ATP Cort RX 90 Capsules
ATP CORT RX:
- Helps the body to adapt efficiently to external stress
- Reduces the severity of internal stress from toxic, immune and inflammatory triggers
- Takes the burden off the adrenal gland and has a sparing effect on cortisol
- Helps to restore healthy cortisol fluctuations
- Anti-catabolic - by reducing the damaging effects of cortisol in response to stress, training and stimulants
- Improve resilience
- supports healthy digestion, detoxification and antioxidant defence systems
- supports healthy immune system function
- potent anti-inflammatory and pain reliever
Each 500mg capsual contains ATP Science Cort RX Blend: Schisandra chinensis berry extract, Withania somnifers extract, Withania somnifera extract, Rhodiola rosea extract, Curcuma longa extract.
Schisandra chinensis has been used in Traditional Chinese culture since antiquity. It is highly regarded as it is said to possess each of the five classically recognised tastes, namely bitter, sweet, salty, sour and pungent. Its use in men is reported in texts that date back to the first century BC.
Schisandra is a woody vine with numerous clusters of tiny, bright red berries. It is found throughout northern and northeast China and the adjacent regions on Russia and Korea. It has sour, sweet, salty, hot and bitter tastes. This unusual combination of flavours is reflected in its Chinese name wu-wei-zi meaning five tastes fruit. Schisandra has been used in Chinese culture for centuries.
Withania has been utilised as an important herb in Traditional Indian culture with reports of its use dating back 3000-4000 years. It is a highly regarded herb in Traditional Indian culture. It is a small evergreen shrub that grows to about four or five feet tall. Withania holds a place in India similar to that of Ginseng in China. It is known as a herb that has a particular affinity with males.
Rhodiola (also known as golden root), grows primarily in the sandy grounds at high altitudes in the arctic areas of Europe and Asia. It has been utilized as an important herb for centuries in Russia and Scandinavia. Siberians secretly transported the herb down ancient trails to the Caucasian Mountains where it was traded for Georgian wines, fruits, garlic, and honey. Chinese emperors sent expeditions to Siberia to bring back the “golden root”.
Rhodiola has been used in Traditional cultures of China, Serbia and Capathian mountains of the Ukraine. It has a tradition of use in both men and women. In Serbia it was taken regularly especially during the cold and wet winters. It is reported to have been used by the Vikings.
Curcuma longa is a member of the ginger family and grows to a height of three to five feet. It is the source of the spice turmeric. It has a long history of use in China and India with its use dating back centuries. In the 13th Century Marco polo marveled at its similarities to saffron. A component of curcuma known as curcumin, gives curries the characteristic yellow colour and is also used for many other purposes, including to colour foods and clothes.