Relax and Recharge 90 capsules - ashwagandha and rhodiola | AOR
AOR Relax & Recharge with ashwagandha and rhodiola was formulated for individuals who suffer from symptoms of anxiousness, sadness or stress-related burnout and as a result, are exhausted and have difficulty concentrating. It helps improve focus, memory and stamina and reduces feelings of stress, making it an ideal supplement for students, shift workers and those who need extra mental energy.
Relax & Recharge contains rhodiola and ashwagandha, two powerful adaptogenic herbs with complementary actions. Adaptogens help the body to adapt to stress by increasing the brain’s stress tolerance and reducing the harmful effects stress has on the body. Rhodiola has been well-studied and has demonstrated the ability to improve physical and mental performance under stress, and ashwagandha enhances memory, reduces anxiety and strengthens the immune system. Both rhodiola and ashwagandha reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol and help improve energy levels.
These two herbs are the ideal pairing for stress and fatigue, making Relax & Recharge the “go-to” natural stress relief formula to boost both mental and physical performance.
Ancient Herbs to Help You Adapt to Stress
- Formulated with the adaptogenic herbs rhodiola and ashwagandha
- Relieves symptoms of stress and reduces cortisol, the body’s main stress hormone
- Enhances memory, sharpens mental focus and improves attention span
- Boosts energy and reduces mental fatigue
Some supplements are suitable for both men and women of all ages as well as children. But other supplements are specifically targeted to the aging woman or man. Another supplement is especially suitable for athletes, regardless of gender.
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- a dietary supplement is not a subsitute for a healthy diet ; do not exceed recommended dose
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How to reduce stress with ASMROur brain is programmed to stress us. It does that a lot and on just about any subject. Like a lot of behavioral reactions, stress used to be and still is a survival mechanism that our brain used in order to inject alertness when needed. It’s there so we could harness internal resources and spring into action in a matter of seconds when hunted or hunting.
Fortunately for us, we rarely need to spring into action nowadays to avoid a prowling lion. Today, stress is not helpful and is often counter-productive. When stressed, most of us lose focus and are immersed in unpleasant feelings.
In the past, we needed all that “potential energy” when we faced fight or flight situations. It probably saved our lives more than once. Today, this energy still exists in each of us in certain situations; if it is not discharged via some sort of conduit (either physical or of a more neural nature), it slows us down.
That’s why we need to get creative in the way we release stress. We don’t have time to go on a vacation every week; often we even can’t step away from the almighty computer, tablet, or cell phone.
How did menstruation become a taboo word?
Why don’t we call menstruation by its name but use expressions like 'auntie Flo comes for a visit'? Euphemisms serve a purpose. They give us words to talk about things that are considered culturally taboo.
Menstruation stigma is a form of misogyny. Negative taboos condition us to understand menstrual function as something to be hidden, something shameful. And by not naming a thing, we reinforce the idea that the thing should not be named.
But have periods always needed code words. Where did these words come from, and how did they come about? Were periods always considered a negative experience?
Menstrual euphemisms and taboos are old. But not all societies view menstruation negatively.
Menstrual taboos are found in the holy books like the Quran or the Bible"
“…in her menstrual impurity; she is unclean… whoever touches…shall be unclean and shall wash his clothes and bathe in water and be unclean until evening” Leviticus 15
Taboos on menstruation may have existed before agriculture started or even before languages fully evolved.
Nootropics, what are they and how do they work?Nootropics is the accepted term for substances that enhance learning and memory function.
Nootropics work in various ways depending on the characteristic of the substance.
Some work by enhancing oxygen transport to the brain, an improved energy turnover in the brain, better neurotransmitter availability, or enhancing the creation of other substances that influence brain activity.
take 1 capsule one to three times daily with/without food, or as directed by a qualified health care practitioner.
Do not take immediately before bedtime.
contains per daily serving (1 capsule)
Ashwagandha (10:1) 200mg †
Rhodiola rosea (3% rosavin, 1% salidroside) 200mg †
† = Recommended Daily Intake not established
active ingredient (ashwagandha, rhodiola extract) , filler (microcrystalline cellulose), vegetarian capsule (hypromellose)
keep dry and closed at normal room temperature between 15 - 22°C.
keep out of reach of young children
Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, taking antidepressant medication, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) or birth control pills, or if symptoms persist or worsen.
Consumption with alcohol, drugs or other natural health products with sedative properties is not recommended.
If you experience irritability or insomnia, discontinue use.
Do not use if you have bipolar disorder or bipolar spectrum disorder.
contains no familiar allergens (wheat, gluten, soy, lupin, nuts/tree nuts, celery, mustard, sesame seeds, dairy, egg, fish/shellfish or mollusks)
suitable for vegetarians and vegans