SCIENCE

MADMONQ® and CHAMPION are nutrient-dense formulas of some of the world’s most renowned ingredients. MADMONQ® is the first nootropic developed to naturally boost energy and improve brain performance for top-level gamers. CHAMPION is the first complex health supplement that fills over 30 nutritional deficiencies commonly faced by a player and their body.

MADMONQ® is a tablet of a synergistic combination of caffeine, tea extracts, non-essential amino acids, adaptogenic herbs and other nutrients. It provides a boost unrivaled by standard energy drinks. CHAMPION is a tasty, fruity tablet of 24+ nutrients like plant, herb, and fruit extracts, antioxidants, minerals, amino acids, vitamins, and much more. It provides a daily comprehensive reinforcement for a healthy gaming routine.

PLANT & HERB EXTRACTS

SIBERIAN GINSENG

{ Eleutherococcus senticosus }

Also known as Siberian ginseng. Believed to be the most potent adaptogenic herb and a strong antioxidant (protects the cells in your body from free radicals). The effects of Siberian Ginseng were researched heavily by cyclists and Olympic marathoners, as well as astronauts, soldiers and sailors.

GROWS IN: Coniferous mountain forests of Siberia, Japan and China

SCHISANDRA

{ Schisandra chinensis }

Schisandra berries have been used traditionally as performance enhancers and as an adaptogen.

GROWS IN: East Asia and China

GOLDEN ROOT

{ Rhodiola rosea }

A remarkable adaptogenic herb from arctic areas of Asia and Europe long history of use, dating back to when Vikings used it to enhance their physical strength and endurance. Sherpas have been using it to help them climb Mt. Everest and was studied heavily by the Soviet Union in relation to military, space exploration and Olympic sports applications.

GROWS IN: Wild arctic regions of Europe, Asia and North America

BACOPA

{ Bacopa monnieri }

An adaptogenic herb used especially by two of the world’s oldest health practices – Traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine. In India it is known as brahmi, referencing to the Hindu God of creation – Brahma. Recent science supports its health benefits considering Bacopa as one of the most powerful natural nootropic nutrients, a substance that enhances intellect.

GROWS IN: Marshy areas throughout India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, China, Pakistan, Taiwan, and Vietnam, also found in Florida, Hawaii

EUROPEAN BLUEBERRY

{ Vaccinium myrtillus }

Also known as the bilberry. British WWII fighter pilots reported improved night vision after eating jam made from these berries. They are a true superfood, loaded with anthocyanosides and anthocyanidins – both plant pigments with excellent antioxidant properties.

GROWS IN: Heathlands of Europe, northern Asia, Greenland, Iceland and Western Canada

CAFFEINE

{ Coffea }

A natural stimulant found in more than 60 plants, like coffee beans, tea, cocoa beans, yerba maté and guarana. Caffeine molecules help you stay alert by blocking adenosine, a neurotransmitter that relaxes the brain and signals the body to sleep.

FOUND IN: Leaves and seeds of various plants, especially coffee beans, cocoa beans, kola nuts, tea leaves, yerba maté and guarana

VITAMIN B6

{ Pyridoxine }

A member of the B-complex group, first isolated in the 1930s. It is essential for many bodily processes and is believed to have triggered the growth of the first life forms on Earth. It is extremely important for the development of the brain during pregnancy and keeping it healthy into adulthood.

FOUND IN: Germ and the aleurone layer of grains, also in avocados, sunflower seeds and pistachios

VITAMIN B12

{ Cyanocobalamin }

Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin involved in the metabolism of every cell of the human body: it is involved DNA synthesis, fatty acid and amino acid metabolism and is particularly important in the normal functioning of the nervous system, brain and is particularly important during the lifecycle of red blood cells in the bone marrow. It is also the largest and most structurally complex vitamin.

FOUND IN: Seafood (seaweed, fish), meat poultry, eggs and milk products; rarely found in plants

ZINC

{ Zinc citrate }

A crucial micronutrient for body function. Found in nearly every cell of the human body. It is not easily absorbed into the body unless attached to another substance. For this reason, zinc citrate is an excellent source of high purity organic zinc. It has one of the highest concentrations and also allows for superior absorption and body compatibility.

