For exhaustion and adrenal burnout. Years of stress can exhaust the adrenal glands which the body relies on to manufacture the stress-coping & anti-fatigue hormone, cortisol. The adrenals also produce aldosterone, essential for water/mineral balance, as well as pregnenolone and DHEA, the building blocks of Estrogen, Progesterone and Testosterone. Burnout is indicated for people who are suffering from exhaustion from years of exposure to stress, and works by boosting low levels of cortisol. Adrenal Fatigue is characterised by tiredness & chronic fatigue, coupled with some of the following symptoms: chronic pain, mild depression, anxiety, reduced stress-coping ability, patchy hair loss, insomnia, poor blood sugar control (up or down), weight-gain, frequent infections, reduced sex drive, a craving for fatty, salty or high-protein foods, difficulty getting up in the morning, worsening of allergies, reduced memory and focus, alternating diarrhoea and constipation, and indigestion.