We all experience periods of high stress. Easymulti Stress for Women ensures you get the vitamins and minerals you need for support, combined with GABA and adaptogens to relieve stress and promote natural calmness.
The physiological effects of stress can be destructive to our health, creating strain on our nervous system and adrenal glands. A full potency nutrient-dense multi-supplement can protect against the effects of stress and help your body adapt and heal.
To help you win the battle with stress, Easymulti Stress for Women combines your daily vitamin and mineral needs with GABA, cordyceps, rhodiola rosea and Siberian ginseng.Read More
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A source of GLA to support healthy hormones and skin.
Increases oxygen in the cells to improve stamina and athletic performance.
Used worldwide for its preventive and therapeutic qualities, including balancing hormones.
Speeds recovery time after workouts, and helps your body feel calm from stressful situations.
Relief from stress, anxiety and fatigue from adrenal exhaustion.
PharmaGABA™ is a natural form of GABA that binds to neural receptor sites to reduce the excitability of the neurons. This action plays an important role in reducing stress and anxiety, promoting feelings of relaxation, and improving concentration in as little as 30 minutes.
Adaptogens have the unique ability to keep your body in equilibrium by adjusting the stimulating and sedating effects based on your needs. You’ll experience long-lasting relief, with up to 8 hours of calm energy without feeling jittery.
Easymulti Stress for Women is a full potency multivitamin with the adaptogens cordyceps, rhodiola rosea and Siberian ginseng to keep your stress levels in check.
Easymulti Stress for Women combines cordyceps, rhodiola rosea and Siberian ginseng to help you manage your stress.
Siberian ginseng helps support the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA) and provide relief from stress, anxiety and fatigue associated with adrenal exhaustion.
Cordyceps Sinensis is a natural traditional Chinese medicine used for centuries for invigoration, health preservation, and reduction of fatigue. It is widely used as a tonic for longevity, endurance and vitality.
Rhodiola has been used in traditional herbal medicine and researched for over 45 years. It has the ability to relieve stress, enhance work performance and lessen physical and mental fatigue. It exerts an anti-fatigue effect that increases mental performance, particularly the ability to concentrate. Rhodiola may also improve mood and has been recommended for mental disorders.
B vitamins boost energy and help maintain the proper functioning of the nervous system and reduce the effects of stress.
Absorb what you ingest
Your body only uses what it absorbs. Our award-winning Omega Suspension Technology (OST) suspends the ingredients in healthy omega oils to protect the nutrients from losing potency, and enables your body to absorb more, giving you results you can feel.
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