The team at RESCUE recognize that one of the major consequences of a hectic
day and a busy lifestyle is a lack of energy and tiredness. RESCUE PLUS
Effervescent is a unique combination of RESCUE flower essences, B vitamins
and minerals. Fizzing with vitamins and minerals this new Rescue product
contains vitamin B12 and Magnesium which help to reduce tiredness and
fatigue, as well as Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) for normal energy release
and Zinc for normal cognitive function.
Natural Mixed Berry Flavour
Free from Preservative
Suitable for adults and children over 12 years
How to use:
Dissolve one tablet per day in a glass of water (100-200ml) to create a
refreshing mixed berry flavoured drink
Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5)
helps support normal mental performance
helps maintain normal cognitive function
Contributes to normal energy release
Contributes to normal cognitive function
RESCUE PLUS Effervescent will take around 9 minutes to fully dissolve. As
the tablets do not contain any artificial sweeteners the tablets dissolve
slower than other Effervescent products. Stirring may speed up the
RESCUE PLUS Effervescent has been developed for adults and children over 12
years. The Effervescent tablets contain Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5),
Vitamin B12 and Magnesium which help maintain the normal energy release
from food and help to reduce tiredness and fatigue, and Zinc which supports
normal cognitive function.
A RESCUE PLUS effervescent tablet contains 14 kcals
One RESCUE PLUS Effervescent tablet contains 0.12mg of sodium
RESCUE PLUS Effervescent is suitable for vegetarians
Gluten Free, Yeast Free, Lactose Free
The recommended daily intake is one tablet per day. Taking more than the
recommended intake may be harmful.
RESCUE PLUS Effervescent should not be swallowed or chewed.
If you are pregnant we recommend that you talk to your GP, midwife or
pharmacist before taking any food supplements.
Just as in pregnancy we would suggest that you consult your doctor before
using any supplement. If you have any concerns, please discuss them with
your doctor or healthcare professional.