Dry extract from Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris; Glycine; Magnesium bisglycinate; Vit. B6 (as Pyridoxine hydrochloride); Zinc bisglycinate and Cobamamide (Coenzyme. B12)
FASTER NIGHT REGENERATION AND BETTER SLEEP FOR ALL ACTIVE PEOPLE
Enhances energy during daily workouts
Increases strength and muscle growth
Helps improve the exercise performance
Supports the protein synthesis
Suitable for physical and mental overwork
Endorses healthy quality sleep after physical exhaustion from exercise
Influences positively the nervous system
Enhances sexual desire
HOW AND WHY IT WORKS?*
VemoHerb Recharge is a complex mixture of Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris extract, Zinc bisglycinate, Magnesium bisglycinate, Glycine and the Vitamins B6 and B12. The properties of the active substances in VemoHerb Recharge provide for its remarkable impacts. The specific bouquet of furostanol saponins, contained in the genuine Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris extract has a distinct positive effect on the strength, muscle growth, lean body mass, sexuality and supports the natural production of sex hormones (1-4). It helps the release of the toxins from the body, accumulated during physical overworks (5, 6), and the decrease of fat levels while building muscles (7, 8). Zinc bisglycinate has a beneficial effect on the immune system (9) and the healthy immune response (10). It also supports the normal testosterone levels in natural way and enhances the sexual potency. (1,2,8,11).
The use of Magnesium bisglycinate is highly favorable, since it is easier to be absorbed from the body, when compared to other magnesium-based supplements. It is also milder on the stomach, limiting unwanted discomforts (12). In addition, the presence of Magnesium bisglycinate in VemoHerb Recharge helps with the reduction of muscle cramps and the muscle regeneration. (12) It has positive effect on the nervous system and helps reduce anxiety and insomnia after physical overwork (13).
Magnesium plays an important role in body’s stress regulation. The daily routine is filled with different stress situations and factors – trying to accomplish your tasks faster and better than before, to maintain a perfect shape and to have time for rest at once is difficult. Here comes the role of VemoHerb Recharge, which helps you to keep the balance in your daily life. (23)
The content of Glycine in the formula of VemoHerb Recharge positively influences the retention of lean muscle mass during calorie restraint. (14) It supports the protein synthesis and normal levels of collagen, which are essential for the muscles, skin and bones. Glycine sooths away the tension and supports the quality sleep after tiring workout. (15,16)
It is for a fact that the supplementation with optimal amounts of Vitamin B6 is important for our general wellbeing. (17) It supports the good mood and normal healthy attitude when experiencing occasional simple nervous tension. This is partially because Vitamin B6, in combination with Coenzyme B12 helps the transmission of the nerve impulses, which influence positively the serotonin balance. (18 – 21) Coenzyme B12 helps the body to process proteins and facilitates the increase of muscle mass and strength. (22)
Active substances in 1 capsule:
250,0 mg dry extract from Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris, with content of 60% furostanol saponins determined as protodioscin; 350,0 mg Glycine; 230,0 mg Magnesium bisglycinate (from which Magnesium – 92,0 mg); 5,0 mg Vit. B6 (as Pyridoxine hydrochloride); 15,0 mg Zinc bisglycinate (from which Zinc – 6,0 mg); 125 ug Cobamamide (Coenzyme. B12)
Take 1-2 capsules at the evening.
Recommended daily dose:
1 to 2 capsules a day
Directions for use
Take between the meals or as directed on the label.
More information about the right intake and cycling, you can find HERE.
The product is a food supplement not a medical drug. The product is not a substitute for a varied diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. It is not recommended for pregnant, nursing women and children!
|*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.|
1.Milanov, S., E. Maleeva, M. Tashkov. – Tribestan effect on the concentration of some hormones in the serum of healthy subjects (1981)
Tribulus terrestris L. (TT) (puncturevine) is a common weed that grows in many countries worldwide and in some places is considered as a noxious weed. The plant has been used in traditional Chinese and Indian medicines and is now considered as one of the most popular aphrodisiacs. It is known for its healing properties for sexual difficulties, impotence, and human and animal hormonal imbalance.