FOUND IN: Oysters, beef, tofu, hemp seeds, lentils and Shitake mushrooms

L-TYROSINE

One of the most important amino acids (building blocks of proteins). It is used mainly in the production of key neurotransmitters for motivation, focus, productivity and executive function.

FOUND IN: Dairy products (especially parmesan), high-protein foods like fish and eggs

L-THEANINE

{ from Green tea }

An amino acid found in green and black tea that affects the brain in truly unique ways. Like a professional wrestler, it tagteams with caffeine to increase the positive effects of caffeine and reduce the negative ones, preventing jitters and the caffeine crash afterwards.

FOUND IN: Most commonly in tea leaves (both green and black) and in small amounts in Bay Bolete mushrooms

CHOLINE

{ essential nutrient }

Choline is a molecule mostly used for its cognition-enhancing properties (turning into acetylcholine, the learning neurotransmitter).

FOUND IN: Eggs, particularly in the yolks

ACETYL-L-CARNITINE

{ ALCAR }

Acetyl-L-Carnitine is the purest, naturally occurring, biologically active form of Carnitine. Its name is derived from the Latin word for meat (carnis), which is where it was first isolated in 1905. Since L-Carnitine is closely related to B vitamins, it is also known as vitamin BT.

FOUND IN: Animal products like meat (the redder the meat, the higher its carnitine content), fish, milk and some plants (like asparagus)

XYLITOL

{ Awesome natural sugar substitute }

Extracted from berries, fruits or birch trees. It is tooth-friendly and contributes to the prevention of cavities. Replacing sugar in any food with xylitol maintains tooth miner­alisation and has a reduced effect on blood glucose levels.

FOUND IN: Fibers of trees (especially birches), fruits (raspberries), vegetables (cauliflower)

SPECTRA™

One-of-a-kind blend of 29 fruits vegetables and plant extracts shown to boost nitric oxide levels, stimulate antioxidant activity, support efficient cellular oxygen consumption and boost the body’s response to free radicals.

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LUTEIN

Lutein is one of two dietary carotenoids that’s an all-star for eyes, supporting vision sharpness, eye tissue, and contrast sensitivity all while contributing against blue light and glare.

ZEAXANTHIN

Zeaxanthin is the only other carotenoid that targets the eyes, creating a buildup for truly full-range “tower defenses” via the lens, macula, and central retina.

GLUTATHIONE

Glutathione is a master antioxidant and a molecule made up of amino acids (glutamine, glycine, cysteine). It is also naturally produced in the body to combat oxidative stress and scavenge free radicals.

MAQUI BERRY

Maqui berry is a fruit long fabled for its rich amount of antioxidants – molecules utilized in the body to protect the cells against damage.

VITAMIN A

Vitamin A supports the defense processes of white blood cells, which help capture and clear pathogenic bodies from your bloodstream. It also plays a role in maintaining eye health. Having enough vitamin A is vital to maintaining your immune system in tip-top shape.

VITAMIN E

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble compound that can be found in extra virgin olive oils (oily pizza lovers unite), supporting cells’ natural protection against damage caused by free radicals.

VITAMIN B12

Vitamin B12 is present in every cell of the body, bonding with proteins in the stomach as a central jump-off point to other parts. This way it can play a supporting role in everything from feeling energized or fatigued, to supporting the nervous system, red blood cells, and heart.

VITAMIN B3

Vitamin B3 intake is important because it’s not effectively produced by the body. Instead, it’s ingested and processed to aid the nervous and immune systems while also helping maintain proper metabolism.

VITAMIN B6

Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble nutrient that’s a key gear in the metabolism machine transforming “fuel” into energy. With some of the same powerhouse effects of its sibling vitamins (immunity, cells) it can also play a supporting role to regulate hormonal activity.

VITAMIN K2 + D3

Vitamin K2 and Vitamin D3 are taken complementary to each other to prop up their immune-boosting properties and play a key role in the normal growth and development of bones and teeth. Vit. D3 is primarily earned from being in the sun, so no, RGB and Elgato won’t cut it.

