ADB5-Plus™ is a specific blend of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other important nutritional synergists to support healthy adrenal function.
This new vitamin/mineral/herbal/glandular/enzyme formulation for adrenal support is formulated for professional clinical application in any adjunctive nutritional protocol to support and normalize adrenal function in such common contemporary conditions as adrenal hypofunction (Hypoadrenia), adrenal insufficiency, postural hypotension, ligament laxity, reactive hypoglycemia, low blood pressure (Hypotension), immune insufficiency, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fatigue, hypoglycemia, cognitive dysfunction, depression, anxiety, and stress.
ADB5-Plus offers a comprehensive choice for adrenal support, incorporating a diverse array of vitamins, minerals, botanicals and glandular components to provide restorative attributes to overstressed adrenals. In addition to pantothenic acid,
ADB5-Plus provides key components known to support adrenal function, including vitamin C, the B-complex vitamins thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and folic acid, along with NAC, adrenal glandular concentrate, Rhodiola rosea and Tyrosinase. For expansive adrenal cortical hypofunction support, ADB5-Plus™ is frequently used in combination with Cytozyme-AD™, Optimal EFAs, and BioGlycozyme Forte.
Adrenal fatigue is considered one of the most prevalent debilitating conditions of the past fifty years, affecting millions each year. Despite its commonality, it often goes undiag nosed. The adrenal glands play an essential role in many bodily functions, including stress adaptation and regulation. Specific nutrients, known to provide valuable support for the adrenals, can offer complementary and restorative features to overstressed adrenals. For example, pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) plays an important role in energy production, and a deficiency has been correlated to disruptions in, or abnormal neurotransmitter production, resulting in difficulty in dealing with stressful situations. Pantothenic acid is essential in the formation of coenzyme A (CoA), as the initial step in the synthesis of CoA is phosphorlyation of pantothenate. CoA is required in the synthesis of the neurotransmitter acetycholine, a chemical required for nerve transmission. Accordingly, pantothenic acid is sometimes referred to as the “anti-stress” vitamin.