What is Add Lib?
Add Lib is a natural daily health supplement designed for women who want more energy and to feel better physically, mentally and emotionally - a holistic approach to maintaining optimum balance and well being. Add Lib is a synergistic blend of 8 powerful herb, mushroom and botanical extracts, antioxidants, phytonutrients and essential vitamins help provide complete support for a woman's complex system to improve energy, mood and passion for life.
What are the ingredients in Add Lib?
Add Lib contains a very unique blend of bio actives sourced from Fenugreek (Seed), Cordyceps (mushroom), Maitake (mushroom), Maca (root), American Ginseng (root), Wulinshen (mushroom), Passionflower (flower) and Vitamin B12. Specific bio-actives from each source was identified, bio tested / bio assayed, and standardized via the manufacturing extraction process. This proprietary blend is then delivered via a vegetarian capsule as 2 in a daily dose.
What will I feel like if I take Add Lib; and how long does it take to work?
Unlike a caffeine rush, Add Lib is natural and gradual in helping to provide sustained energy throughout the day and evening. Add Lib can also help women sleep better and feel more at peace with calm focus and balanced well-being.
Who should take Add Lib?
Add Lib is intended for women over 30 years old who are looking to improve energy, mood and desire. The more active you are, the more you will feel the benefits of Add Lib. It is also ideal for female athletes, as one of the standardized bio-actives extracted from the Cordyceps mushroom is called Adenosine which can be absorbed in the body in a short period of time. Adenosine is the basic building block needed to produce ATP (Adenosine-5'-triphosphate), the same compound necessary for producing energy at a cellular level in all living cells.
What side effects are there with Add Lib?
The only reported side effect from Add Lib is increased sexual desire - which is actually more of a benefit. Add Lib does contain Cordyceps and Maitake extracts so if you have any allergic reactions to mushrooms you should not use the product unless cleared by a physician. As with any supplement we recommend seeking medical advice from a doctor if you have any medical conditions prior to taking Add Lib.
Can men take Add Lib as well?
It is all right for men to take Add Lib, however there is a special formula specifically for men called Mdrive. Having many of the same ingredients as Add Lib, Mdrive also contains Testofen™, which supports healthy testosterone levels in men. A clinical study of Gencor's Testofen™ revealed that it promoted healthy free testosterone levels in the active group of subjects.
Is Add Lib safe to take with other supplements, products and medications?
Add Lib is a natural herbal supplement and is generally safe and compatible to take with other supplements, products and medications. However, we always recommend consulting a doctor if you are taking prescription drugs - especially if you have high blood pressure or prostate issues etc. You may also want to introduce Add Lib slowly into your system by taking just one capsule per day for the first week to see how you feel, then try increasing to two capsules per day if needed.
Can I buy Add Lib in stores?
Yes! Add Lib is available in numerous retail locations throughout North America such as The Vitamin Shoppe. Use our store locator to find the nearest retailer to your zip code.
Where is Add Lib made and who created it?
Gary Kehoe is the inventor of Add Lib and Mdrive, and is CEO of DreamBrands, Inc based in Phoenix, Arizona. Many years ago, Gary set out to create a healthy, core-building product for himself, to boost his strength, increase sustainable energy and speed recovery. Having formulated many supplements over the years, Gary was never impressed with the usual chemical stimulants like taurine, theobromine or caffeine. He wanted a natural product that truly strengthens the core; one that is safe for everyday use and has anti-aging qualities. With Mdrive being a top-selling men's performance supplement in North America, he decided to make a women's formula as well.