A balanced diet and regular exercise is
only a part of the solution to handling stress. What
can help you immediately is Stress Guardóbrought to you by
Goodcare, a renowned home of Ayurvedic medicines.
Stress Guard is a comprehensive restorative
Ayurvedic medicine that
regulates and balances the body's organs and systems to combat
stress and to increase mental alertness and physical fitness.
It is a natural remedy that is the culmination of thousands of
years of Ayurvedic wisdom, researched and refined for complete
efficacy and safety.
Stress Guard meets the highest standards of
quality and has been manufactured under stringent quality
control measures, specially formulated to carefully preserve
the unique properties of its herbal ingredients.
Stress Guard protects you from the stress
and fatigue of modern-day life. It helps you cope with
anxiety, irritability, tiring chores, exhaustion from a major
event in the family, disputes, too much work at home or the
workplace, among other distresses. It can be used in all
conditions of weakness and for convalescence as well as for
any psychological disturbance or problems in personal life.
Stress Guard is 100% safe and natural
The perfect stress management formula...
The powerful combination of the unique ingredients of
Ashwagandha, Brahmi and Pipermool guards against the ill
effects of stress while revitalising your body
Main ingredients of Stress Guard :
(Withania somnifera) - One of its main constituents, is used
in Ayurveda to cope with nervous and physical exhaustion, lack
of concentration, tremors, loss of memory, overwork, tissue
deficiencies, fatigue, lack of sleep and general debility.
(Piper longum) - It is a very useful herb for
palpitation, tension, headaches, restlessness and is used for
promoting awareness and strengthening the mind. It aids in
balancing the body of all three Ayurvedic doshas.
(Bacopa monnieri) - It is a revitalising herb for the nerves
and the brain cells. It helps increase intelligence, longevity
and memory. It decreases senility and aging. It is used for
loss of memory and calming nerves. In ancient India it was
used by the Yogis as food for meditation.