In today’s world, people seem to need to go 100 mph, even in the 55 mph speed zone.People don’t just go “from morning to night” because we now live in a 24/7 society. Many of the inventions that enhance our lives (and make them easier) have also created a layer of anxiety and fatigue that is taking its toll on society.

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Try Shaklee’s CorEnergy

Shaklee CorEnergy helps provide sustained enduring energy in a formula based on standardized extracts of herbs with clinical studies in Europe and centuries of use in Asia.*

   •  Fights everyday fatigue* (Cordyceps sinensis) — a greatly valued mushroom that has been extensively clinically tested in China and found to help fight everyday fatigue*

•  Energizes* (Panax ginseng) — traditionally used to revitalize and replenish vital energy*

•  Promotes sustained vitality* (Green Tea) — one of the richest dietary sources antioxidant phytonutrients called polyphenols

Why Shaklee CorEnergy?

  • Unique blend of herbs containing phytonutrients designed to support
    sustained energy*
  • Formulated with standardized extracts to provide the clinically studied
    and traditionally used levels of phytonutrients reflected in the scientific

What’s in CorEnergy

Cordyceps extract has been extensively tested in China and found to help ward off everyday fatigue.* Studies indicate that it promotes more efficient use of oxygen by the cells of the body.* In one three-month long, double-blind placebo controlled study, 92% of elderly people who used Cordyceps reported a reduction in their feelings of fatigue, compared to only 14% in a placebo group.1

In traditional Asian medicine, dried ginseng is used as a tonic to revitalize and replenish vital energy (qi).* In 1991, the German Commission E approved the use of Panax ginseng “as a tonic for invigoration and fortification in times of fatigue and debility, and for treating declines in capacity for work and concentration.”*


  1. Zhu JS, Halpern GM, Jones K.The scientific discovery of an ancient chinese herbal medicine: Cordyceps sinensis, Part I. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 1998; 4:289–303.
  2. Trevesanto SI, Kim Y. Tea and Health. Nutrition Review 2000; 58 1–10.