GREEN TEA EXTRACT
Contains caffeine and polyphenols
Tea has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 3,000 years to address a plethora of health concerns. It wasn’t until the 1600s that their love for tea spread to Europe, making 4 o’clock known even today as tea time. Green Tea is derived from the young shoots of the Camellia Sinensis bush. The Green Tea extract in Altovis contains 350 mg of Polyphenols, which are compounds with high antioxidant properties – this amount is equivalent to about 4 cups of tea. There is also 100 mg of caffeine in Altovis, or the equivalent of about 2 cups of coffee. The lesser known stimulants in Green Tea are theobromine and theophylline – these stimulants are what make Green Tea popular for soothing respiratory ailments.
Altovis should not be taken in conjunction with Suvaril.
While Green Tea is hailed primarily for its amazing stimulant properties that may boost alertness, mental and physical performance, and brain function, its benefits may extend to a variety of other areas that extend your over health and well-being.
Adaptogenic herb for invigoration
Previously referred to as Siberian Ginseng, Eleuthero Root is a slender shrub native to northeastern Asia. Eleuthero root is promoted as a tonic for invigoration and strengthening during times of fatigue and high activity. It was studies on Eleuthero by Russian scientists in the 1950s that led to them introducing the term “adaptogen”, which means that the herb may help the body adapt to physical and emotional stress, boost your body’s resistance, and promote real strengthening effects.
Stimulant for energy and vitality
Korean Ginseng, or Panax Ginseng, is known for its roots that resemble the small figure of a man. Ginseng roots contain ginsenosides, which are responsible for the tonic and adaptogenic activity of the herb. For thousands of years, it has been used by the Chinese as a restorative tonic, and delivered to their wealthy as a rejuvenating and revitalizing agent. Popularly used as a stimulant today, the adaptogenic properties of ginseng may have a balancing effect on daily stress and a hectic lifestyle, in addition to enhancing overall energy and vitality.
Plant extract to boost performance
Octocosanol is extracted from plant surfaces and is related to Vitamin E. Studies suggest that Octocosanol may boost oxygen utilization throughout the body, and is used as a supplement to enhance strength, stamina, and reaction times.