Sour Cherry Ginger
Zinc contributes to the maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood. Selenium contributes to normal sperm formation. Niacin contributes to normal energy metabolism. Pantothenic acid contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Choco Orange Ginger
Choco-Orange Ginger contributes to normal fertility and reproduction. B6 contributes to the regulation of hormone activity.
Niacin contributes to the maintenance of normal mucous membranes. Pantothenic acid helps reduce tiredness and fatigue.
With valuable active ingredients from nature
The rhizomes (shoots) of ginger are traditionally used in South and East Asia as a stimulating spice.
Gingseng has been valued for thousands of years as an extraordinary plant that inspires the senses.
Fenugreek was already known in ancient Egypt as a valued food ingredient; historical literature describes its life-affirming and emotion-stimulating properties.
The maca root is considered a superfood of the Andes; the Incas saw it as a guarantee of energy and stamina.
Hippocrates already described fennel as an important plant for maintaining health.
Who doesn't know watercress and its effect on the metabolism?
The ingredients around the caffeine give the green tea a special effect.
According to a whole series of scientifically sound studies, ginkgo shows a positive influence on the normal flow properties of the blood.
Tribulus Terrestris seems to get along perfectly with the other ingredients in terms of properties.