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6 Natural Stress-Busting Ingredients That Actually Work

(Based on Research)


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The #1 Stress Supplement For Better Mood & Performance

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✅   Say goodbye to chronic stress and protect yourself from the dangerous effects of elevated cortisol levels (the stress hormone).

✅   Clean, natural, safe, and based on scientific studies.

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Ingredients (One Capsule): Ashwagandha Root Extract (100mg), Ginkgo Biloba (100mg), Panax Ginseng (100mg), Bacopa Monnieri (100mg), Holy Basil (100mg), L-Theanine (50mg).

Directions: Take 2-4 capsules a day. For everyday stress management, focus and high-performance, take 2-3 capsules. For severe burnout and anxiety, take up to 4 capsules.

Total Capsules: 60

Available in November, 2021. Limited stock.

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Effects And Symptoms of Chronic Stress

  • Impaired brain function — learning, memory, cognition, concentration, Alzheimer’s, Dementia
  • Depression, anxiety, mood disorders and other mental illnesses
  • A weakened immune system
  • Weight gain (especially in the face and abdomen)
  • Eating disorders
  • Digestive and gut problems
  • Cardiovascular problems and heart disease
  • Infertility and decreased libido
  • High blood pressure (hypertension)
  • Weak bones and osteoporosis
  • Headaches
  • Body aches and pains (increased inflammation)
  • Cancer
  • Blood sugar problems and diabetes
  • Muscle breakdown
  • Chronic pain
  • Sleep disorders or disturbances
  • Slow wound healing
  • Irregular periods
  • Acne and other skin conditions
  • Substance misuse and addiction
  • Impulse control disorders

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