Feeling stressed off lately? Answer to your entire stress related problems lie in
our innovately formulated "Anti-stress capsules". Each capsule of this product
has been fortified with goodwill of Ashwagandha, Brahmi, Gotu kola and
Piperine. Clinical studies on our "Ashwagandha" have shown its remarkable
effect in stress resistance, memory enhancement, energy rejuvenation, sexual
function and strength. Brahmi and Gotu kola on the other hand improve mental
agility, helps with weak memory and learning in all age groups. These herbs
have also proved helpful in age-associated memory problems in the elderly.
Piperine ensures their bioavailability at systemic levels. Thus, making it all-in-
one solution for brain health of general population.
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Each vegetarian capsule contains-
Ashwagandha (W.somnifera,Rt) extract
Standardized to 5% withanolides.
Brahmi (B.monnieri,Pl ) extract
Standardized to 50% bacosides.
Gotu kola (C.asiatica ,Pl) extract
Standardized to 20% asiaticosides.
Black pepper (P.nigrum,Ft) extract
Standardized to 95% piperine
Dosage: One capsule twice a day or as directed by physician
Indications: Stress, Anxiety and Mental fatigue
Interactions: Should be avoided with CNS depressant drugs, alcohol and sedatives
Side Effect: No known side effect
Contraindication: Expectant and nursing mothers should consult physician before use
Storage: Store in cool dark and dry place. Keep away from children reach
Pack Size: 60 vegetarian capsules in green colored polycarbonate container
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From Distress to De-Stress With Brahmi
Stress is something that has come to become synonymous with our everyday lifestyle. The constant need to achieve everything within and beyond our ability, clubbed with an unhealthy diet