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Hivita Stress


The complete multivitamin formula to help fight stress and fatigue and elevate mood

  • Helps relieve stress, nervous tension and mild anxiety
  • May help reduce tiredness, elevate mood and boost energy levels
  • May increase blood vessel dilation
  • Selenium may improve mood and can lower anxiety levels
  • High dose of Vitamin B3 in the form of Nicotinamide and Nicotinic acid which increases circulation for better oxygen and nutrient delivery at times of stress
  • Enteric coated for slow release and better absorption of nutrients in the intestine
  • May assist cholesterol management (Vitamin B3)
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Dosage and directions for use
Adults: Take 1 tablet daily with food as directed by your healthcare professional.
Avoid taking Stress in the evenings, as it may interfere with sleep due to central nervous system stimulation effect. Avoid taking caffeine with this preparation due to additive stimulation effect.

Important to note: Consume the entire tablet without breaking or crushing.
This product may result in vasodilation, which can cause a positive natural flushing effect. It may last for several minutes, but is harmless.

Always read the label. Use strictly as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional. Vitamins can only be of assistance if dietary vitamin intake is inadequate. Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.

If you are pregnant, or considering becoming pregnant, do not take Vitamin A supplements without consulting your doctor or pharmacist. The recommended daily amount of Vitamin A from all sources is 700 micrograms retinol equivalents for women and 900mcg retinol equivalents for men. When taken in excess of 3000mcg retinol equivalents, Vitamin A can cause birth defects.

This product contains selenium, which is toxic in high doses. A daily dose of 150mcg for adults of selenium from dietary supplements should not be exceeded
Store below 30°C in a dry place away from sunlight.
Do not use if cap seal is broken.

  • Individuals under mental or physical pressure in their daily lives (work/family stresses, life changes, moving house, renovations, new job, etc)
  • Those studying – nutrients protect against poor memory and loss of concentration.
  • People who travel frequently
  • Those suffering from adrenal/mental fatigue, apathy and nervous exhaustion
  • Individuals who have consumed too much alcohol – choline, B-vitamins assist metabolism and protect the nervous system against alcohol damage
  • Those taking medication for mild to moderate anxiety (only with the supervision of a health care professional)
  • Individuals suffering from muscle cramps (magnesium, B3)
  • Individuals suffering from poor circulation due to tension (Vitamin B3 may help to increase blood vessel dilation)
  • Those whose diet is lacking in fresh, wholefoods, or who rush and/or skip meals. Glutamine improves intestinal nutrient uptake.
  • People on a gluten-free diet, who are often deficient in Vitamin B.

Active Ingredients per tablet

(Vitamin A) – Retinyl acetate

225mcg R.E

(Retinol equivalents)

Vitamin B
(B1) – Thiamine hydrochloride (equiv. to Thiamine 89.18mg)


(B2) – Riboflavin


(B3) – as Nicotinamide


(B3) – as Nicotinic acid


(B5) – Calcium pantothenate (equiv. to Pantothenic acid 18.32mg)


(B6) – Pyridoxine hydrochloride (equiv. to Pyridoxine 41.14mg)


(B7) – Biotin


(B9) – Folic acid


(B12) – Cyanocobalamin


Vitamin B Cofactors


Choline bitartrate


(Vitamin C) – Ascorbic Acid


(Vitamin D3) – Cholecalciferol (equiv. to Vitamin D3 200IU)


(Vitamin E) – d-alpha Tocopheryl acid succinate (equiv. to Vitamin E 18IU)




Calcium amino acid chelate (equiv. to Calcium 2mg)


Calcium hydrogen phosphate (equiv. to Calcium 4.65mg)


Magnesium amino acid chelate (equiv. to Magnesium 10mg)


Manganese amino acid chelate (equiv. to Manganese 5.5mg)


Potassium aspartate (equiv.to Potassium 2.2mg)


Selenomethionine (equiv. to Selenium 100mcg)


Zinc amino acid chelate (equiv. to Zinc 8mg)






Lysine hydrochloride


Free from dairy, lactose, yeast, wheat, gluten, egg, fish, preservatives, artificial colours or sweeteners.

TGA Listing: AUST L 200389

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