha to help treat the following:

    Different treatments make use of different parts of the plant, including the leaves, seeds, and fruit.

    This herb is gaining popularity in the West. Today, people can buy ashwagandha as a supplement in the United States.

    There is some evidence to support the use of ashwagandha for the following:

    Stress and anxiety

    Ashwagandha may have a calming effect on anxiety symptoms when compared with the drug lorazepam, a sedative and anxiety medication.

    A 2000 study suggested that the herb had a comparable anxiety-reducing effect with lorazepam, suggesting that ashwagandha might be as effective for reducing anxiety. However, the researchers conducted this study in mice, not humans.

    In a 2019 study in humans, researchers found that taking a daily dose of 240 milligrams (mg) of ashwagandha significantly reduced people’s stress levels when compared with a placebo. This included reduced levels of cortisol, which is a stress hormone.

    In another 2019 study in humans, taking 250 mg or 600 mg of ashwagandha per day resulted in lower self-reported stress levels, as well as lower cortisol levels.

    Although this research is promising, scientists need to collect much more data before recommending the herb to treat anxiety.


    Ashwagandha may act as a pain reliever, preventing pain signals from traveling along the central nervous system. It may also have some anti-inflammatory properties.

    For this reason, some research has shown it to be effective in treating forms of arthritis, including rheumatoid arthritis.

    A small 2015 study in 125 people with joint pain found the herb to have potential as a treatment option for rheumatoid arthritis.

    Heart health

    Some people use ashwagandha to boost their heart health, including:

    However, there is little research to support these benefits.

    One 2015 study in humans suggested that ashwagandha root extract could enhance a person’s cardiorespiratory endurance, which could improve heart health. However, more research is necessary.

    Alzheimer’s treatment

    According to a 2011 review, several studies have examined ashwagandha’s ability to slow or prevent loss of brain function in people with neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, Huntington’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease.

    As these conditions progress, parts of the brain and its connective paths become damaged, which leads to loss of memory and function. This review suggests that when mice and rats receive ashwagandha during the early disease stages, it may be able to offer protection.


    The same 2011 review also describes a few promising studies that found that ashwagandha might be able to stop cell growth in certain cancers. This includes reducing lung tumors in animal studies.

    Different studies have used different dosages. Some research suggests that taking 250–600 mg per day can reduce stress. Other studies have used much higher dosages.

    Capsule dosages often contain between 250 and 1,500 mg of ashwagandha. The herb comes in the form of a capsule, powder, and liquid extract.

    In some cases, taking high doses can cause unpleasant side effects. It is best to speak with a healthcare professional about safety and dosage before taking any new herbal supplements, including ashwagandha.

    Pregnant women should avoid using ashwagandha because it may cause distress for the fetus and premature labor.

    Another potential concern for Ayurvedic herbs is that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) do not regulate the manufacturers. This means that they are not held to the same standards as pharmaceutical companies and food producers.


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