Calm PRT 90c by Neuroscience
Neuroscience Calm PRT decreases norepinephrine and contains ingredients important for regulating the stress response, sleep, and reducing anxiousness. * Many products claim to contain sizable amounts of Rhodiola but use lower standardizations of rosavins, resulting in low amounts of rosavins in the product. Calm PRT delivers 112.5mg of rosavin per serving, more than triple the closest competitor from a meta-analysis of public formulas, and provides significant results for patients with poorly managed stress and anxiousness.*
Rhodiola Rosea root extract (15% rosavins): Adaptogen has shown to reduce anxiousness and stress-related effects (1, 2).*
Phosphatidylserine: Component of cell membranes important for receptor-mediated interactions (3).* Phosphatidylserine is thought to interact with cell membranes in order to dampen hypothalamic signaling and regulate the stress response (4).*
Glycine: Major inhibitory neurotransmitter that crosses the blood-brain barrier (5).* Binds receptors that regulate temperature during sleep (6).*
Taurine: Neuroprotective amino acid that provides antioxidant protection and demonstrates GABA-A agonist activity (7-9).* GABA is the primary inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain important for calm and sleep (10-12).
Neuroscience recommends taking 3 capsules one to two times daily or as directed by your healthcare provider.
Serving Size: 3 Capsules
Serving per Container: 20
Amount Per Serving:
Proprietary Blend ... 1.5g
Rhodiola Rosea root extract (15% rosavin), Phosphatidylserine, enriched soy lecithin**), Glycine, and Taurine.
Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, Vegetable capsule (Hypromellose, water), Silicon dioxide, and Magnesium stearate (vegetable source).
Contains lecithin from soy.
If you are pregnant or nursing please consult your healthcare professional before use.
**This Rhodiola adrenal support supplement uses SerinAid® 50P (Phosphatidylserine enriched soy lecithin). SerinAid® is a registered trademark of Chemi Nutra.
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