What's in Garden of Life products Clear Energy
The herbs in Garden of Life products
Clear Energy have been manufactured using the
Poten-Zymeprocess to enhance absorption and assimilation of the precious phytochemicals
contained in them. Formulated by Jordan Rubin, this unique supplement contains Adaptogenic herbs whose properties are proven effective in helping cells adapt to and resist physical, environmental and chemical stress. Phytochemicals are natural compounds found in plant foods that work with nutrients and dietary fiber to support overall good health.
The 12 super tonic herbs found in Garden of Life's Clear Energy include:
Eleutherococcus senticosus root:
A potent tonic herb that has developed a tremendous reputation as a premier supplement for its energy
promoting benefits and recuperative properties. Siberian Ginseng increases respiratory power by helping the body to better utilize and assimilate oxygen. A long time favorite among Soviet athletes, it has the rare ability to improve both short term and long term energy.
Known to promote energy, adaptability, and heighten alertness. American Ginseng is a cooling herb known to replenish fluids and tonify the lungs and is highly regarded for its ability to increase endurance.
Traditionally called "the great protector", Astragalas is known for it's amazing strengthening effects, particularly to the musculature. It is therefore tremendously beneficial to those who tend to be physically active and require abundant physical energy.
Believed to have an action similar to Ginseng, but milder. Codonopsis is extremely effective at relieving fatigue. Its blood-building quality makes it especially good for people who are weakened due to illness.
Used to sharpen concentration, improve memory, and increase alertness. Various tests have shown that moderate therapeutic doses can improve activities requiring concentration, fine coordination, sensitivity and endurance. Chinese women have historically held Schizandra in very high favor, because of its beauty-enhancing qualities. It has been used for centuries by both men and women to promote vigor and alertness.
Used for maintaining youthfulness and for providing overall strength to the body. It has also been shown to strengthen tendons, ligaments, bones, and helps prevent premature aging.
Long been used as a longevity herb. It is further believed to fortify the system against disease, and provide
The most commonly used herb in Chinese herbalism. It helps to increase vital energy and build strong muscle tissue.
Licorice is often used as a detoxifier to cleanse the blood and liver.
According to noted plant biochemist Dr. Zakir Ramazanov, "Rhodiola rosea is a much more powerful anti-stress, positive mood and memory enhancing formula than other phyto-medicines, including St. John's wort, Ginkgo biloba, and Panax ginseng. Dr. L. Utkin, Russian botanist and nutritionist, performed some of the first research on Rhodiola. In addition to the plant's ability to increase physical endurance, he discovered that the plant increased sexual performance.
This so called "Peruvian Ginseng" is from South America and is rapidly gaining attention in the United States for it's success in supporting energy, stamina, libido and with hormone balancing for men and women. In traditional Andean culture, maca is used for male impotence, menopausal symptoms, menstrual disorders and as an aphrodisiac. In Inca society, maca was used, like ginseng, to impart kalpa, or strength. It acts as an energizer and anti-stress agent.
Vitamin B2 (1.7 mg), B3 (20 mg), B6 (2 mg), B12 (6 mcg)