Is Adrenal-T Right For Me?
Adrenal-T is our formula that has been thoughtfully curated with clinically-tested ingredients to help you achieve lifelong optimal health. Learn about the high-quality ingredients we select and how they work together to address adrenal support.
Your adrenals are small glands that sit on top of your kidneys, but they have a very big job to do. They basically are in charge of enabling your body to deal with stress. You know that shot of adrenaline you feel when you stumble and are about to fall? That’s your adrenals putting you on alert to danger, and when they are out of balance they can make you feel depleted of all your energy.
That’s why we created Adrenal-T to help your body manage stress and conserve energy without the side effects of pharmaceuticals. We use natural ingredients that support healthy endocrine system functions and rebalancing of your hormones.
We use plants and vitamins like Ashwagandha, Rhodiola, Schisandra, and Vitamin B-6 that work together to help you feel rejuvenated, both mentally and physically.
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Ashwagandha is a plant from the nightshade family, which is cultivated in India and considered to be an adaptogen that helps the body adapt to stress.
Holy Basil is an aromatic plant native to India that is used in Ayurvedic medicine as an adaptogen to help the body adapt to stress.
Rhodiola is a perennial flowering plant that grows in cold climates, including the Arctic. About 140 chemical compounds have been identified in Rhodiola, and it is thought to have properties that help protect cells from damage.
Schisandra is a shrub that generally twines around other vegetation and is native to Asia and North America. Its fruit is used medicinally as an adaptogen, a substance that helps the body naturally adapt to stress and normalize bodily processes.
Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine) is one of eight B Vitamins and is involved in the process of making serotonin and norepinephrine, which are chemicals that transmit signals in the brain.