1 scoop or 6 capsules per day, for a minimum of three months
Jigsaw Adrenal Cocktail™ + Wholefood Vitamin C provides the body’s hormone-producing adrenals glands with 3 key nutrients in order to function properly and keep these hormone levels optimal: Potassium, Sodium, and Wholefood Vitamin C. Our unique combination of 3 simple, yet powerful ingredients — Potassium Bicarbonate, Redmond’s Real Salt®, and Acerola Cherry Extract provide a balanced response to stress, and energy production while avoiding burnout and fatigue.*
Cod Liver Oil
3 softgels or 1 teaspoon, for a minimum of three months
Jigsaw Alaskan Cod Liver Oil™ from sustainably sourced, line-caught, MSC® certified codfish in Dutch Harbor, Alaska provides important Omega-3 fatty acids, Pro-Resolving Mediators (PRMs), and naturally occurring Vitamins A & D to promote optimal hormone balance as well as supporting immune, brain, eye, and circulatory health.*
1 tablet daily, for a minimum of three months
Jigsaw Activated B w/SRT only utilizes the active, most absorbable forms, maximizing the health benefits. B Vitamins are crucial to the production and metabolism of hormones and neurotransmitters. There are 8 individual water-soluble B vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, Folate, and Biotin. Jigsaw Activated B w/SRT includes all 8.
Magnesium w/ SRT
4 tablets per day, for a minimum of three months
Jigsaw MagSRT® is the only magnesium supplement in the world that combines Albion’s dimagnesium malate into a timed-release formula. This patented dimagnesium malate is more bioavailable than other forms of magnesium and avoids digestive discomfort. SRT technology successfully addresses this issue by SLOWLY releasing a higher amount of magnesium, spacing it out over 6 to 8 hours—a rate at which the body can properly absorb and utilize the mineral. MagSRT® by Jigsaw Health was evaluated in the Scottsdale Magnesium Study (SMS), a placebo-controlled, human clinical trial of 91 participants. The study measured Serum Magnesium, Red Blood Cell (RBC) Magnesium, and Magnesium Deficiency symptoms. The results are published in the peer-reviewed Journal of American College of Nutrition (JACN).