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180 Vegetarian Capsules






The Basics

Adaptogens are unique class of herbal ingredients used to improve the health of your Adrenal system. They strengthen the body’s response to stress and enhance it’s ability to cope with anxiety and fight fatigue.

By tonifying and rejuvenating the entire adrenal system, they promote the healthy regulation of cortisol the “stress hormone”. They’re called adaptogens because of their unique ability to “adapt” their function according to your body’s specific needs.

How to take them

Take 3 capsules twice a day with meals or as directed by your health care practitioner.


180 capsules

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Product Ingredients


Herbs to improve your body’s response to stress

American Ginseng
Rhodiola Rosea
Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) is included for it’s role in helping the body generate energy from food


180 Capsules


As a dietary supplement, take 3 capsules twice a day with meals or as directed by your health care practitioner.

Formulated to exclude wheat, yeast, gluten, eggs, dairy, soy, artificial colors, flavors, sugars, preservatives or ingredients of animal origin.

WARNING: If you are pregnant, nursing or have hypertension, diabetes, or kidney or liver disorders, consult your healthcare practitioner before use. If you experience headaches, sleeplessness or heart palpitations discontinue use and consult your healthcare practitioner.

Store in a cool, dry, dark place. Keep out of the reach of children. Naturally occurring color, size and shape may vary between lots.

Manufactured in an NSF certified GMP registered facility. GMP refers to the Good Manufacturing Practice regulations as put forth by the US Food and Drug Administration. For more information on NSF see

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I forgot to take my pills today – what should I do?

No need for concern, just continue with them the next day.

I only took one dose today – what should I do?

No need to do anything, just continue taking as you would normally.

Is Adaptogens suitable for children?

No, we do not recommend them for children.

May I take them if I am pregnant or nursing?

No, we do not recommend them for pregnant or nursing women.

When is the best time to take them?

We recommend taking two tablets with breakfast and then two again with lunch to avoid possible interference with sleep.

Are there any side effects?

Adaptogens is well tolerated. However, there can be the occasional side effect of sleeplessness if taken late in the day and also mild agitation.

How long should I stay on Adaptogens?

We recommend using Adaptogens for 3 months and then taking a break for 3 weeks. If you feel you need them again after the 3-week break, repeat the cycle.

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Customer Reviews

* Results May Vary

Be Well Adaptogens
Review by Magdalena
I feel way better balanced than without them. I am finishing my 4th bottle and will purchase more. (Posted on 5/23/2016)
i love them:)!
Review by jeri lynn
I woke up refreshed after a great sleep recently and the first thing I said to myself was "adoptogens!" they are truly making a difference in my (perimenopausal and not sleeping well) body!! I highly recommend!! (Posted on 4/23/2016)
Be well
Review by Jennifer
Having taken this now for a month, I feel more balanced. Nothing earth shattering but I do feel a difference and plan to continue to take for another month. I like that it does not have added caffeine. (Posted on 11/9/2015)
Regulates cortisol
Review by Sandra
My cortisol levels were out of balance and I was having trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. I'm starting to sleep through the night thanks to Adaptogens! (Posted on 11/4/2015)

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