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Fatigue
What Is Fatigue?
Fatigue is a symptom rather than a specific illness or disorder. While it is common to have the occasional day where you feel tired and less energetic than usual, people suffering with fatigue feel tired and lethargic all the time and seem to lack energy.

Because fatigue is such a common complaint, it is often overlooked and relatively few people seek medical advice or take the necessary steps to changing an unhealthy lifestyle.
Siberian Ginseng
Eleutherococcus senticosis (Siberian Ginseng) is one of the most important active ingredients in Siberian or Oriental Ginseng is the ginsenosides, which greatly promote blood flow to the brain and peripherals. In oriental medicine, Ginseng is highly respected and prized as a natural energy booster that promotes energy, aids circulation, supports natural vitality and acts as an overall systemic supporter. It can combat stress and is a supportive tonic for healthy adrenal hormones. In a recent study Siberian ginseng was shown to support stamina and fitness. Take 100 - 300 mg two times per day


Olive Leaf
Olea europea (extract of Olive leaf) has leaves that were worn by athletes in ancient Olympic Games. Active constituents of this herb include flavonoids (compounds found in fruits and vegetables  that have diverse beneficial biochemical and antioxidant effects.)


Liquorice
Glycyrrhizin, one of the main components found in liquorice, is believed to stimulates the activity of the adrenal glands (regulates cortisol, the stress hormone) and so assist your body in coping with daily demands. Laboratory studies have reported that glycyrrhizin also reduces inflammation, promotes secretion of mucous (usually through coughing), soothes irritation, and protects the stomach and gastrointestinal tract. 
Dose: Take 200- 400 mg of standardised extract 3 times per day for 6 to 8 weeks. If using the dried root, take Dried root: 1 - 5 g as an infusion or decoction (boiled), three times daily. Do not use licorice if you have high blood pressure, edema, or heart failure.
Fatigue Fighter

Fatigue Fighter is a 100% safe, non-addictive, natural herbal remedy that can be used consistently to safely support healthy energy levels, increase stamina and endurance.

Fatigue Fighter contains a selection of herbs known as natural energy boosters for their supportive function in maintaining healthy energy levels, thereby helping to maintain balanced metabolism, stamina, endurance and routine, healthy performance without artificial stimulants or caffeine. Fatigue Fighter can make all the difference, without compromising health and without the risk of serious side effects.   
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The body has a set of mechanisms in place to regulate energy levels and because a variety of body systems contribute to this process the best way to keep energy at optimum levels is to support the body. The body relies on every organ to support healthy energy levels. When one body system is compromised a domino effect is created, with one system affecting the next.

Causes of Fatigue
Poor diet, excessive toxins and pollutants in the environment, unbalanced life-style, lack of exercise, and too much stress are all common factors that may lead to decreased energy levels. While many cases of fatigue can be rectified by changes in nutrition, environment, stress levels or sleep patterns, it may also be a symptom of a more serious problem. Common causes of fatigue include:

    * Depression

    * Anaemia (low iron in blood)

    * Hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar)

    * Candidiasis

    * Hypertension (high blood pressure)

    * Poor nutrition

    * Diabetes

    * Thyroid or  adrenal gland disease

Treatment for Fatigue
Natural remedies have been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years to increase stamina and support the body’s ability to regulate and boost energy levels, helping to encourage healthy and efficient routine endurance. In more recent times, research has confirmed this traditional wisdom. There are now many published clinical studies demonstrating the natural energy boosters present in a wide range of herbs. Not only are some of these remedies natural supplements for energy, but they can greatly improve immune system strength, general vitality and all round system functioning. Many vitamins and supplements for energy feature herbs such as Siberian Ginseng, Olea europea (extract of olive leaf) and Centella asiatica which can be taken to safely help fight fatigue and give that extra boost and restore your zest for life!

You may use herbs as dried extracts (capsules, powders, teas), glycerites (glycerine extracts), or tinctures (alcohol extracts). Unless otherwise indicated, you should make teas with 1 tsp. herb per cup of hot water. Steep covered 5 - 10 minutes for leaf or flowers, and 10 - 20 minutes for roots. Drink 2 - 4 cups per day.


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