CatecholaCalm™ - 90 capsules - Healthy Habits Living
 

CatecholaCalm™ - 90 capsules

Designs For Health

Description
Designs For Health CatecholaCalm

CatecholaCalm™ is designed to support healthy catecholamine levels with adaptogenic herbs and nutrients that may help mood and promote calmness and relaxation. This unique formulation addresses adrenal gland health, which may help people handle stress more effectively.

Made with non-GMO ingredients.

Ingredients

Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)  -  100 mg

Thiamin (Vitamin B-1)  -  50 mg

Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2)  -  10 mg

Vitamin B-6  -  5 mg

Vitamin B-12  -  2000 mcg

Pantothenic Acid (d-Calcium Pantothenate)  -  50 mg

Magnesium  -  75 mg

Taurine  -  300 mg

L-Theanine  -  200 mg

Lemon Balm  -  100 mg

Passion Flower  -  100 mg

Valerian  -  100 mg

Ashwagandha  -  100 mg

Phosphatidylserine  -  50 mg

 

Other ingredients: cellulose (capsule), vegetable stearate, microcrystalline cellulose. 

Suggested Use

As a dietary supplement, take three capsules per day, or as directed by your health care practitioner. 

More Info.

CatecholaCalm™ is a unique formulation specially designed for the ever-increasing number of “burned-out” anxious patients suffering from a unique combination of low cortisol and elevated catecholamines (epinephrine and norepinephrine).

Research data and anecdotal reports are making it increasingly evident that chronic stress can no longer be defined strictly in terms of the degree of cortisol elevation or depression. Research data suggests that, as chronic stress inevitably leads to a state of adrenocortical exhaustion or “burn-out,” a compensatory adrenal response often occurs in the form of increased sympathetic catecholamine activity. Both anecdotal and research information suggest that this is becoming an increasingly more common phenomenon, often seen with such conditions as post-traumatic stress disorder and classic fibromyalgia. Based on these results it has become necessary to employ formulations that not only optimize cortisol balance, but also optimize catecholamine imbalance, particularly when sympathetic responses appear to be excessive.



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