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Organic Energy Concentrate

To strengthen the body and stimulate mental and physical vitality!

Food supplement. 200 ml bottle with measuring cap. . 20-day supply..

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Organic Energy Concentrate

Kick start your day with the well-known ginseng, guarana, ginger and royal jelly, blended with mate and pollen, all organically grown!

  • Ginseng helps to strengthen and energise the body, while enhancing physical performance
  • Guarana contributes to the maintenance of mental and physical vitality
  • Ginger is known for its antioxidant properties
  • Royal jelly and pollen, the jewels of the beehive, are concentrates of essential nutrients.
  • Mate contributes to physical and mental stamina.


A pleasant tasting formula flavoured with lemon and ginger, to drink pure or diluted, preferably with breakfast!


Ingredients per 10 ml:

Aqueous plant extracts (ginger root* 1705mg, guarana seeds* 1705mg, mate leaves* 1705mg, ginseng* 850mg, pollen* 470mg), glycerine, royal jelly* 110mg, concentrated lemon juice*.

 *Ingredients produced in compliance with organic farming standards. Certified by ECOCERT SAS F.32600 L’ISLE JOURDAIN.

As health supplement products from Fleurance Nature are organic and do not contain harmful chemical substance and preservative, the shelf life would be around 3 to 9 months, depends on ingredient.

Dosage: 200 ml bottle with measuring cap.

Directions for use: 20-day supply.


  • Using the measuring cap, take 10 ml preferably in the morning with breakfast, diluted in a glass of water or fruit juice according to your taste.
  • Shake well before drinking, as a deposit may form at the bottom.



  • Refrigerate after opening and use within one month. 
  • Food supplements must not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
  • Free from alcohol, added sugar and chemical preservatives.
  • Contains no colouring agents in line with current regulations governing organic production:
  • Not recommend for children, pregnant or breastfeeding women.
  • Excess consumption may have a laxative effect.


Guarana Clusters of little red berries from the Amazon basin to give you an energy boost! Native to the Amazon rainforest and characterised by small bright red fruits, whose main active ingredient is caffeine (also known as "guaranine"), the guarana plant has a higher caffeine content in its seeds (3% to 5%) than coffee beans (1% to 2%).
Royal Jelly A concentrate of essential nutrients! Royal jelly is the product secreted by worker bees. With a gelatinous consistency and a slightly acidic taste, it is fed to all larvae in the colony to ensure very rapid growth. Royal jelly provides a range of nutritional, energetic and metabolic benefits. But it is also rebalancing and revitalising for the skin, which makes it an active cosmetic ingredient.
Ginseng The longevity root! Known and appreciated for millennia in Asia, ginseng root is known in the Far East as the "longevity root". It draws a large number of nutrients from the soil which it transforms into ginsenosides with a range of properties: it exerts a stimulating effect on mental and physical performance and on the nervous system.
Ginger Ideal for adding flavour to food and boosting energy levels! Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a tall perennial native to Asia. Only its rhizome is used, both in cooking and traditional medicine. Its essential oil content enhances its aromatic quality and it has a distinctive spicy taste due to the presence of gingerols. Among other attributes, ginger is known to  contribute the body's natural defences, boost vitality and energy and help.
Pollen Pollen, a vital food source for the beehive! The name "pollen" comes from the Greek word pale meaning "fine dust". Pollen is in fact made up of tiny particles; in higher plants, it corresponds to the flower's male fertilising agent. A pollen is specific to a plant group and in some cases even a species; this can be identified by observing its pollen. Generally speaking, there are two types of pollen: "anemophilous" which means carried by the wind, as happens in the case of grasses, conifers, etc., and "entomophilous" pollen which is propagated by means of insects and serves as a food source particularly for bees. Pollen is present, in very small quantities, in royal jelly and honey. Protein is a major component of pollen (30 to 35 %).