ZINC

Zinc is an all-star mineral that is absolutely essential to synthesize bodily actors (we’re looking at you Huge Ackman) internal and external (muscles, eyes, skin, tendons, joints, and bone.) All while supporting the most important evolutionary factors: fertility levels and the reproductive system.

SELENIUM

Selenium is a potent mineral utilized by the body in many “reconstruction” processes (nails, hair). It doubles as an antioxidant, helping maintain a healthy immune response while supporting the process of spermatogenesis.

COPPER

Copper is an “everywhere” mineral with an important role in many bodily processes linked to the production of vital proteins and structures (collagen, elastin) that constitute our connective tissues, keeping the carpal tunnel syndrome at bay.

L-METHIONINE + L-CYSTINE

These sulfur amino acids are crucial for the synthesis of keratin (the “hair protein”), which is an essential building block of, as the name suggests, luscious hair or a mighty beard.

MILK THISTLE

Milk thistle contains Silymarin, a potent plant extract that keeps your master clean-up mechanism (liver) functioning properly. Proper liver function is especially handy after celebratory evenings of one too many… juices.

PINE BARK

Pine Bark is a tree extract most commonly North American-sourced that’s been used for centuries for various health concoctions. It contains proanthocyanidins, which support a range of bodily functions including blood circulation, vascular health, and respiratory health.

L-CARNOSINE

L-Carnosine is a dipeptide molecule present in processes linked to proper functioning and development of the muscles, heart, and many other organs.

FENUGREEK

Fenugreek is an herb extract originating from India that contains bioactive saponins (diosgenin, protodioscin, yamogenin) and is being clinically examined for potentially strengthening sexual libido, testosterone levels, and glucose metabolism.

TRIBULUS

Tribulus is a plant extract popping with natural glycosidic compounds of the amphiphilic kind. We bet you stuttered a little. We did. These will fill you up with the spirit of the alpha animal by supporting sexual organs, hormone activity, reproductive systems, and body and muscle tone.

CHAMPION

PLANT, HERB & FRUIT
EXTRACTS

Nature meets elite gaming in MADMONQ®. We packed MADMONQ® with the most potent adaptogens and herbs the planet has to offer. Ancient civilizations used these as IRL Protect spells.

VITAMINS, MINERALS
& CAROTENOIDS

Essential power nutrients to make sure your energy metabolism is on point and your brain is properly fueled.

AMINO ACIDS & ANTIOXIDANTS

Amino acid can benefit our bodies and brains in amazing ways. They are precursors to many important neurotransmitters and work synergistically with other ingredients to improve their positive effects.

SPECTRA™

One-of-a-kind blend of 29 fruits vegetables and plant extracts shown to boost nitric oxide levels, stimulate antioxidant activity, support efficient cellular oxygen consumption and boost the body’s response to free radicals.

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  • 29 EXTRACTS FROM FRUITS, HERBS AND VEGGIES
  • BOOSTS NITRIC OXIDE
  • STRONG ANTIOXIDANT ACTION
  • SUPPORTS CELLULAR OXYGEN CONSUMPTION
SIBERIAN GINSENG

{ Eleutherococcus senticosus }

Also known as Siberian ginseng. Believed to be the most potent adaptogenic herb and a strong antioxidant (protects the cells in your body from free radicals). The effects of Siberian Ginseng were researched heavily by cyclists and Olympic marathoners, as well as astronauts, soldiers and sailors.

GROWS IN: Coniferous mountain forests of Siberia, Japan and China

  • adaptogen
  • blood sugar level
  • blood pressure
  • fresh breath, respiratory health
  • relaxation – good temper
  • natural defences – immune system
  • natural defences – resistance
  • immune defences – antioxidant
  • cognitive and mental performance
  • blood circulation
  • physical and mental health – recovery
SCHISANDRA

{ Schisandra chinensis }

Schisandra berries have been used traditionally as performance enhancers and as an adaptogen.

