Friday, June 12, 2009

Nutrilite® Siberian EnerG BY AQEEBJAVED





Better than a cup of coffee

100 tabs

Item #:A-5985

Price:$48.54 USD

Product Description


When you’re driving hard, sometimes you need a little help to keep going. Stay on top of your agenda with this exclusive blend. Better than a caffeine or sugar boost, eleuthero root gives you endurance. NUTRILITE Siberian EnerG adds ginkgo biloba for mental sharpness and improved blood flow to the brain. It’s a safe, natural way to keep your edge.

Each tablet provides:

  • 50 mg eleuthero root
  • 33.4 mg ginkgo biloba extract
  • 10 mg schizandra
  • Contains NUTRILITE Acerola and Citrus Bioflavonoid Concentrates for extra nutritional benefits

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

· The exclusive NUTRILITE® Acerola Concentrate and Citrus Bioflavonoid Concentrate contain phytonutrients. Naturally present in plants and fruits, phytonutrients help you achieve dietary balance and optimal nutrition.

· A daily serving contains 200 mg eleuthero root which is being studied for its effect on work endurance.*

· A daily serving contains 133.6 mg ginkgo biloba extract, being studied for its ability to improve blood flow to the brain.*

  • · Certified halal.

Children under 12 years of age, pregnant or nursing mothers, or anyone with a medical condition should consult with a physician before using this product. Keep out of reach of children.

FAQs

Why does this supplement use eleuthero root instead of panax ginseng?
We investigated both herbs, and believe that the endurance benefits of eleuthero root are of more value to NUTRILITE product buyers than the more transitory effects of panax ginseng.

Was eleuthero root previously known as Siberian ginseng?
Yes. Eleuthero root has carried the common name of Siberian ginseng in the past. However, a United States law was implemented in 2002 which limits the use of the name "ginseng" to herbs in the genus Panax. Therefore, some companies are now calling the Eleutherococcus senticosus herb by its "standardized common name," eleuthero, as it is listed in the Herbs of Commerce.

Use Instructions

2 tablets 2 times a day, preferably with meals.

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