Enhanced Stress Relief
Category: Nervous system and neurotransmitters
Manufacturer: Life Extension
De-stress & decompress!
- Scientifically validated to help promote sleep and relaxation
- Enhances memory and attention
- Relieves everyday stress and promotes restful sleep
- May also offer smokers relief from the mental stress of quitting
- Helps reduce the emotional hunger associated with dieting
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Enhanced Stress Relief
30 vegetarian capsules
Item Catalog Number: 00987
Cyracos® lemon balm extract is prepared from special lemon balm chosen for its high concentrations of hydroxycinnamic and rosmarinic acids. These active lemon balm constituents appear to enhance mood by modulating specific nicotinic and muscarinic receptors in the cerebral cortex of the brain.11-13
Aside from relieving everyday stress and promoting restful sleep, this botanical extract may also offer smokers relief from the mental stress of quitting, aid in leveling mood swings, and help reduce the emotional hunger associated with dieting (or following a calorie restriction regimen for anti-aging purposes).
Relaxation-Promoting Effects of L-Theanine
L-theanine produces calming effects in the brain in ways that have been compared to meditation, massage, and aromatherapy. L-theanine induces relaxation. In fact, studies show that L-theanine enhances the brain’s ability to concentrate, learn, and remember.19-26 L-theanine increases GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), an inhibitory neurotransmitter that not only induces relaxation but also produces a sense of well-being.27 L-theanine may normalize levels of dopamine, a critical brain hormone that is depleted by various stress factors.20,27,28
A Host of Health-Enhancing Benefits
Based on an enormous amount of published data showing the multiple beneficial effects of lemon balm extract and L-theanine, Life Extension has combined these potent but safe nutrients into a formula called Enhanced Stress Relief.
Note that the amount of L-theanine in this product is double that of most L-theanine standalone supplements. The reason for this potency increase is reports of greater benefit when at least 200 mg of L-theanine is taken.
Beware of Imitations: The L-theanine used in Natural Stress Relief is Suntheanine®, the only pure form of L-theanine protected by 40 U.S. and international patents and scientifically validated in clinical studies to be safe and efficacious. Independent laboratory analysis has verified that certain other products on the market claiming to contain "L-theanine" are only half L-theanine, the other half being a different form of theanine known as "D-theanine" which has not been scientifically evaluated in published studies.
Serving Size 1 vegetarian capsule
|Amount Per Serving|
|Cyracos® lemon balm extract (leaf)||300 mg|
|Suntheanine® (L-Theanine)||200 mg|
|Other ingredients: vegetable cellulose (capsule), maltodextrin, microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid.|
Suntheanine® is a registered trademark of Taiyo International, Inc. Use of Suntheanine® is protected by US Trademark Registration No. 2,548,957.
Cyracos® is a registered trademark of Naturex.
Dosage and Use
Take one (1) capsule once or twice daily (morning and evening) with or without food, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
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When using nutritional supplements, please consult with your physician if you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition or if you are pregnant or lactating.
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