GROWS IN: East Asia and China

  • ADAPTOGEN
  • SUPPORTS MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
  • ANTIOXIDANT
  • RESPIRATORY HEALTH
  • LIVER HEALTH & DETOX
  • STRESS CONTROL
BACOPA

{ Bacopa monnieri }

An adaptogenic herb used especially by two of the world’s oldest health practices – Traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine. In India it is known as brahmi, referencing to the Hindu God of creation – Brahma. Recent science supports its health benefits considering Bacopa as one of the most powerful natural nootropic nutrients, a substance that enhances intellect.

GROWS IN: Marshy areas throughout India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, China, Pakistan, Taiwan, and Vietnam, also found in Florida, Hawaii

  • cognitive functions
  • circulation
  • concentration
  • memory
  • antioxidant
  • gall bladder health
  • mental health
GOLDEN ROOT

{ Rhodiola rosea }

A remarkable adaptogenic herb from arctic areas of Asia and Europe long history of use, dating back to when Vikings used it to enhance their physical strength and endurance. Sherpas have been using it to help them climb Mt. Everest and was studied heavily by the Soviet Union in relation to military, space exploration and Olympic sports applications.

GROWS IN: Wild arctic regions of Europe, Asia and North America

  • nervous system
  • fatigue
  • stress
  • digestive health
  • cognitive and mental performance
  • blood circulation
  • heart and vascular system – oxygenation
  • physical performance and condition
  • antioxidant
EUROPEAN BLUEBERRY

{ Vaccinium myrtillus }

Also known as the bilberry. British WWII fighter pilots reported improved night vision after eating jam made from these berries. They are a true superfood, loaded with anthocyanosides and anthocyanidins – both plant pigments with excellent antioxidant properties.

GROWS IN: Heathlands of Europe, northern Asia, Greenland, Iceland and Western Canada

  • eye health
  • stabilisation of collagen formation in eye
  • capillary vessels and vein health
  • antioxidant
  • healthy mucous membranes in stomach and small intestine
  • vascular health
  • heavy legs
  • blood sugar regulator
  • digestion – intestinal transit
  • glucidic, lipid and protein metabolism
VITAMIN B6

{ Pyridoxine }

A member of the B-complex group, first isolated in the 1930s. It is essential for many bodily processes and is believed to have triggered the growth of the first life forms on Earth. It is extremely important for the development of the brain during pregnancy and keeping it healthy into adulthood.

FOUND IN: Germ and the aleurone layer of grains, also in avocados, sunflower seeds and pistachios

  • cysteine synthesis
  • hormone regulation
  • reduced tiredness and fatigue
  • function of the immune system
  • red blood cells formation
  • psychological function
  • protein and glycogen metabolism
  • homocysteine metabolism
  • proper functioning of the nervous system
  • energy-yielding metabolism
VITAMIN B12

{ Cyanocobalamin }

Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin involved in the metabolism of every cell of the human body: it is involved DNA synthesis, fatty acid and amino acid metabolism and is particularly important in the normal functioning of the nervous system, brain and is particularly important during the lifecycle of red blood cells in the bone marrow. It is also the largest and most structurally complex vitamin.

FOUND IN: Seafood (seaweed, fish), meat poultry, eggs and milk products; rarely found in plants

  • ENERGY-YIELDING METABOLISM
  • HOMOCYSTEINE METABOLISM
  • RED BLOOD CELLS FORMATION
  • IMMUNITY
  • REDUCTION OF TIREDNESS AND FATIGUE
  • CELL DIVISION
ZINC

{ Zinc citrate }

A crucial micronutrient for body function. Found in nearly every cell of the human body. It is not easily absorbed into the body unless attached to another substance. For this reason, zinc citrate is an excellent source of high purity organic zinc. It has one of the highest concentrations and also allows for superior absorption and body compatibility.

