Xtreme Greens from NRGX Labs contains a formula that is specifically designed to help individuals get their daily amount of essential greens without choking down a bunch of "wheat grass and sticks". Herbal green nutrients provide you with a variety of health benefits, such as the support of your immune system, strengthening cell integrity, scavenging free radicals, the reduction of oxidative stress and damage, support healthy weight loss, cleanse and detoxify the body from harmful toxins, improve blood profile, improve digestion and boost energy levels.
Xtreme Greens with MSM is naturally alkaline, helping to balance your body's pH, while providing you with the vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and plant proteins you need for proper cell regeneration.
Serving Size: 3 Caps
Servings per Container: 60
Xtreme Greens Complex™ - 1950mg
Wheat Grass powder, Barley Grass powder, Alfalfa Leaf powder, Pomegranate PE 40%, Spirulina, Dandelion Leaf, Bilberry Leaf powder, Black Walnut Leaf powder, Blackberry Leaf powder, Red Raspberry Leaf powder, Blueberry fruit, Papaya Leaf powder, MSM, Slippery Elm Bark, Marshmallow Root powder, Chlorella (cracked cell), Cornsilk powder, Spirulina powder, Rose Hips, Tomato powder, Echinacea Purpurea powder, Couch Grass powder, Kale powder, Oat Straw powder, Queen Of The Meadow Herb powder, Spinach powder, Cabbage Leaf powder, Celery powder, Parsley Leaf powder, Alfalfa Juice Extract 50%, Broccoli powder, Turmericpowder , Watercress powder, Peppermint Leaf powder, Sage Leaf powder, Spearmint Leaf powder, Thyme Leaf powder, Wintergreen Leaf powder, Milk Thistle seed, Red Clover powder , Burdock Root powder , Cascara Sagrada Bark, Artichoke Fruit Powder.
Suggested Use: As an adult dietary supplement, take three (3) capsules 1-2 times daily. These can be taken anytime you want a natural energy boost. Drink plenty of fluids with this product for optimal effects.
Wheat Grass Juice Concentrate - 1 ounce of wheatgrass juice is as nutritionally valuable as (2.2 lb) of green vegetables, a ratio of 1:35. In fact, the vitamin and mineral content of 1 ounce of wheatgrass juice is roughly equivalent to the vitamin and mineral content of 1 ounce of fresh vegetables. Wheat Grass Juice can also improve the digestive system, prevent cancer, diabetes and heart disease, cure constipation, detoxify heavy metals from the bloodstream, help make menopause more manageable and promote general well-being! (according to Wikipedia)
Barley Grass Juice Concentrate - According to a recent study, eating whole grain barley can regulate blood sugar for up to 10 hrs after consumption compared to white or even whole-grain wheat, which has a similar glycemic index.
Alfalfa Juice Concentrate - Alfalfa has been used as an herbal medicine for over 1,500 years. Alfalfa is high in protein, calcium, plus other minerals, vitamin A, vitamins in the B group, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, and vitamin K. In early Chinese medicines, physicians used young alfalfa leaves to treat disorders related to the digestive tract and the kidneys. In Hindu societies, ayurvedic physicians used the leaves for treating poor digestion. They made a cooling poultice from the seeds for boils. At the time, alfalfa was also believed to be helpful towards people suffering from arthritis and water retention. It is majorly used in homeopathic medicines worldwide. Today, alfalfa is suggested for treating anemia, diabetes, to extend appetite and contribute towards weight gain, as a diuretic for increased urination, for indigestion and bladder disorders, alfalfa can also be used as an estrogen replacement in order to increase breast milk and to mitigate premenstrual syndrome, a dietary supplement, and to lower blood cholestrol levels.
Hawaiian Spirulina powder - Spirulina contains an unusually high amount of protein, between 55% and 77% by dry weight, depending upon the source. It is a complete protein, containing all essential amino acids, though with reduced amounts of methionine, cysteine, and lysine when compared to the proteins of meat, eggs, and milk. It is, however, superior to typical plant protein, such as that from legumes. Spirulina contains vitamin B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (nicotinamide), B6 (pyridoxine), B9 (folic acid), vitamin C, vitamin D, and vitamin E. Spirulina is a rich source of potassium, and also contains calcium, chromium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, sodium, and zinc. Spirulina is rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), and also provides alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), linoleic acid (LA), stearidonic acid (SDA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and arachidonic acid (AA).
Pomagranate Extract - Pomegranate is a delicious fruit with many beneficial compounds. Pomegranate has substances, such as polyphenols, that have antioxidant, anti-viral, and anti-tumor activity. Pomegranate may also be helpful in maintaining healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and a recent study indicates pomegranate has compounds that play a role in osteoarthritis and prostate health.
Dandelion Leaf - Both dandelion leaf and root have been used for centuries to treat liver, gall bladder, and kidney ailments, weak digestion, and rheumatism. They are also considered mildly laxative. The fresh root or its preparations are thought to be more potent than the dried root. The leaves have traditionally been used as a diuretic. delion root and leaf are widely used in herbal medicines in Europe. The leaves are diuretic but also high in potassium, so they help to compensate for potassium lost with increased urination. Bitter compounds in the leaves (and root) increased bile secretion in laboratory animals by more than 40 percent. The leaves are prescribed as a diuretic in cases of water retention and for bloating accompanied by flatulence and loss of appetite.
