Adrenoserine is a powerful vitamin and herbal blend of ingredients that offers support for proper adrenal gland function, stress and energy. The adrenal glands secrete several important hormones that help regulate and maintain the balance of numerous bodily functions. When these glands release improper levels of these hormones as a result of stress, the response can lead to numerous health concerns. The adrenal glands use nutrients such as Vitamin C and Vitamin B6 to produce their hormones. Pantothenic Acid is widely recognized for its central role in adrenal function and cellular metabolism. Ashwagandha and Phosphatidylserine are powerful stress-busting nutrients.†
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- Non-GMO Dietary Supplement
- Made following cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices)
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- Made using vegetarian capsules employing advanced delivery for efficient absorption
Suggested Usage: As a dietary supplement, take two (2) capsules daily with food, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
|Serving Size: 2 Vegetarian Vcaps® Capsules
|Servings Per Container: 30
|Amount Per Serving
|Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
|Adrenal Gland (Concentrate)
(Glycyrrhiza glabra) Root Powder
|Ashwagandha Root Powder
|Phosphatidylserine (from soy)
|* Daily Value (DV) not established.
Other Ingredients: Rice Flour, Hypromellose (Vegetable Capsule), Vegetable Stearate.
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As a dietary supplement for adults, take two (2) capsules daily with food, or as directed by your healthcare professional. Warning: Do not take this product if pregnant, nursing, have fibrocystic breast disease, high blood pressure, or if taking MAOI or SSRI drugs, or antihypertensive medications.
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The Science Behind Adrenoserine
Evidence published in Reproductive Medicine and Biology states that Pantothenic acid has been shown in the research literature to raise cortisol levels. It also appears to improve stress resiliency, acting as a modulating agent for adrenal function. Pantothenic acid is a precursor for acetyl coenzyme A production, a compound essential for the production of corticosteroid hormones. 
Research from Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology explains how DGL Licorice root extract helps to combat stress and promote adrenal health and relaxation. DGL Licorice root increased DHEA and decreased cortisol levels. 
In a clinical study published in Cureus it was found that Ashwagandha root extract was beneficial in reducing stress and anxiety. In this study, serum cortisol levels were reduced with both Ashwagandha 250 mg/day (P < 0.05) and Ashwagandha 600 mg/day (P < 0.0001). Compared to the placebo group participants, the participants receiving Ashwagandha had significant improvement in sleep quality as well. Stress is associated with altered hormonal secretions of cortisol, adrenaline, and norepinephrine. Chronic stress is known to deviate the normal sleep-wake cycle by impacting the level of circadian cortisol. Adaptogens like Ashwagandha exert their stress-protective effect by regulating homeostasis via several mechanisms of action associated with the hypothalamic pituitary adrenal (HPA) axis, and also by controlling key mediators of the stress response. 
Phosphatidylserine is a naturally occurring phospholipid nutrient that is most concentrated in organs with high metabolic activity, such as the brain, lungs, heart, liver, and skeletal muscle. Research published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition explains that Phosphatidylserine is an effective supplement for combating exercise-induced stress and preventing the physiological deterioration that can accompany too much exercise. Phosphatidylserine supplementation promotes a desired hormonal status for humans by blunting increases in cortisol levels. 
 Reprod Med Biol. 2012 Apr; 11(2): 101–104.
 Mol Cell Endocrinol. 2011 Apr 10;336(1-2):102-9.
 Cureus. 2019 Dec; 11(12): e6466.
 J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 2008; 5: 11.