2.Kalamegam Gauthaman 1 , Adaikan P Ganesan - The hormonal effects of Tribulus terrestris and its role in the management of male erectile dysfunction--an evaluation using primates, rabbit and rat
Hormonal effects of Tribulus terrestris (TT) were evaluated in primates, rabbit and rat to identify its usefulness in the management of erectile dysfunction (ED). TT extract was administered intravenously, as a bolus dose of 7.5, 15 and 30 mg/kg, in primates for acute study.
3.J Justino Mameri Filho, Mauro Abi Haidar, José Maria Soares Júnior, Edmund Chada Baracat - Effects of the association of estrogen and androgen in postmenopausal women
PURPOSE: to evaluate the effects of the association of estrogen and androgen on the quality of life and sexuality of women during climacterium. METHODS: ninety-six postmenopausal women with vasomotor symptoms and sexual dysfunction were included. The participants were randomly divided into three treatment groups with 32 pacients each: placebo, conjugated equine estrogens (CEE) (0.625 mg per day) and CEE (0.625 mg per day) associated with methyltestosterone (2.5 mg per day).
4.K Milasius , R Dadeliene, Ju Skernevicius - The influence of the Tribulus terrestris extract on the parameters of the functional preparedness and athletes' organism homeostasis
The influence of the Tribulus terrestris extract on the parameters of the functional preparadness and athletes’ organism homeostase was investigated. It was established the positive impact of dietary supplement “Tribulus” (Optimum Nutrition, U.S.A.) using per 1 capsule 3 times a day during 20 days on athletes’ physical power in various energy producing zones: anaerobic alactic muscular power and anaerobic alactic glycolytic power statistically reliable increased.
5.Naveen Khatak & Pradeep Kumar Singh – Beneficial effect of aqueous extract of tribulus terrestris on serum glutamate pyruvic transaminase in albino rat
6. Pavleta Tabakova, Dr. Mitko Dimitrov, Dr. Bozihdar Tashkov (head physician), Director of studies: (Prof. Dr. s. Dokumov) – Clinical treatment with Tribestan (pharmachim) in women with climacteric syndrome
7.Wenyi Zhu, Yijie Du, Hong Meng, Yinmao Dong, Li Li - A review of traditional pharmacological uses, phytochemistry, and pharmacological activities of Tribulus terrestris
Tribulus terrestris L. (TT) is an annual plant of the family Zygophyllaceae that has been used for generations to energize, vitalize, and improve sexual function and physical performance in men. The fruits and roots of TT have been used as a folk medicine for thousands of years in China, India, Sudan, and Pakistan.
8.R M Salgado, M H Marques-Silva, E Gonçalves, A C Mathias, J G Aguiar, P Wolff - Effect of oral administration of Tribulus terrestris extract on semen quality and body fat index of infertile men
Male fertility can be evaluated through complete semen analysis. Plants belonging to the Tribulus genus are known for their role in enhancing sex hormone levels and semen quality. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of T. terrestris on semen quality and physiological parameters. Sixty-five men with abnormal semen evaluation were included in this study, in which they were prescribed with oral administration of Androsten® (250 mg of Tribulus terrestris dried extract per capsule).
9.G Efstratiadis, M Sarigianni and I Gougourelas - Hypomagnesemia and cardiovascular system
Magnesium depletion in clinical practice is mainly related to loop diuretics and thiazides. Among patients treated with diuretics more than 1/3 exhibit hypomagnesa. Arrhythmias and sudden death attributed to magnesium depletion could be prevented by Mg administration.
10.Hajo Haase, Lothar Rink - The immune system and the impact of zinc during aging
The trace element zinc is essential for the immune system, and zinc deficiency affects multiple aspects of innate and adaptive immunity. There are remarkable parallels in the immunological changes during aging and zinc deficiency, including a reduction in the activity of the thymus and thymic hormones, a shift of the T helper cell balance toward T helper type 2 cells, decreased response to vaccination, and impaired functions of innate immune cells.