FOUND IN: Oysters, beef, tofu, hemp seeds, lentils and Shitake mushrooms

  • normal acid-base metabolism
  • normal protein synthesis
  • normal metabolism of vitamin A
  • normal metabolism of fatty acids
  • normal macronutrient metabolism
  • normal fertility and reproduction
  • normal cognitive function
  • normal carbohydrate metabolism
  • the normal immune system function
  • cell division
  • the protection of cells from oxidative stress
  • healthy vision
  • balanced testosterone in the blood
  • maintenance of normal skin, nails and bone health
CAFFEINE

{ Coffea }

A natural stimulant found in more than 60 plants, like coffee beans, tea, cocoa beans, yerba maté and guarana. Caffeine molecules help you stay alert by blocking adenosine, a neurotransmitter that relaxes the brain and signals the body to sleep.

FOUND IN: Leaves and seeds of various plants, especially coffee beans, cocoa beans, kola nuts, tea leaves, yerba maté and guarana

  • Contributes to increase in endurance performance
  • Contributes to increase in endurance capacity
  • Helps to increase alertness
  • Helps to improve concentration
L-TYROSINE

One of the most important amino acids (building blocks of proteins). It is used mainly in the production of key neurotransmitters for motivation, focus, productivity and executive function.

FOUND IN: Dairy products (especially parmesan), high-protein foods like fish and eggs

L-THEANINE

{ from Green tea }

An amino acid found in green and black tea that affects the brain in truly unique ways. Like a professional wrestler, it tagteams with caffeine to increase the positive effects of caffeine and reduce the negative ones, preventing jitters and the caffeine crash afterwards.

FOUND IN: Most commonly in tea leaves (both green and black) and in small amounts in Bay Bolete mushrooms

CHOLINE

{ essential nutrient }

Choline is a molecule mostly used for its cognition-enhancing properties (turning into acetylcholine, the learning neurotransmitter). Found in high amounts in eggs, particularly in the yolks.

FOUND IN: Eggs, particularly in the yolks

ACETYL-L-CARNITINE

{ ALCAR }

Acetyl-L-Carnitine is the purest, naturally occurring, biologically active form of Carnitine. Its name is derived from the Latin word for meat (carnis), which is where it was first isolated in 1905. Since L-Carnitine is closely related to B vitamins, it is also known as vitamin BT.

FOUND IN: Animal products like meat (the redder the meat, the higher its carnitine content), fish, milk and some plants (like asparagus)

XYLITOL

{ Awesome natural sugar substitute }

Extracted from berries, fruits or birch trees. It is tooth-friendly and contributes to the prevention of cavities. Replacing sugar in any food with xylitol maintains tooth miner­alisation and has a reduced effect on blood glucose levels.

FOUND IN: Fibers of trees (especially birches), fruits (raspberries), vegetables (cauliflower)

  • contributes to the maintenance of tooth miner­alisation
  • induces a lower blood glucose after consumption compared to sugar-containing products
Lutein and Zeaxanthin

{ Calendula officinalis extract }

Carotenoids are pigments produced by plants that give fruits and vegetables certain coloring. Because they’re found in concentrated amounts in the macula – the functional center of the retina – they’re known as macular pigments. Lutein & Zeaxanthin are the only carotenoids found in the human eye and play a vital role in protecting us against eye fatigue.

FOUND IN: green leafy vegetables (kale, spinach, broccoli, peas, and lettuce),  egg yolk

  • Antioxidants
  • protect your body’s proteins, fats and DNA from stressors
  • Support Gultathione, another important antioxidant
  • Absorb excess light to protect eyes
  • defense against blue light
GLUTATHIONE

Glutathione is sometimes called the “master antioxidant” due to its critical role in the antioxidant defense. As a tripeptide comprised of three amino acids (cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine) present in every single cell of the human body, Glutathione is very important for cell growth and its viability.

FOUND IN: meat and dairy products, cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and Brussels sprouts), sulfur-rich foods, like garlic or onion, potatoes, peppers, carrots, avocados, spinach, and melons.

MAQUI BERRY

A powerful antioxidant from the Maqui shrub, a type of small evergreen tree. A USDA Report shows Maqui Berry to have the highest ORAC value in fruit (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) that is 5x stronger than blueberries.

FOUND IN: The relatively undisturbed Patagonia Region of Chile and Argentina.

