- Helps quickly ease anxiousness without drowsiness.*
- Promotes a feeling of confidence and security.*
- Improves your mood while helping to reduce fatigue.*
- Offers safe, non-habit forming relief.*
Anxiousless is 57% more effective than other competing products with just Zembrin® alone!
How It Works:
This fast-acting, non-drowsy formula helps relieve the nervousness, worry, and tension associated with daily living. Featuring Sceletium tortuosum (a time-honored South African herb)--and key nutrients that replenish your body's stress-coping reserves, AnxiousLess targets feelings of anxiousness from multiple pathways. Designed to quickly calm your mind, this proprietary blend of natural ingredients helps boost your mood and reduce fatigue.
Zembrin® (Sceletium tortuosum extract)--Harvested in South Africa and used by locals for centuries, this herb supports the nervous system as it facilitates feelings of calm and supports a positive mood. This standardized patented extract represents the full, unaltered phytochemical profile of the plant.
L-Theanine--This unique amino acid increases the brains alpha wave activity, which seems to reduce occasional anxiety and encourage feelings of relaxation and calm without drowsiness. Studies have associated taking L-Theanine with improvements in both mental alertness and stress response.
Thiamin--Deficiency of this important nutrient has been associated with decreased levels of GABA, a key Central Nervous System metabolite tied to many mood and anxiety disorders.
Magnesium--Studies have shown that a diet deficient in magnesium can lead to increased anxiety and depression.
Zinc Supplementation with zinc has been shown to be significantly effective in reducing levels of both anger and depression.
Zembrin® (Sceletium tortuosum extract), L-Theanine, Thiamin, Magnesium, Zinc.
Take 1 capsule daily as needed to feel less anxious.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Sceletium tortuosum grows in desert climes of South Africa. For more than 300 years, natives have gathered and used this plant. In 1685, Governor Simon van der Stel wrote that the natives chewing this plant were “of a very cheerful nature.”
Polish chemist Casimir Funk discovered thiamin in 1912. He termed it the “anti-beri-beri factor” for its ability to prevent a disease that had ravaged Southeast Asia. He isolated thiamin from the bran of brown rice. Prior to that, Christiaan Eijkman and Adolphe Vorderman had been studying the effect of diet on the body regarding polished rice versus brown rice. Later, English biochemist Frederick Hopkins confirmed their findings. And in 1929, Eijkman and Hopkins shared the Nobel Prize for Medicine for this work.
Magnesium was named for the region in Greece where this mineral compound was first found. It has a soothing effect on the bowel, but it’s also critical to nervous system balance and structural health.