Decreased motivation, lack of concentration? L-tyrosine combined with ginsengs and vitamin C optimise the production of catecholamines.
- Energy Ginseng helps to increase physical performance and vitamin C helps to reduce fatigue.
- Brain Eleutherococcus supports mental and physical capacities in case of fatigue.
- 30 or 60 pills
- L-Tyrosine, dry extract of Eleutherococcus senticosus - root, dry extract of ginseng (Panax Ginseng CA Meyer) - root, Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid), bulking agent: microcrystalline cellulose; Capsule envelope: vegetable (HPMC).
- Main indication
- Specific indication
- For adults, 2 capsules per day, 1 in the morning at breakfast, 1 in the evening at dinner. To consume from 14 years.
- It is recommended not to exceed the daily dose. A dietary supplement is not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. A dietary supplement is not a medicine. Keep out of the reach of children. Inform your doctor and / or pharmacist if medicines are taken simultaneously. For pregnant or nursing women, seek advice from your therapist. Keep away from light and moisture.
- Notification number
- NUT/PL 2406/27
- New product
Naturel energy booster!
Promotes catecholamines production and reduces fatigue.
This nutritional supplements helps the body when it is overwhelmed. It promotes natural production of of neurotransmitters that affect motivation and focus.
L-tyrosine contributes in :
- Dopamine Production
- Noradrenaline Production
Vitamin C contributes in :
- Normal functioning of the nervous system;
- Normal psychological functions;
- cells protection from oxidative stress;
- reduces fatigue.
Korean Ginseng and Eleutherococcus promote mental and physical energy.
Fortisine is the improved formula «Fortissim» of LEPPIN. L-tyrosine and vitamin C were added to two Ginseng extracts. This new compound allows fast energy gain and promotes motivation and brain focus. After all, L-tyrosine is an amino acid that is a neurotransmitter precursor (catecholamines). It allows producing dopamine (motivation, pleasure and happiness hormone). Vitamin C acts through hydroxylating with L-tyrosine in producing noradrenaline (awareness, alertness, focus and attention hormone).
This nutritional supplement should be taken in the morning before breakfast to allow tyrosine to easily break through the hemato-encephalitic (blood-brain) barrier. Adaptogenic plants strengthen amino acids.
L-Tyrosine participates in the making of brain neurotransmitters
L-Tyrosine is an conditionally essential amino acid. This tyrosine can be made by our cells from phenylalanine. However many situations (chronic stress, intense physical effort, repetitive intellectual focus, etc...)can overuse this amino acid and provoke a demand that is higher than the production abilities.
Understandably, in a stressful situation a person lacks this amino acid, for example a student during exams, a highly stressful job that demands much attention for a prolonged period during the day everyday.
According to experimental studies, the depletion of tyrosine and phenylalanine in healthy people, causes apathy, slows making decisions, worst mood and alters expectations and motivation.
Vitamin C is involved in making cerebral noradrenaline
In our brains, tyrosine transforms into dopamine and dopamine to noradrenaline with the help of vitamin C. This noradrenaline produced in the cerebral level « reptilian brain » allows higher levels of alertness that is important when we’re in a new or a dangerous situation. It affects as well attention, focus and feistiness.
According to scientific literature, noradrenaline contributes not only in the woke state, but is equally crucial for nocturnal neuro plasticity that helps long term memory.
Ginsengs boosts mental and physical energy
Adoing Ginseng to this nutritional supplement reinforces L-tyrosine. These adoptogenic plants boost mental and physical energy when fatigue occurs.
Nutritional information Fortisine
|Korean Ginseng extract||
|Vitamin C (l-ascorbic-acid)||
* Recommended Daily Intake (directive 2008/100/CE modifiant -> arrêté 08.01.1992)
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