  • Strongest Natural Fruit Antioxidant
  • Relieves Oxidative Stress
  • Protects cells against Free Radicals
Vitamin A

{ Retinol }

Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin (= the body can store it within the fat cells, holding onto it for when its needed). The active form from animal sources, and inactive from plant-based sources (the difference is your body has to process the latter to convert it into Vitamin A).

Active Vitamin A FOUND IN:

beef liver and liver products, oily fish (mackerel, salmon, cod)

Inactive Vitamin A FOUND IN:

dark leafy greens (such as kale and spinach), carrots, sweet potatoes

  • iron metabolism
  • skin
  • mucous membranes
  • vision
  • immune system
  • cell specialisation
VITAMIN E

Vitamin E is a nutrient that performs as a potent antioxidant in the body. It’s stored in the liver and fatty tissue and is used when needed.

FOUND IN: cooking oils, seeds and nuts

B Vitamins (B3, B6, B12)

Each type of Vitamin B serves a slightly different purpose, but the main benefits are to support your nervous system and to help the body convert food into fuel (carbohydrates into glucose), which is used to produce energy and thus reduce your tiredness and fatigue.

DID YOU KNOW? In gamers, the nervous system is very heavily loaded by hours in front of the monitor, so taking vitamin B supplements can help you a lot.

  • maintaining of healthy mucous membranes and skin
  • function of the immune system
  • psychological function
  • homocysteine metabolism
  • red blood cell formation
  • protein and glycogen
  • metabolism
  • cysteine synthesis
VITAMIN K2 + D3

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is naturally present in only a few foods – they do not contain a significant enough amount to meet daily vitamin D needs (like fatty fish and mushrooms). Up to 95% of our intake comes from the UV rays of the sun, which also plays a role in regulating its conversion to prevent toxicity.

Vitamin K is also a fat-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in coagulation, better known as blood clotting. Clotting is a process that helps prevent excessive bleeding both inside and outside the body. Vitamin K is a cofactor for some proteins involved in bone mineralization, so it helps to maintain bones strong and healthy.

  • immune system
  • bones
  • muscle function
  • teeth
  • absorption/utilisation of calcium and phosphorus
  • blood calcium levels
  • cell division
ZINC

Zinc plays key roles in the human body function as a “supermineral”. Almost all cells in our body contain zinc. The highest concentrations are found in muscles and bones. It has a key role as a catalyst in a wide range of reactions and is, in fact, a catalyst for about 100 enzymes.

FOUND IN: meats, shellfish, legumes, mushrooms, whole grains

  • vision
  • immune system
  • protection of cells from oxidative stress
  • cognitive function
  • carbohydrate metabolism
  • macronutrient metabolism
  • metabolism of vitamin A
  • protein synthesis
  • bones
  • hair, nails, skin
  • process of cell division
SELENIUM

Selenium is an essential component of various enzymes and proteins, called selenoproteins, and in form of L-selenomethionine has been shown to have superior absorption.

FOUND IN: brazil nuts, seafoods, and organ meats (the richest food sources of selenium). Other sources include muscle meats, cereals and other grains, and dairy products.

  • immune system
  • protection of cells from oxidative stress
  • hair and nails
  • spermatogenesis
  • thyroid function
COPPER

{ cuprum }

Copper is a mineral found throughout your body. It’s a nutrient that your body needs in small (trace) amounts to function properly. It is most well known for being a vital component of the antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase, that protects cells against harmful effect of free radicals.

FOUND IN: oysters and other shellfish, whole grains, beans, nuts, cocoa, organ meats (kidneys, liver)

  • connective tissues
  • energy-yielding metabolism
  • nervous system
  • immune system
  • protection of cells from oxidative stress
  • hair and skin pigmentation
  • iron transport in the body
L-METHIONINE

Methionine is an essential amino acid that can convert into several sulfur-containing molecules with important functions, such as glutathione, taurine, SAM (S-adenosylmethionine) and creatine. These molecules are critical for the normal functions of the cells in your body. It is also involved in starting protein production in your cells.

