AdreCor 90 count
- L-tyrosine is a precursor to the catecholamines dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine
- L-histidine is a histamine precursor
- Histamine support wakefulness
- Catecholamines and Rhodiola rosea support wakefulness, cognitive function, mood, and healthy responses to stress
- Methionine supports methylation pathways
Take 1-3 capsules, one to two times daily or as directed by a healthcare provider.
Use under the supervision of a licensed healthcare provider. If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your healthcare provider before use.
AdreCor is recommended to support adrenal function and increase the synthesis of epinephrine, norepinephrine, and cortisol with a combination of amino acids, vitamins, and other nutrients.* Contains non-glandular ingredients important for adrenal health and reducing stress-induced fatigue. This formula is rich in B-vitamins that are important to the production of the adrenal hormones required to combat stress and fatigue.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
3 capsules contain:
- Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 300 mg
- Niacin (as niacinamide) 6 mg
- Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCl & pyridoxal 5'-phosphate) 12 mg
- Folate (as 5-methyltetrahydrofolate & folacin) 120 mcg
- Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin) 60 mcg
- Pantothenic acid (from calcium pantothenate) 300 mg
- Magnesium (from magnesium glycinate) 14 mg
- Zinc (from zinc gluconate) 3 mg
- Proprietary Blend: 1.287 gL-methionine, L-histidine, L-tyrosine, Rhodiola rosea root extract (5% rosavins) and Green Tea leaf extract (70% epigallocatechin gallate)
Other Ingredients: Vegetable capsules (HPMC, water), Microcrystalline cellulose, and Magnesium stearate.
**This product uses Gnosis SpA’s (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid, glucosamine salt (Quatrefolic) and is protected by U.S. Patent No. 7,947,662. Quatrefolic is a registered trademark of Gnosis SpA.
from Santa Fe, NM asked:
February 27, 2017
How do you take this when you are already on compounded t4 and t3 replacement? Is there any concern?
The ingredients should not conflict with your compounded formula if taken at least 4 hours away from ingesting it.
on February 28, 2017
from Wisconsin asked:
August 11, 2015
Since AdreCor contains green tea does it contain caffeine or is it decaffeinated?
It is decaffeinated green tea per Neuroscience.
on August 13, 2015
from Michigan asked:
January 30, 2015
I currently take 400mg of SAME daily. What I take these together?
Yes you can take them together. They actually make a Adrecor with SamE.
on February 2, 2015
from bend Oregon asked:
September 28, 2014
Mary , Dan What do I take first - the thyroid then the travacor with the adrecor? then eat and then take multiples/ when do you takethe NAC?
Adrecor works best on an empty stomach but thyroid supplements and NAC can be taken with or without food. Personally I take one NAC with breakfast and one with lunch.
on September 30, 2014
from Midlothian, IL asked:
August 23, 2014
Dr. Dan and Mary,
How would you compare AdreCor with your new AdrenalGenix, as well as AdrenaStim and AdrenaCalm? Do you believe it is still superior?
We have used AdreCor for over a decade with excellent success especially for those wishing to bring their cortisol patterns closer to ideal. We chose the AdrenalGenix formulation thinking more of blood sugar balance than cortisol regulation although they are obviously linked. If you have had a neurotransmitter test along with a cortisol test (at least four times per day to see patterns) and found the cortisol pattern to be skewed, they your first choice should be AdreCor. If you are trying to manage hypoglycemia and your blood test shows your electrolytes to be out of ideal range, I would start with AdrenalGenix. Many people will be dealing with both so for those, I would suggest a combination of AdreCor and AdrenalGenix for the quickest response.
AdrenaCalm is mostly phosphatidylserine support and helps the brain recover from the damaging effects of long term elevated cortisol. We tend to use AdrenalStim for people with chronic low blood pressure and also for those who wish some adrenal support but don’t like pills. For general adrenal support our first recommendation is AdrenalGenix. You should notice a difference in your energy within a day or two.
So it really isn't a matter of which is superior but which will best suit your needs at this time.
on August 25, 2014
from Phx, AZ asked:
April 13, 2014
My neuro sciences test suggested using Adrecore ( low epi) after using Travacor which I use. My nat path thought this condraindicated due to anxiety which is decreased. I don't use caffine but I recall all through high school and college I would have icecream sandwhich at lunch ( has chocolate) at work would have a few MnMs. I will focus better with a tiny bit of chocolate then I cut out sugar. Being food/drug sensative wonder if I could start Adrecore in am? ALso take 1 grain armour thyroid in am a.c.
The Adrecor is not contraindicated. You must support the adrenals, especially with low epinephrine levels. Once anxiety is decrease I always add the Adrecor. You just need to start slow. I would start with one in the morning before breakfast. If that seems to do well you can try two in the morning. It will really help with your mental focus as well as your general energy. Feel free to give me a call anytime to go over this further. We also can run any Neuroscience test for you.
on April 13, 2014
from San Diego, CA asked:
February 9, 2014
would this work for someone who has adrenal burnout and suffers from anxiety, including occasional panic attacks?
This is one of our best Adrenal support supplement. Although if you suffer with anxiety I would be cautious with the dosing. Start with just one a day before breakfast. I would also recommend supplementing with Travacor at the same time to help balance serotonin and manage the panic attacks.
on February 10, 2014