The tonic, to always be in tip-top shape
Every vital function, every activity, every change requires the presence and availability of energy. Many conditions can lead to reduced strength, fatigue, weakness, prostration, which can occur due to increased energy requirements (motor activity, sports practice, seasonal change, schooling, convalescence), excessive nutrient loss (sweating, stressful conditions, birth control pill, breastfeeding) or reduced nutrient intake (modern diet or monotonous diet).
When fatigue consumes our energy, we must act promptly. Whatever the reason for our lack of energy, we become easy prey to external aggression.
Some plants have the power to revive even the most debilitated organisms. But it is advisable to resort to this help before reaching a critical condition.
The plants of vitality
The extract of certain medicinal plants is a natural response to increase physical, mental, emotional and sexual energy, thanks to the supply of micronutrients.
In particular, plants with tonic properties reduce fatigue, increase vitality, optimise the response to stress, improve mood, facilitate concentration and memory, improve school performance, promote sexual activity, stimulate the immune system, and optimise professional and sporting performance. Thus Aloe is recommended for its purifying, antioxidant, hydrating and regenerative properties; Eleutherococcus is indicated for its anti-stress and anti-fatigue properties; Ginkgo can help improve memory and concentration; Ginseng has tonic, energising, revitalising properties; Guarana, considered to be an “adaptogenic” plant, strengthens muscle activity and is suitable for physical, mental and sexual fatigue; Maca is used to increase vitality, overcome fatigue, correct asthenia, calm tension under stressful conditions, promote memory and physical endurance, thanks to its balanced magnesium, calcium and silicon content; Fermented papaya is used as protection against free radicals; Rhodiola is taken to enhance sports performance, optimise concentration, coordination, speed of visual perception and work productivity.