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For relief of mental and physical symptoms of stress and overwork, such as fatigue, exhaustion, irritability, tenseness
Rhodiola rosea root extract WS® 1375
Stress is described as a ”worldwide epidemic“ by the World Health Organization (WHO) and stress levels have been increasing alarmingly over the previous 5 years, according to a 2008 pan-European survey.
As disregarding the physical and mental signs of stress carries the risk of long term health problems, managing stress becomes crucial. Vitango® offers the dual action solution to stress, based on Schwabe’s Rhodiola rosea extract WS® 1375. Rhodiola rosea is recognized as a ”prophylactic and restorative agent to reduce stress and fatigue associated with excessive mental or physical work“ (WHO, 2005). Vitango’s dual mechanism of action increases the body’s resistance to stress by enhancing the levels of both composure and energy, thus relieving the mental and physical symptoms of stress. This unique dual effect of Vitango® is best understood when looking at the chemical processes in the body: This herbal medicine reduces the release of potent stress hormones like cortisol and epinephrine (adrenaline), thus granting relief of the mental signs of stress such as restlessness, anxiety and irritability without inducing drowsiness or having a sedating influence. On the other hand, Vitango® cranks up the “power plants” within the cells, by increasing the energy output of the mitochondria, the cell’s engines. So it also relieves the physical symptoms of persistent stress, such as fatigue and burnout, by boosting the energy production within the cells themselves.
Traditional herbal medicinal product used for relief of mental and physical symptoms of stress and overwork, such as fatigue, exhaustion, irritability, tenseness, exclusively based upon long-standing use.
Note: If conditions persist, are unclear or new, consult a doctor as diseases requiring medical clarification might be involved.
For information on precautions for use, side effects and contra-indications see the package leaflet or contact your doctor or pharmacist.
Data based on information issued 2009