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Stress Reduction Natural Supplement Kit

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Incredible Two-Pack of All Natural Supplements to Help Reduce and Alleviate Your Stress!


This kit includes:

• Adrenal Stress Relief Natural Supplement
• Melatonin Natural Supplement

An Incredible Supplement to Help Relieve Stress!

Helps relieve the effects of stress

Stress can disrupt many biochemical pathways in your body. Fortunately there are natural extracts that can mitigate its effects.

120 vegetarian capsules


Four All Natural Extracts Help Protect You

Adrenal Stress Relief contains four extracts that can help protect you from the damaging effects of stress. It includes cordyceps, ashwagandha, bacopa, and holy basil … adaptogens scientifically shown to provide a broad-spectrum stress defense. Taken all together, they can help you maintain youthful energy and equilibrium, even on your most stressful days.

FAQs

  • What biochemical disruptions can be caused by stress?
    Stress can affect cortisol production, the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis, pro-inflammatory enzyme production, neurotransmitter production, and even inhibit the growth of new connections between neurons in the brain.
  • What is an adaptogen?
    A plant that supports cellular resistance to stress.
  • Why supplement with Adrenal Stress Relief?
    Life as we know it is stressful enough. Your body can use the additional support to maintain its equilibrium.

      Serving Size 2 vegetarian capsules 

      Servings Per Container 60

      Amount Per Serving

      OciBest® Holy Basil (Ocimum tenuiflorum) extract 10:1 (whole plant) [std. to 2.5% triterpene acids (15 mg)]

      600 mg

      Proprietary Blend: 

      516 mg

      Sensoril® Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) extract 5:1 (root and leaves) [std. to 8% withanolide glycoside conjugates and 32% oligosaccharides]

      Cordyceps (Paecilomyces hepiali) extract 8:1 (mycelia) [std. to 7% cordycepic acid]

      BaCognize® Ultra (Bacopa monnieri) extract 25:1 (whole herb) [std. to 25% bacopa glycosides]

      Other ingredients: vegetable cellulose (capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, maltodextrin, ascorbyl palmitate, silica.

      Restore Declining Levels of Melatonin to Achieve an Optimal Sleep Cycle

      The hormone that promotes a normal sleep-wake cycle and cell health 

      Melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland. Natural blood levels of melatonin are highest at night when they help control the natural sleep-wake cycle. It is also instrumental in helping to maintain cell health throughout the body. Unfortunately the secretion of melatonin declines significantly with age.

      60 capsules


      Maintain Cell Health, and Promote Self-Repair and Regeneration, All While Enjoying a Good Night's Sleep

      Melatonin works to maintain cell health … and also appears to regulate a system of self-repair and regeneration for cells. It also has strong antioxidant properties in fighting free radicals. But most people supplement with it to help with circadian rhythm sleep disturbances … to increase both their speed in falling asleep and to enhance the quality of that sleep. 3 mg is an optimal dose for that purpose.

      FAQs

      • What is melatonin?
        A hormone most commonly known for its positive impact on the sleep-wake cycle and the quality of sleep.
      • What are circadian rhythms?
        They are the 24-hour cycles in the physiological processes of living beings. They help determine our sleeping and eating patterns … and clear patterns of brain wave activity, hormone production, cell regeneration, and other biological activities are linked to them.
            Serving Size 1 capsule
            Servings Per Container 60
            Amount Per Serving
            Melatonin
            3 mg
            Other ingredients: rice flour, gelatin.
            • Take one capsule 30 to 60 minutes before bedtime, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
            • Melatonin is naturally secreted from the pineal gland at night, and should be taken at night for optimal results.

            Caution

            • Consult your healthcare provider before taking this product if you are being treated for a medical condition (especially autoimmune or depressive disorders). 
            • Use caution if combining with alcohol. 
            • This product is not intended for children, pregnant or lactating women, or women trying to become pregnant. 
            • Do not attempt to drive or operate heavy machinery after taking this product.

            Warnings

            • KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
            • DO NOT EXCEED RECOMMENDED DOSE. 
            • Do not purchase if outer seal is broken or damaged.

            FAQs

            Why is Wasabi rhizome part of the Healthy Genes Formula?

            Wasabi is a rich source of long-chain methyl isothiocyanates, which have been shown to help support healthy liver enzymes, DNA, and encourage a healthy inflammatory response. 10-14

            Why is broccoli extract included in the Healthy Genes Formula?

            Standardized broccoli extract contains concentrated levels of glucosinolate and sulforaphane, compounds that provide isothiocyanates that are recommended for promoting health.

            What is Green Tea (Decaffeinated)?

            Green Tea (Decaffeinated) is a concentrated and dual-standardized green tea extract supplement containing 98% total polyphenols and 45% EGCG polyphenol to ensure the highest quality, consistency, and health benefits.

            Will Green Tea (Decaffeinated) keep me up at night?

            Most likely, no. Green Tea (Decaffeinated) contains a maximum of 3.6 mg of caffeine. But just ONE cup of DECAFFEINATED green tea contains at least 9 mg of caffeine! So one serving of Green Tea (Decaffeinated) will most likely NOT induce a stimulating effect.

            What is resveratrol?

            Resveratrol is a compound found in red grapes and red wine (and certain types of Japanese seaweed). Due to modern production practices, the actual amount of resveratrol found in red wine has dropped significantly.

            What are the benefits of resveratrol’s other ingredients?

            Trans-pterostilbene promotes cardiovascular health, supports glucose levels already within the normal range, encourages anti-aging benefits, and even encourages cognitive health.30-37 Fisetin, a compound derived from strawberries, promotes DNA protection, healthy cellular function, and protects aging neurons from oxidative stress.38-43

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            M-Code: SSWSTRESSDUO

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