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Stressed adrenals = stressed body

Insufficient adrenals are linked to compromised immunity, metabolism and nervous system and hypotension

Cardiovascular System

  • Adrenal insufficiency may be a cause of hypotension (low blood pressure)

Immune System

  • Adrenal insufficiency may cause suppression of the immune system.

Metabolism: Adrenal Insufficiency may be:

  • The cause of chronic fatigue syndrome - the Adrenals of CFS patients are, on average, only 50% of their normal size  

  • An underlying cause of impaired liver function and hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar)

  • A cause of salt cravings

Nervous System: Adrenal insufficiency may cause:

  • Anxiety, poor concentration, depression   

  • Excessive drowsiness, insomnia, memory impairment


  • Adrenal insufficiency may occur in conjunction with alopecia

These substances may improve the health of the adrenal glands


  • Calcium, Magnesium and Zinc may be required for the healthy function of the adrenal glands

  • GTF chromium and Vanadium concentrate in the adrenal glands


  • Choline - degeneration may occur as a symptom of choline deficiency  

  • Vitamin A concentrates in the adrenal improves the function of the adrenal glands  

  • Vitamin B5 may “revive” exhausted adrenal glands

  • Vitamin C is essential for the function of the adrenal glands - the adrenals contain about 30 mg of Vit C - the second highest concentration of Vit C of any component of the body

  • Vitamin E concentrates in the adrenal glands, they contain 132 mcg of Vit E / gram


  • Chaparral may increase Vit C levels in the adrenal glands

  • Korean ginseng and Siberian Ginseng may improve the function of the adrenal glands

Amino Acids: Alanine may be essential for proper adrenal function and Tyrosine may relieve excessive stress on the adrenals


  • Beta-carotene and Lycopene concentrate in the adrenals

Electromagnetic Radiation

  • Negative Ion therapy may increase the weight of the Adrenal Glands by up to 29%


  • Omega-3 fatty acids - some omega-3 fatty acids concentrate in the cell membranes of the adrenal glands including: Clupanodonic Acid, DHA and EPA

Substances that may be toxic to the adrenal glands:

  • Tyramine (an amino acid) may cause over-stimulation of the adrenal glands

  • Electromagnetic Radiation: Excessive exposure to positive ions may cause the adrenal glands to shrink by up to 33%.