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Saturday, August 16, 2008

ENERMAX Enhances Energy and Vitality

ENERMAX is uniquely designed to promote the cellular production of energy, while supporting the normal function of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis.

ENERMAX also plays an immuno-modulating role, thereby boosting energy to combat fatigue and stress, and enhancing intellectual and physical performance.
It builds muscular density and increases muscular strength, minimizes sore muscles after physical exertion, and preserves muscle fibers.

  • Improves concentration and mental alertness
  • Improves the muscular use of oxygen enabling longer aerobic exercise and quicker recovery/ increases stamina and endurance

  • Enhances immune function

  • Has adaptogenic properties

  • Helps the body produce ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) - the immediate source of cellular energy


1 to 4 vegicap/s (when necessary).

Take ENERMAX during the daytime.

Never take ENERMAX before bedtime (unless you desire to stay awake the whole night and still remain fully refreshed in the morning).


Ginseng Root B.E.E. - is uniquely extracted from both Siberian Ginseng and Asian Ginseng by a certain proportion that has stronger effects than any single extract. It contains ginsenosides, eleutherosides and polysaccharides that contribute to support the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal function, and enhance immune function. It improves the use of oxygen by the muscles, thus maintaining longer endurance during exercise, and helping to aid in a quicker post-workout recovery. In addition to enhancing physical endurance, it also enhances mental acuity and counter effects the symptoms of stress.

CoQ10 - is present in the mitochondria, which are the energy factories within cells that convert food into energy. It plays a crucial role in the generation of cellular energy, because it carries into the cells the energy-laden protons and electrons that are used to produce Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP), which is the immediate source of cellular energy. ATP increases energy and stamina, builds muscular density, increases muscular strength, buffers lactic-acid buildup (the reason for sore, achy muscles after physical activity), delays fatigue and preserves muscle fibers. CoQ10 is also a powerful anti-oxidant that is beneficial for the enhancement of the immune system and the protection of the cardiovascular system.

Beta 1, 3 Glucan - is a polysaccharide (a complex type of carbohydrate molecule) with immune-stimulating properties. It is useful for treating many bacterial, viral, and fungal diseases that are common problems for people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). As CFS often results in serious damage to the immune system, beta glucan is thought to provide very effective protection for the immune system.

Vitamin B Complex - is a natural energy booster and essential for increased energy levels and normal brain fuction.

Eleuthero Root B.E.E. - is an extract from Siberian Ginseng and contains eleutherosides and polysaccharides that play a critical role in supporting immune function. Also, eleuthero is an "adaptogen" (an agent that helps the body adapt to stress). It helps support adrenal gland function when the body is challenged by stress, thus improving immune function, because stress can run the immune system down. In addition, it helps enhance intellectual and physical performance and promote general health.



Fatigue is a feeling of weariness, tiredness,exhaustion, or lethargy. It is generally defined as a feeling of lack of energy.

Fatigue is not the same as drowsiness, but the desire to sleep may accompany fatigue. Apathy is a feeling of indifference that may accompany fatigue or exist independently.

Symptoms of Fatigue

Symptoms of fatigue include the following:

  • weakness, lack of energy, tiredness, exhaustion
  • passing out or feeling as if you are going to pass out

  • palpitations (feeling your heart beating)
  • dizziness
  • vertigo
  • shortness of breath

Causes of Fatigue

There are many possible physical and psychological causes of fatigue.

1. Sleep disturbances

  • not enough sleep
  • too much sleep
  • sleep apnea
  • shift work (changing shifts, night shifts)
  • alcohol

2. Heart diseases

  • congestive heart failure (fluid in lungs)
  • cardiomyopathy (dysfunction of the heart muscle)

3. Lung diseases

  • asthma
  • emphysema or choronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • pneumonia

4. Nutritional disorders

  • malnutrition (kwashiorkor, protein deficiency or morasmus, total calorie deficiency)
  • obesity
  • vitamin deficiency (thiamine, B12, B6, folate, vitamin C)

5. Electrolyte disturbances

  • low potassium
  • low magnesium
  • low or high calcium
  • low sodium

6. Endocrine disorders

  • low blood sugar or high blood sugar (diabetes)
  • high or low thyroid
  • low cortisol (Addison disease)
  • high cortisol (Cushing disease)

7. Gastrointestinal disorders

  • gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
  • peptic ulcer disease (PUD)

8. Neurological disorders

  • multiple sclerosis
  • stroke
  • Lou Gehrig disease

9. Infectious causes

  • any chronic disease
  • tuberculosis
  • hepatitis
  • mononucleosis
  • chronic fatigue syndrome
  • urinary tract infections

10. Connective tissue disorders

  • arthritis (osteoarthritis and rheutamoid arthritis)
  • lupus (SLE)
  • fibromyalgia
  • acromegaly

11. General disorders

  • cancer
  • anemia (blood loss or not making enough blood)

12. Gynecologic

  • pregnancy
  • menopause

13. Exercise disturbances

  • lack of exercise
  • too much exercise (worn out)
  • excessive workload

14. Psychological

  • depression (loss of interest, ambition)
  • anxiety
  • grief
  • stress

15. Medications

  • blood pressure medications work by different mechanisms to decrease blood pressure. The ultimate decrease in blood pressure also means a decrease in the amount of work the heart is doing, which can lead to a feeling of fatigue. Sometimes, the drug works not only on the heart, but also on the central nervous system.
  • heart medications work in different ways to regulate the heartbeat. Fatigue can be related to the effects the medication has on the heart or to the effects that spill over to other areas of the body.
  • psychological medications used to help depression and anxiety work by increasing neurotransmitters in the brain that have a calming effect on the body, thus stimulating fatigue.
  • narcotics - many pain medications are opiate derived. Drowsiness can be caused by opiates.
  • muscle relaxants work to decrease the contraction of muscles. This relaxation can lead to total body relaxation, which may cause you to feel fatigued.

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