Healthology Stress FX Formula 60 caps

Healthology Stress FX Formula 60 caps

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STRESS-FX

  • is formulated to lower cortisol levels and promote a state of calmness and relaxation.

How It Works:

Rhodiola Root Extract (Rhodiola rosea) 3% Rosavins, 1% Salidroside

  • Adaptogenic, meaning it lowers cortisol to enhance our ability to cope with stress2.
  • Boosts energy, increases mental clarity, and improves anxiety and low mood2,3.

L-Theanine

  • Reduces stress-related symptoms, improves low mood and anxiety, and improves cognitive function by targeting glutamate receptors in the brain, which stimulates the release of our feel-good hormones: GABA, serotonin and dopamine4.
  • Promotes relaxation, and assists with falling asleep, reduces sleep disturbance4.

KSM-66 Ashwaghanda Root (Withania somnifera) 12:1 Extract, 5% withanolines

  • Reduces cortisol levels, thereby improving feelings of stress and anxiety5.
  • Improves memory and cognitive function, helping us to focus and think more clearly6.
  • KM-66 is a high concentration extract of the most biologically active components of the Ashwaghanda herb, providing a greater benefit to the body than other formulations.

GABA (Gamma Aminobutyric Acid)

  • An inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain, meaning it promotes feelings of calm and relaxation by taking us out of fight-or-flight and putting us into a rest-and-digest state7.
  • Reduces anxiety and improves quality of sleep by regulating our deep-sleep states 8.

Passionflower Herb Top (Passiflora incarnata) 10:1 Extract

  • Promotes relaxation and significantly improves nervousness and anxiety through boosting GABA levels in the brain9.

Schisandra Fruit (Schisandra chinensis) 10:1 Extract

  • Adaptogenic, meaning it supports our ability to cope with stress and promotes relaxation through acting on the serotonin pathway10.

Skullcap Herb Top (Scutellaria lateriflora) 4:1 Extract

  • Reduces stress and anxiety through stimulating GABA receptors in the brain to promote relaxation