Stress Protection Action

Stress is a phenomenon that manifests itself in our bodies in many different ways. Some of the more common symptoms of stress include problems with sleep, depression, anxiety, irritability, and lethargy. Along with the physical symptoms, the body also has more fundamental biological responses to stress. At the cellular level, stress affects our ability to properly transform glucose into energy. Beta‑lipa‑proteins build up and inhibit the passage of energy through the cell walls. This reduced energy level not only affects our ability to perform physical functions, but inhibits the proper function of all the body's organs - including the brain. Perhaps the single most important property of adaptogenic plants is their proven ability to combat stress in all forms. Eleutherococcus, the strongest of the adaptogenic plants, increases the body's resistance to a variety of stressors. Experiments have conclusively demonstrated that Eleutherococcus changes the course of the primary physiological indicators of stress by reducing the activation of the adrenal cortex. Rhodiola rosea leads to an increase in the amount of basic b‑endorphin in the blood plasma which inhibits the hormonal changes indicative of stress. Research by the following scientists shows that adaptogens, which are an integral part of the Prime Product formulation, allow the body to more ably cope with stress, whether it is daily, extreme, acute, or chronic.

Researchers Institutes
I.I. Brekhman
O.I. Kirillov
Institute of Biologically Active Substances
Siberian Department of the USSR Academy of Sciences
Vladivostok, Russia
Y. Ikeya
H. Taguchi
Tsumura Laboratory
Ibaragi, Japan
L.R. Galushkina
E.V. Kryukovskaya
I.M. Sechenov First Moscow Medical Institute
Moscow, Russia
N. Takasugi
T. Moriguchi
T. Fuwa
Central Institute of Wakunaga
Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
Hiroshima, Japan
N. Singh
P. Verma
N. Mishra
Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics
King George's Medical College
Lucknow, India
S.I. Chernysh
V.A. Lukhtanov
S. Nishibe
Leningrad University
Leningrad, Russia
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences<
H. Kinoshita Higashi Nippon Gakuen University
Hokaido, Japan
Yu. B. Lishmanov
L.V. Maslova
Lab. Radionucl. Method
Res. All-Union Cardiol Science Centre
Tomsk, Russia
N. Nishiyama
T. Kamegaya
A. Iwai
Experimental Station for Medicinal Plant Studies
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science University of Tokyo
Tokyo, Japan
S. Sanada
Y. Ida
J. Shoji
Department of Pharmacognosy
Showa University
Tokyo, Japan