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Amazon Herb Serenity features a combination of Amazon Rainforest botanicals used for centuries by indigenous people to help the body adapt to stress.
Help the body adapt to stress
Americans are stressed out: about 25% report high levels of stress, and 50% report moderate stress, according to a survey commissioned by the American Psychological Association. Research suggests that prolonged stress contributes to anxiety, depression, addiction, insomnia and more.1
Amazon Herb Serenity combines calmative botanicals used for centuries by indigenous people to help the body adapt to stress, including:
- Lemon balm—a calming herb used as far back as the Middle Ages for stress and anxiety and to promote sleep.2
- Passionflower—historically used as a sedative; may exhibit a calming action.3
- Mulungu—calmative plant sometimes called "flor de coral" (coral flower) considered for relief of occasional simple nervous tension, including occasional sleeplessness.4
- Catuaba—herb used for the relief of occasional sleeplessness.5
Serenity comes in vegetarian capsules and contains no preservatives or artificial ingredients.
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Suggested use: Adults, take 2 capsules daily.
Yes. Serenity is a blend of Amazon botanicals in a vegetarian capsule.
There are no known contraindications with Serenity and medications. However, Serenity is a dietary supplement. If you are taking any medications and have a known medical condition, it's best to consult with your healthcare provider before taking Serenity.
Pregnant and nursing women should consult with their healthcare provider before taking Serenity.