Concentration and focus
For this purpose, we have added R E V I V E high-quality, natural substances such as curcumin, ashwangandah, ginseng and bioperine. These special natural ingredients keep your brain and mind running at full speed at all times, and even have a long-term positive effect on your thinking performance.
Optimal metabolism and perfect vital functions
We also ensure an optimally running metabolism with R E V I V E, by adding all B - vitamins, important trace elements such as zinc and iron and essential amino acids such as lysine and tyrosine.
Mood brightening and good mood
A special complex of tryptophan, theanine, gingko and griffonia automatically activates the messenger substances serotonin and dopamine, the two best-known happiness hormones.
Increased performance and energy
The contained (200mg) caffeine are 100% of natural origin. They are composed of matcha, the green miracle powder, guarana, the power plant, and green coffee beans. From now on, no more midday lows, no more tiredness in the morning, but full throttle all day!
Ingredients: Guarana extract (caffeine), Ginkgo Biloba extract, natural microencapsulated caffeine, choline bitartrate, L-tryptophan, L-lysine, L-tyrosine, L-phenylalanine, Curcuma extract (curcuminoids), Ginseng extract (ginsenosides), Green coffee extract (chlorogenic acid), Matcha, Ashwaganda extract (withanolide), Griffonia extract (5-HTP), B3 nicotinamide, ferrous sulfate, calcium pantothenate, zinc carbonate, black pepper extract (bioperine), pyridoxal-5-phosphate, ergocalciferol, thiamine hydrochloride, pteroyl monoglutamic acid, methylcobalamin
NRV (%): Reference intakes for the average adult according to Regulation (EU) 1169/2011
**No recommendation available
*kbE = colony forming units
Recommended intake: Swallow 2 tablets daily.
Notice: Do not exceed the specified recommended daily intake. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced, varied diet and healthy lifestyle. Not suitable for people sensitive to caffeine. Not recommended for children, pregnant or lactating women. Product contains 100 mg of caffeine per serving.
Content: 44.6 g (= 60 tablets)
Storage: Keep the product out of the reach of small children. Please store the product dry, protected from light and not above 25°C.
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R E L I V E Ingredients
Guarana - the natural stimulant
This plant contains about twice as much caffeine in its seeds as coffee beans. The inhabitants of the Amazon region at that time already swore by it. As several studies have now shown, guarana extract demonstrably improves the cognitive performance of and reduces mental fatigue. Guarana has also been found to enhance memory performance, lead to increased alertness, and positively affect mood. These effects cannot be attributed solely to the caffeine content of guarana.
Panax ginseng - A very special medicinal plant
Red ginseng - also called Panax ginseng, Asian or Korean ginseng - is a natural adaptogen. Panax ginseng is considered one of the best researched ginseng species and seems to have positive effects on mood, immune system and thinking performance. In addition, studies exist on the influence of red ginseng on erections, testosterone levels, hot flashes and athletic performance. Ginseng stimulates the immune system, the central nervous system and the hormonal system. On the other hand, it acts as a stress reliever thanks to its adaptogenic properties.
Ashwagandha - The source of new energy
The African berry, which visually looks very similar to the physalis known in this country, is becoming increasingly popular. Also called sleep berry, it helps to increase performance and to find inner strength and peace. Ashwagandha also has a positive effect against inflammation in the body.
Griffonia Extract - The African Magic Plant
Griffonia, also known as African black bean - originates from tropical Africa and is a climbing plant. Everyday stress, an unbalanced diet and lack of exercise can lead to a serotonin deficiency. The consequences are problems falling asleep and sleeping through the night, depressive moods and obesity. The amino acid 5-HTP is the direct precursor of serotonin. Since Griffonia contains a lot of 5-HTP (5-hydroxytryptophan), it has been shown to activate the formation of this important neurotransmitter. For mood swings and depression, 5-HTP has also proven to be very helpful.
Matcha - the green miracle powder
Matcha (Japanese: "ground tea") is a variety of green tea. Matcha is obtained exclusively from the young tender leaf tips of Tencha tea, without stems and stalks. Green tea contains the amino acid L-theanine. In Matcha tea, the content of this amino acid is even higher than in other green teas. L-theanine can enhance alpha waves in the brain, which provide a relaxed mood. The alpha waves can also help ward off signs of stress.
Lysine - A real all-rounder
This vital amino acid helps in the formation of enzymes, hormones and antibodies. It also supports the growth of bones, other amino acids and accelerates wound healing and regeneration. In addition, lysine has been proven to help against cold sores! It also strengthens the immune system. Lysine can not be produced independently by the body, and must therefore be taken through food or various supplements.
Tryptophan - Boost for your well-being
A rather unknown, essential amino acid, through whose intake the happiness hormone serotonin is triggered. This means for you that your well-being increases. It also helps to form enzymes that promote metabolism. Tryptophan cannot be produced independently by the body, and must therefore be taken in through food or various supplements.
Tyrosine - Fast performance enhancement
This amino acid is involved in numerous functions of the body and is a starting substance for the synthesis of important substances such as L-DOPA, dopamine, adrenaline, noradrenaline, etc.. It is therefore commonly referred to as a dietary amino acid. Tyrosine support the organism and are important for normal performance, including and especially during exercise. Taken with caffeine during diets, tyrosine develops a remarkable effect.
Piperine (Bioperine) - The metabolism boost
Piperine provides the pungency in pepper and is found in various types of pepper. So in green, white and black pepper. It provides an increase in food and nutrient absorption and thus accelerates the metabolism. Especially in combination with turmeric it works particularly well. It also protects the immune system by blocking free radicals. There are even initial studies that prove that it helps in the fight against cancer.
