Natural Supplement – ADHD // Anxiety // Stress // Mental Focus

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  • RELEASE SCE Forte
    The main ingredient in Release is a pure Sceletium Tortuosum extract. Sceletium is proven as a natural and effective, selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor (SSRI). Release has a 50mg pure extract with 3.9% standarized alkaloids (actives) .
    The mood elevating action of sceletium is caused by a number of alkaloids including mesembrine, mesembrenol and tortuosamine which interact with the brain’s dopamine and serotonin receptors. Mesembrine is a major alkaloid present in Sceletium. Mesembrine has been demonstrated to be a potent serotonin-uptake inhibitor and serotonin releasing agent.

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    Chromium Picolinate, assists in regulating the body’s natural blood-sugar levels and is a trace mineral that facilitates the absorption of glucose into brain cells. This is a very critical function because glucose is the sole source of energy of the brain. Without enough glucose, the individual experiences irritability and difficulty concentrating.
    Chromium Picolinate also helps stabilize blood sugar. This ensures that the brain receives a constant, regular supply of glucose.
    Zinc Picolinate improves memory and cognition and boosts your immune health and increases physical performance, among many other benefits.
    Selenium AAC is also a trace mineral. It helps create proteins called antioxidant enzymes, which allow the body to eliminate toxins naturally – the presence of toxins in the bloodstream is also a trigger for ADHD.
    Magnesium deficiency is frequently found in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Low Magnesium levels can also lead to changes in mood and personality as well as increase your risk of depression. Some signs might include mental numbness, a lack of feeling emotions and increased feelings of anxiety, irritability and difficulty concentrating.

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