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According to pharmacists' opinions; cough preparations (Thyme or ivy leaves extract) were the most widely dispensed drugs (54%), followed by rejuvenators and vitalizers (ginseng, 23%) and slimming agents (10%).
When MS fatigue strikes, exercise, sleep, and prescription medication aren't the only rejuvenators.
There were skin creams of all varieties - rejuvenators, moisturisers, energisers, anti-wrinkle creams, anti-fatigue creams, soothing balms, and other unctuous potions.
For example, pomegranate extract shows promise as a skin lightening agent, while antioxidant rich kiwifruit, grape seeds, goji berry and spinach are powerful skin rejuvenators, helping with collagen and elastin synthesis and maintenance.
Crisp and fresh, they are great rejuvenators after lazy days in the sun and are perfect when enjoyed al fresco.
So, they became "The Rejuvenators," a name chosen to reflect their belief in regaining strength by pursuing musical goals.
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These membranes are the main site of oxygen consumption -- and therefore, Packer reasoned, a likely site of vitamin-E rejuvenators.