Ginkgo Biloba - Natural Stress Relief
The giant tree, which is widely distributed especially in China, is one of the oldest plant species ever. Ginkgo Biloba is one of the most effective plants when it comes to improving concentration and overall mental performance. But that's not all. At the same time, the plant not only supports memory, but also works against stress. This works because the plant effectively lowers cortisol levels.
Natural caffeine - The "healthier" caffeine
Caffeine provides increased concentration and better focus. It also improves cardiovascular performance and increases energy levels. However, where the caffeine comes from plays an important role. Is it synthetically produced or natural? Natural caffeine is found in more than 60 different plants, such as guarana berries or yerba mate. Synthetic caffeine works faster, but also provides a crash that minimizes any performance or ability to concentrate. It is also made with very unhealthy chemicals. Natural caffeine works slower, but more consistently and without crash.
Green Coffee Beans - The Metabolism Turbo
Coffee beans are still light green after harvesting. It is only through further processing and roasting that they become as dark as we are used to today. Therefore, when we talk about green coffee, we mean the unroasted coffee beans or products made from them. It is well known that coffee is drunk for fatigue and increased concentration. What is new is that coffee is also beneficial if you want to lose weight: responsible for this are the "chlorogenic acids" - these ensure that the production of glucose in the body is reduced and thus the conversion of sugar into fat reserves is minimized as much as possible. However, during the normal roasting of coffee beans, a high proportion of chlorogenic acid is lost, so green coffee beans are much more beneficial.
Phenylalanine - The weapon against stress
Phenylalanine is involved in the production of significant endogenous substances, such as tyrosine, a very important amino acid. Phenylalanine, as a precursor of tyrosine, is thus indirectly able to lift your mood. Since adrenaline is also produced from phenylalanine, it can thereby stimulate the body and ensure that you are in a better mood and thus show increased resistance to stress.
Curcumin - The natural anti-inflammatory
The yellow shining turmeric (also written curcuma) originates from India and Southeast Asia and is now considered the "healthiest spice in the world" or also the "spice of life". It is also the main ingredient of the well-known curry powder and is extracted from the root tuber of the turmeric plant. Curcumin not only has an anti-inflammatory effect, but also a strong antioxidant effect. Due to its chemical structure, curcuminoids can neutralize free radicals, making them harmless. In addition, curcumin also promotes the activity of the body's own antioxidants. Thus, free radicals are fought particularly effectively.
Vitamins for the daily requirement
Zinc is an essential trace element that must be taken in with food. It is involved in all metabolic processes and important bodily functions and is therefore essential for life. Among other things, the mineral ensures that the metabolism remains active, your immune system functions well, you can call up your cognitive abilities and that your cells have less oxidative stress and free radicals are rendered harmless. Especially in stressful phases or when you exercise a lot, your body consumes more zinc and your zinc requirement increases.
Vitamin B1 is a water-soluble vitamin, also called thiamine. It is important for numerous metabolic processes, especially in connection with the breakdown of blood sugar. Vitamin B1 must be taken in regularly with food, as the body can only store very small amounts of it. Thiamine has many functions in the body. It plays a decisive role in energy production. In addition, as a phosphate donor, it is involved in the transmission of stimuli and thus plays an important role in the nervous system.
Vitamin B6, also called pyridoxine, is not a single substance, but a group of three compounds. It helps to regulate all metabolic processes, helps in the formation of hemoglobin (red blood cells), contributes to all mental processes and especially increases the performance of the brain. The immune system also benefits additionally with a vitamin B6 intake.
Hardly any other vitamin has such a strong influence on your well-being and physical performance as vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin. In Germany, one in ten people has too little vitamin B12 in their blood. Over the age of 65, one in four is affected. A lack of vitamin B12 leads to nerve damage. Possible consequences are fatigue, weakness, anemia and nerve disorders. Conversely, additional B12 supplementation can have positive effects in these areas.
Niacinamide, better known as vitamin B3, does a lot for our organism: it is involved in all vital metabolic processes and supports, for example, the brain, pancreatic health and joints. It is similarly versatile in relation to our skin metabolism. It promotes the formation of messenger substances in the brain and improves memory and concentration. Niacin is also essential for digestion. Niacin is particularly important for cholesterol metabolism. It can lower total cholesterol and the "evil" LDL cholesterol.
The water-soluble vitamin can help increase your resistance to stress. Your body has to provide more energy when it is exposed to high stress. For example, it must metabolize fats and sugars more quickly and provide energy from them, or it must activate the nerve metabolism and supply it with energy during stress. Vitamin B is the precursor of the co-enzyme A, which does exactly this. Vitamin B5 also contributes to normal mental performance.
We need the trace element iron primarily for the vital transport of oxygen in the body. Iron is important for cell formation, but above all for "cell respiration. This means that the oxygen we take in through the lungs is bound with its help to the red blood pigment hemoglobin, distributed throughout the body via the blood and used in the cells for energy production. An iron deficiency can be manifested by paleness, fatigue and lack of drive.
Vitamin D occupies a special position among vitamins, because your body can produce it itself through sunlight on the skin (UVB rays). Strictly speaking, it is therefore not really a vitamin, but a hormone. You can also take in vitamin D through your diet, but an intake through food is usually not sufficient to prevent a vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D helps with all complaints such as fatigue, loss of performance, muscle weakness, poor wound healing, dizziness and also headaches. In addition, vitamin D is extremely important for the development and strengthening of your bones. The danger of bone fractures decreases with a rising value in the blood. The danger of osteoporosis (bone loss) in old age is reduced.
Folic acid belongs to the group of B vitamins. It is involved in the body in growth processes, cell division and blood formation. Improved blood formation increases performance. Pregnant women in particular should regularly supplement folic acid.