FOUND IN HIGH AMOUNTS: fish, meat and eggs

  • Building block of Protein
  • Synthesis of keratin (hair molecules)
  • Normal growth and repair of body tissues
MILK THISTLE

{ Silybum marianum extract }

Known sometimes as “The King of Liver Protection”, its usage appears to have extended to Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda, where it was recommended for natural detoxification. Many scientific studies have indicated that Milk Thistle with high amount of its active constituent Silymarin may help to support healthy liver function. Silymarin is found in highest concentrations in the seeds of the plant but smaller amounts within its leaves.

DID YOU KNOW? The common name, Milk thistle, is derived from the “milky white” veins on the leaves, which, when broken open, yield a milky sap.

  • Antioxidant
  • Liver health – digestion
  • Purification
  • Heart health
PINE BARK

{ Pinus pinaster }

Pine Bark is a good source of numerous phytochemicals,natural plant compounds that support better health. The most interesting are proanthocyanidins, powerful antioxidant compounds (maybe more potent than Vitamin C and E) that provide a wealth of added health benefits.

FOUND IN: Most commonly North America, variations also in Mediterranean region

  • vascular health
  • microcirculation
  • antioxidant
L-CARNOSINE

Carnosine is naturally produced by the body in the liver from amino acids beta-alanine and histidine. It’s also a protein building block found in muscles, and it is also found in the heart, brain, and many other parts of the body.

FOUND IN: meats, such as turkey, chicken, beef, or pork

  • Antioxidant
  • Supports Muscles
  • Support Heart
  • Support Brain Tissue
FENUGREEK

{ Trigonella foenum Graecum }

Fenugreek is an herb historically used in alternative medicine. It’s a common ingredient in Indian dishes and often taken as a supplement. The seeds are rich in saponins — chemicals that have been associated with many health benefits, such managing blood sugar and lipids levels.

DID YOU KNOW? Fenugreek leaves and seeds are aromatic and have a complex taste described as nutty, sweet, and slightly bitter.

  • Manages proper glucose levels
  • Sustain attention
  • Steady blood sugar levels positively impact cognitive function improved focus and better/longer gameplay
TRIBULUS

{ Tribulus terrestris }

A herb frequently recommended for male health including virility and vitality, and specifically more catered towards cardiovascular and urogenital health. It is a common supplement for its libido enhancing properties and supposed testosterone boosting properties. Its fruits have been used in traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda. It is a well‑patronized medicinal herb also by modern herbalists.

FOUND IN: Mediterranean, subtropical, and desert climate regions around the world (India, China, southern USA, Mexico, Spain, and Bulgaria).

  • Natural defences - immune system
  • Nervous system
  • Body & muscle tone
  • Energy
  • Urinary & Reproductive systems
  • Sexual organs and/or hormone activity
  • Respiratory health
  • Cardiovascular health
  • Blood clotting, blood purification
Vitamin C

{ Asorbic Acid }

Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin, so it’s almost impossible to overload your system. If you do happen to consume too much of the vitamin at once, you will just excrete it by urination. This also means that you can’t take this vitamin once a week and expect for it to have a residual effect. You have to take it every day to cover the daily body needs.

FOUND IN: citrus fruit, such as oranges and orange juice, peppers, strawberries, blackcurrants, broccoli

DID YOU KNOW? Neurons in the central nervous system (CNS) contain some of the highest ascorbic acid concentrations of mammalian tissues.

  • immune system
  • protection of cells from oxidative stress
  • reduction of tiredness and fatigue
  • nervous system
  • psychological function
  • energy-yielding metabolism
  • normal collagen formation for the healthy bones and teeth, blood vessels, cartilage, skin and gums
L-citrulline, L-cystine

L-citrulline and L-cystine are non-essential amino acids that are the structural components of the proteins that make up the tissues and organs of your body. l-citrulline can convert into Nitric oxide which is then involved in the regulation of many physiological processes, e.g. contributes vasodilatation – it relaxes the inner muscles of the blood vessels, causing them to widen and increase circulation.

FOUND IN: poultry, eggs, dairy, red peppers, garlic and onions

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