MSM - Clinical evidence for the usefulness of MSM is limited to animal studies and four published clinical studies in humans. These pilot studies of MSM have suggested many benefits, particularly for treatment of osteoarthritis. Further studies would be needed to test the usefulness of the chemical as a medical therapy.
Osteoarthritis - After several reports that MSM helped arthritis in animal models, a double-blind, placebo-controlled study suggested that 1500 mg per day MSM (alone or in combination with glucosamine sulfate) was helpful in relieving symptoms of knee osteoarthritis Kim et al. then conducted a double-blind clinical trial of MSM for treatment of patients with osteoarthritis of the knee. Twenty-five patients took 6 g/day MSM and 25 patients took a placebo for 12 weeks. Ten patients did not complete the study, and intention to treat analysis was performed. Patients who took MSM had significantly reduced pain and improved physical functioning, without major adverse events. No evidence of a more general anti-inflammatory effect was found, as there were no significant changes in two measures of systemic inflammation: C-reactive protein level and erythrocyte sedimentation rate. The authors cautioned that this short pilot study did not address the long-term safety and usefulness of MSM, but suggested that physicians should consider its use for certain osteoarthritis patients, and that long-term studies should be conducted. Bilberry Extract - Laboratory studies have provided preliminary evidence that bilberry consumption may inhibit or reverse eye disorders such as macular degeneration, but this therapeutic use remains unproven in humans.
Black Walnut Leaf - is an antiseptic and antibacterial that combats infection and has been used in Germany for decades to clear sinus infection and runny nose.
Blackberry Leaf - has been used to treat diarrhea and sore throat with good effect. The leaf was often chewed to relieve bleeding gums and mouth ulcers and has been found to be an effective astringent and diuretic.
Red Raspberry Leaf - (Rubus idaeus) is a pale-green leaf produced by the Raspberry plant; an upright shrub with perennial roots and prickly, biennial canes. The leaf has many medical uses due to its rich content in vitamins, minerals, and tannins. The leaves contain high concentrations of several vitamins and minerals because of the plant's secondary compounds. Vitamin C and vitamin E are present in large amounts as well as Vitamin A and some B Complex. Increased Vitamin A intake in the form of the carotenoids of red raspberry leaf can aid the immune system as well as facilitate healthy skin and bone development. Vitamin E serves to promote better circulation.
Blueberry Fruit - Blueberries have a diverse range of micronutrients, with notably high levels (relative to respective Dietary Reference Intakes) of the essential dietary mineral manganese, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin K and dietary fiber. One serving provides a relatively low glycemic load score of 4 out of 100 per day. Especially in wild species, blueberries contain anthocyanins, other antioxidant pigments and various phytochemicals possibly having a role in reducing risks of some diseases, including inflammation and different cancers.
Papaya Leaf - It is included as a component in powdered meat tenderizers, and is also marketed in tablet form to remedy digestive problems.
Slippery Elm Bark - Slippery Elm is a valuable tree that has many traditional uses. The inner bark can be ground into a nutrient-rich gruel, off which one can solely survive for a short period. The bark also contains a mucilage that is used as a remedy for sore throats. Sometimes it is dried and ground into a powder beforehand, then made into a tea. Both Slippery Elm gruel and tea are said to soothe the digestive tract, especially the GI tracts of those with irritable bowel syndrome or gastritis. There are no known contraindications for Slippery Elm. It is also not technically a drug because it comprises mainly mucilage and various nutrients. According to Herbs and Natural Supplements: An Evidence-Based Guide, "Although Slippery Elm has not been scientifically investigated, the FDA has approved it as a safe demulcent substance."
Marshmallow Root - In herbalism mallow is used as a gargle to treat mouth and throat ulcers. It is also useful for gastric ulcers. The flowers and young leaves can be eaten. They are often added to salads or boiled and fried. They are also used in cosmetics for the skin.
Chlorella (cracked cell) - Chlorella is a genus of single-celled green algae, belonging to the phylum Chlorophyta. Chlorella protein is “complete”, for it has the ten amino acids considered essential, and it is also packed with calories, fat, and vitamins. Chlorella has been found to have anti-tumor properties along with weight control, cancer prevention, and immune system support are all positive health benefits attributed to this algae.
Echinacea Purpurea - One study shows Echinacea purpurea has antidepressant properties in white rats as it increased the stimulating action of L-DOPA . Echinacea is commonly believed to stimulate the immune system.
Alfalfa Juice Extract - Alfalfa has been used as an herbal medicine for over 1,500 years. Alfalfa is high in protein, calcium, plus other minerals, vitamin A, vitamins in the B group, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, and vitamin K.
Cascara Sagrada - The dried, aged bark of this tree has been used continually for at least 1,000 years by both native and immigrant Americans as a laxative natural medicine, commercially called "Cascara Sagrada", but old timers call it "chitticum bark".