Anxiety & Depression Reducer
90 VCaps, Hand Made, Non-GMO, & Gluten Free
Made with Organic, Wild-Crafted, and Natural Ingredients
Anxiety & Depression Reducer is a non habit-forming, natural Anti-Anxiety, Anti-Depressive control with no groggy side effects. Supplies calming ingredients such as Magnesium, GABA, and L-Theanine, and soothing herbs like Chamomile, Catnip, and Lemon Balm to relax the body. Also includes Melatonin which regulates the body’s sleep/wake cycle, a mayor de-stress factor.
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|Buy 2 get||10 %|
|Buy 3 get||13 %|
|Buy 4 or above||15 %|
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Anxiety & Depression Reducer, 90 VCaps
Hand Made, Non-GMO, & Gluten Free
Made with Organic, Wild-Crafted, and Natural Ingredients
Anxiety & Depression Reducer is a non habit-forming, natural Anti-Anxiety, Anti-Depressive control with no groggy side effects. Supplies calming ingredients such as Magnesium, GABA, and L-Theanine, and soothing herbs like Chamomile, Catnip, and Lemon Balm to relax the body. Also includes Melatonin which regulates the body’s sleep/wake cycle, a mayor de-stress factor. **
|Serving Size: 4 VCaps|
|Serving per Container: 22|
|Amount Per Serving||% DV|
|Magnesium Malate & Cofactors (Choline Bitartrate, Apple Fiber)||400mg||45%|
|Poria Mushroom Ext. 10:1||40mg||*|
|DHA (from Algae)||100mg||*|
|5 HTP 99% & L-Tryptophan||500mg||*|
|Organic Cocoa 80% (Natural LDPA & L-Tyrosine)||40mg||*|
|Organic Green Tea Leaf, Root, & Ext. 80%1||40mg||*|
|Organic Relaxing Blend (Chamomile, Passion Flower, Valerian, Lemon Balm, & Catnip)||100mg||*|
|Organic Citrus Bioflavonoids (Orange, Lemon, Grapefruit Peel)||20mg||*|
|Organic St. John’s Wort||100mg||*|
|Wild Wood Betony||60mg||*|
|*Daily Value not established|
Other Ingredients: plant-derived capsule
1Includes the extract for potency and the whole plant for the co-factors lost at the extraction process.
Directions: Take 4 to 6 capsules (breakfast, mid-day, and night), or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
- Our Products are carefully crafted by hand.
- We manufacture in the United States, by us in our facility.
- We ship our products direct to you to guaranty the freshness.
- Freshly manufactured – never expired or closeout products.
No excipients or fillers
Our goal is to manufacture our supplements as pure as possible, so we don’t use fillers, binders, or chemical excipients. Other manufacturers, in an effort to keep costs down, dilute their products with cheap fillers and excipients, which cheats you out of the active ingredient and contaminates your product with unneeded chemicals. Purity, Quality, and Results is our #1 goal.
Purchase manufacturer direct at wholesale price
Buy directly from the manufacturer and save. We cut out the middlemen and pass the savings on to you. With Green Organic Supplements, you pay the same low wholesale price that the chain stores pay. Did you know that most companies do not manufacture their products but use 3rd party manufacturers. Since we manufacture all of our own products we can control the quality and purity through the entire manufacturing process.
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