GABA is the primary (or most potent) stress and anxiety reducing neurotransmitter in the brain. Phenyl-GABA is the only form of GABA proven to elevate brain GABA levels. In addition to stress and anxiety relief, it may also enhance learning and focus.
An amino acid that binds to both GABA and Glycine receptors in the brain, providing a calming effect. (Found in beans, kale, and spinach.)
An amino acid that promotes relaxing alpha brain waves and boosts GABA levels. (Found in green tea.)
Unique form of highly absorbable magnesium that does not produce intestinal upset. Supports muscle relaxation, nervous system health and may reduce nighttime leg cramping. (Found in Kale.)
This hormone is not a sleep aid, but helps regulate circadian rhythm. It has anti-cancer and anti-aging properties. Anyone exposed to blue light at night (Phones or TV) has lowered melatonin levels. We add a small amount to mimic the natural amount of melatonin the body makes. (Found in high amounts in cherries.)
The only form of GABA proven to elevate brain GABA levels. Helps reduce stressful thinking that causes insomnia. Promotes relaxation and enhances deeper, more restful sleep.