Energizer and circulatory stimulant
Hiking, biking, climbing, snow sports – Switzerland is a nation of recreational athletes. The topography of our country offers a multitude of möopportunities to spend leisure time with a physical activity. But whether you are a young recreational athlete or an active senior citizen, sometimes you run out of breath and your legs get heavy. Here Gly-Coramin® – helps quickly and effectively.
Gly-Coramin® contains dextrose (glucose), which gives energy, as well as nicethamide, which can stimulate breathing.
In these situations, Gly-coramine® can support you:
Fatigue during physical exertion
Discomfort when staying at altitude or changes in air pressure
As a rule, up to 10 lozenges can be taken spread over the day.
The effect of Gly-Coramin® is felt quickly and should not be used in children and adolescents under 16 years.
Tips & Tricks
Listen to your body's signalsYour body does not „rebel“ for no reason – do not overexert yourself and take enough breaks.
Don't get too high too fast.Your body needs some time to acclimatize. If you climb too quickly, you may experience dizziness and loss of balance.
Drink enough.During any form of physical exertion, an external water balance is essential for the body.
To support belongs Gly-Coramin® in the backpack.The lozenges provide energy and stimulate breathing and circulation. They can help you overcome moments of weakness, find new strength and achieve your goals.
High altitude discomfort can affect anyoneThe discomfort of climbing too fast or staying too long at high altitudes, coupled with athletic activity, are natural protective measures of the body and cannot be prevented even by physical fitness.
Our hiking tips
One of the most popular leisure & sports activities among the Swiss population is hiking. Almost half of them hike regularly on the 65,000 kilometers of signalized Swiss hiking trails, which is equivalent to one and a half times the circumference of the equator.
Mountain flower hike to the Alp Sigel
Brülisau, Pfannenstil – Alp Sigel (railroad) – Chüeboden – Plattenbödeli – Brülisau, Pfannenstil
The hike starts at the parking lot next to the valleystation of the Alp-Sigel gondola. A gondola takes you comfortably up to the alp. Pause for a moment before setting off and enjoy the gigantic panoramic view: in the south you can see the Staubern, Staubernkanzel, Hochhüser, Amboss and, as the end of the Südkette, the imposing rocky peaks of the Kreuzberge, with the Vorarlberg, St. Gallen and Bündner mountains in the background. Towards the west rise the Widderalpstöcke, Hundstein, Altmann and the unique Säntis massif. For the descent you hike via Chüeboden to Plattenbödeli. There you reach the Sämtisersee, one of the three mountain lakes in the Alpstein. This is followed by a steep descent through the Brüeltobel past the Hexenwäldli.
Hoher Kasten – Staubern – Staubernkanzel – Saxerlücke – Bollenwees – Plattenbödeli – Brülisau
Optional scooter: Plattenbödeli – Ruhesitz – Brülisau
Switzerland's first geological hiking trail leads from Hoher Kasten along the southern chain of the Alpstein and opens up the geological strata of the past millennia in fascinating diversity to the layman and the expert alike. From a geological point of view, the Alpstein is a mountain massif worth exploring. The start of this hike is the Hohe Kasten with panoramic views of the Rhine Valley and Appenzellerland, the surrounding mountains in Switzerland as well as in neighboring countries. The route is equipped with 20 theme boards. With easy-to-understand graphics and texts, numerous geological phenomena are explained to the viewer. After the mountain tour you can enjoy the 3 km long descent from the resting place to Brülisau on scooters. (1 scooter incl. helmet: 15 Fr.)
3km downhill (optional)
Three Lakes Hike
Wasserauen – Seealpsee – Unterstrich – Meglisalp – Widderalpsattel – Bollenwees at the Fählensee – Sämtisersee – Plattenbödeli – Brülisau
The three precious gems of the Alpstein united in a breathtaking natural scenery during a moderately difficult day hike. From Wasserauen you hike along the Schwendibach and climb up to the Seealpsee. At the end of the lake, the path leads up to the left to the Meglisalp alpine dairy. On a steep path you climb up to the Widderalpsattel. The descent via the Widderalp is pleasant. Embedded between the steep rocky flanks of the Hundstein in the north, the Altmann in the west and the Kreuzberge in the south, the almost black water of the Fählensee is enchanting. Going down the valley, the trail leads along good roads to the Sämtiser lake. As with the Fählensee, there is no outflow to be seen here. The water of both lakes flows underground and emerges again in the Rhine valley. After a short counterclimb, the route descends steeply through the mystical Brüeltobel to Brülisau.
That hiking has a positive effect on our physical, mental and spiritual well-being is proven by various studies. Hiking is said to strengthen the immune system, build muscle and bone mass, lower the pulse rate and reduce the risk potential of various cancers.
The effective energy supplier in case of hip complaints and sudden fatigue symptoms for hikers, mountain bikers, climbers or winter sports enthusiasts.