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Poliquin supplement which lowers your stress and help you sleep better.

Licorice can be helpful if you are suffering from adrenal fatigue often indicated if your morning energy levels are depleted due to low cortisol. Cortisol levels should naturally rise significantly between 6am & 8am and drop throughout the day to aid better sleep.

Licorice Supreme serves to extend the half-life of cortisol, which helps with the problem of low morning energy stemming from levels of cortisol that are too low. By raising your morning cortisol to normal levels, in the afternoon and evening cortisol will drop, which will lower your stress and help you sleep better. This effect will also allow your other hormones to come into balance.

This supplement can be combined with Yin Builder for a synergistic effect. This product is not recommended for those on blood pressure medication.

Licorice Supreme is designed to support healthy cortisol metabolism in individuals who have been exposed to prolonged stress.

  • Supports healthy cortisol metabolism, which is associated with a healthy physiological response to stress.
  • Promotes healthy adrenal function and vitality.
  • Provides ashwagandha, an Aryuvedic herb with adaptogenic properties – often referred to as “Indian gingseng”.
  • Standardized to assure controlled delivery of glycyrrhizic acid – a key active ingredient from licorice.


Two tablets contain:

  • Licorice Root Extract (Glycyrrhiza glabra)……600 mg
  • standardized to 25% (150mg) glycyrrhizic acid
  • Ashwagandha Root 5:1 Extract (Withania somnifera)……100 mg
  • containing withanolides
  • A 4:1* herbal extract blend of: 500 mg
  • Rehmannia Root (Rehmannia glutinosa)
  • Chinese Yam Root (Dioscorea oppositifolia)
  • *Equivalent to 3000 mg raw, dried, unprocessed herbs
  • Other ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, cellulose, croscarmellose sodium

Warning: Licorice Supreme should be avoided for those suffering from high blood pressure.

author: jasonpatmore

I am a Personal Trainer and coach based in Liverpool Street.


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