11.I.Kostova, D.Dinchev - Saponins in Tribulus terrestris – Chemistry and Bioactivity
Tribulus terrestris is a valuable herb known for its application in the folk medicine in many parts of the world. Furostanol and spirostanol saponins of tigogenin, neotigogenin, gitogenin, neogitogenin, hecogenin, neohecogenin, diosgenin, chlorogenin, ruscogenin and sarsasapogenin type are frequently found in this plant. Four sulphated saponins of tigogenin and diosgenin type are also isolated.
12.Alan Carter - The uses and benefits of magnesium glycinate, July 27, 2018
Magnesium is a vital nutrient for regulating many body processes, including muscle and nerve function, blood sugar levels, and blood pressure. This mineral also supports the making of protein, bone, and DNA.
13.Neil Bernard Boyle,* Clare Lawton, and Louise Dye
Background: Anxiety related conditions are the most common affective disorders present in the general population with a lifetime prevalence of over 15%. Magnesium (Mg) status is associated with subjective anxiety, leading to the proposition that Mg supplementation may attenuate anxiety symptoms. This systematic review examines the available evidence for the efficacy of Mg supplementation in the alleviation of subjective measures of anxiety and stress.
14.Marissa K Caldow, Daniel J Ham, Daniel P Godeassi, Annabel Chee, Gordon S Lynch 1 , René Koopman - Glycine supplementation during calorie restriction accelerates fat loss and protects against further muscle loss in obese mice
Background & aim: Calorie restriction (CR) reduces co-morbidities associated with obesity, but also reduces lean mass thereby predisposing people to weight regain. Since we demonstrated that glycine supplementation can reduce inflammation and muscle wasting, we hypothesized that glycine supplementation during CR would preserve muscle mass in mice.
15.Odara Maria de Sousa Sá, Nilza Nelly Fontana Lopes, Maria Teresa Seixas Alves and Eliana Maria Monteiro Caran - Effects of Glycine on Collagen, PDGF, and EGF Expression in Model of Oral Mucositis
Oral mucositis is frequently a toxic effect of chemotherapeutic and/or radiotherapeutic treatment, resulting from complex multifaceted biological events involving DNA damage. The clinical manifestations have a negative impact on the life quality of cancer patients. Preventive measures and curative treatment of mucositis are still not well established. The glycine has anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, and cytoprotective actions, being a potential therapeutic in mucositis.
16.Nobuhiro Kawai, Noriaki Sakai, Masashi Okuro, Sachie Karakawa, Yosuke Tsuneyoshi, Noriko Kawasaki, Tomoko Takeda, Makoto Bannai and Seiji Nishino - The Sleep-Promoting and Hypothermic Effects of Glycine are Mediated by NMDA Receptors in the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus
The use of glycine as a therapeutic option for improving sleep quality is a novel and safe approach. However, despite clinical evidence of its efficacy, the details of its mechanism remain poorly understood. In this study, we investigated the site of action and sleep-promoting mechanisms of glycine in rats.
17.Hanjo Hellmann, Sutton Mooney - Vitamin B6: a molecule for human health?
Vitamin B6 is an intriguing molecule that is involved in a wide range of metabolic, physiological and developmental processes. Based on its water solubility and high reactivity when phosphorylated, it is a suitable co-factor for many biochemical processes. Furthermore the vitamin is a potent antioxidant, rivaling carotenoids or tocopherols in its ability to quench reactive oxygen species.
18.Peter T Clayton - B6-responsive disorders: a model of vitamin dependency
Pyridoxal phosphate is the cofactor for over 100 enzyme-catalysed reactions in the body, including many involved in the synthesis or catabolism of neurotransmitters. Inadequate levels of pyridoxal phosphate in the brain cause neurological dysfunction, particularly epilepsy.
19.Aravinda Ganapathy and Jeri W. Nieves - Nutrition and Sarcopenia—What Do We Know?
Muscle health is important for the functionality and independence of older adults, and certain nutrients as well as dietary patterns have been shown to offer protective effects against declines in strength and function associated with aging. In this paper, micronutrients, macronutrients, and food groups have been reviewed, along with their studied effects on the prevalence and incidence of sarcopenia, as well as their ability to preserve muscle mass and optimize physical performance.