ATP Science Resilience
Resilience by ATP Science is available now online only in Australia at Supps Is Life.
Resilience is formulated to correct immune dysfunction. It is used to assist reduction in signs and symptoms of the common cold. It has an ultra-potent formula designed to boost a flagged and slow immune system. If your immune system is over active it will also help to normalise this, and further more reduce symptoms! The finest herbs and spices sourced worldwide to make you more RESILIENT.
What is in Resilience by ATP Science?
Grown in India and other Southeast Asian countries. The dried root of the Curcuma longa plant is ground into the distinctive yellow turmeric powder. Contains compounds known as curcuminoids. The active substance in turmeric is curcumin. Curcumin is what makes turmeric a functional food (foods that have a potentially positive effect on health beyond basic nutrition).
Benefits of Tumeric
1. Reduces Depression Symptoms
2. Fights Inflammation
3. Boosts Skin Health
4. Helps with arthritis
5. May Help Manage Diabetes/Combats Obesity
6. Works as a Natural Pain Reliever
7. Aids in Detoxification
Reishi mushrooms are one of the most popular and beneficial types of fungi on the planet. These mushrooms, in particular, have been relied upon for thousands of years in the Asian region, but have recently come to the attention of the wider world. These fascinating fungi are potent because of their unique collection of organic compounds and components, which include triterpenes, alkaloids, sterols, and various essential polysaccharides.
Benefits of Rieshi Mushrooms
1. Anti-aging Properties
2. Improved Cognitive Activity
3. Anti-inflammatory Properties
4. Immune System Aid
5. Boosted Energy
Frankincense oil is extracted from the gum or resin of frankincense or olibanum trees, the health benefits of frankincense essential oil can be attributed to its properties as an antiseptic, disinfectant, digestive, diuretic, sedative, & tonic.
Benefits of Frankincense:
1. Astringent Property
2. Regulates Menstruation
3. Prevents Gas Buildup
4. Promotes Digestion
5. Delays Aging
6. Reduces Respiratory Issues
7. Relieves Stress
8. Speeds up Healing
Myrrh is a resin, or sap-like substance, that comes from a tree called Commiphora myrrha, common in Africa and the Middle East. Myrrh is botanically related to frankincense and is one of the most widely used essential oils in the world.
Two primary active compounds are found in myrrh, called terpenoids and sesquiterpenes, both of which have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. Sesquiterpenes specifically also have an effect on our emotional centre in the hypothalamus, helping us remain calm and balanced. Both of these compounds are under investigation for their anticancer and antibacterial benefits, as well as other potential therapeutic uses
Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium), also known as mugwort, is a bitter herb found in Eurasia, North Africa, and North America. The plant has been used therapeutically since ancient times. In fact, the name “wormwood” comes from its traditional use as a means to cleanse the body of harmful organisms.
The benefits of wormwood are not limited to its effects on harmful organisms. Wormwood also contains compounds known to stimulate digestion by supporting liver and gallbladder function. Wormwood also supports healthy circulation and soothes irritation. Research also suggests that wormwood may even have neuroprotective properties. Like many other plants, wormwood is a concentrated source of antioxidants.
These above ingredients work in synergy. Frankincense antiseptic properties dissolve the infections biofilm (self-protecting wall). This exposes the bug itself and myrrh, reishi, and artemisia deliver the antimicrobial action and the killing blow. While turmeric cleans up the inflammation caused and creates a more efficient working environment for the above ingredients. The perfect combination of products for any cold or bug upsetting our lives.
Recommended to use Resilience if you find yourself struggling with?
1. Lousy lagging energy
2. Painful joints or unknown systematic aches and pains
3. Stressed, or over stimulated
4. Inflamed or puffy
5. Bloated distended stomach
6. Always getting ‘common cold’ or have long lasting cold like symptoms