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TRANSPARENCY + INGREDIENTS

We want to empower you while also helping you to find the right products based on what you need! Often, traditional medicine does not work or becomes too expensive for people to use in their everyday lives.  

At Anxieco we want to educate you on the benefits that using our products may provide for you! We invite you to explore our approach to health + wellness. 

INDEPENDENT QUALITY CONTROL
Anxieco is committed to creating formulations with the following ingredient quality standards.

We want to make sure that you get highest possible quality products. Therefore we give you our promise that everything is: Produced in a FDA Registered & Inspected Facility, GMP, Made in the USA, LAB Verified, NSF and backed by a 60 Money Back Guarantee.

L-Theanine

Research indicates that L-theanine promotes relaxation. Many People take L-theanine to help ease stress and unwind.

Some research indicates that L-theanine could be beneficial for a good night’s sleep. Researchers in one study found that doses of 250 mg and 400 mg of L-theanine greatly improved sleep in animals and humans.

A 2011 study looked at the effects of L-theanine. After six weeks, the group taking L-theanine was found to have had longer, more restful sleep.* (Trusted Source)

GABA

Anxiety

Participants who took a GABA supplement had increased feelings of relaxation during a stressful event than those who took a placebo. The article also notes that the relaxing effects were felt within an hour of taking the supplement.
In a small 2018 study, participants who took 300 milligrams (mg)Trusted Source of GABA an hour before going to bed feel asleep faster than those taking a placebo. They also reported improved sleep quality four weeks after starting treatment.*(Trusted Source)

Ginkgo Biloba 

Benefits of Ginkgo Biloba 

Supports you body's ability to reduce Anxiety.
Some research indicates that supplementing with ginkgo may reduce symptoms of anxiety.

In one study, 170 people with generalized anxiety were treated with either 240 mg or 480 mg of ginkgo or a placebo. The group treated with the highest dose of ginkgo reported a 45% greater reduction in symptoms of anxiety, compared to the placebo group. (Trusted Source)

Phosphatidylserine

Supports improved thinking skills and memory.
Phosphatidylserine is a compound which can be found in your brain.
It’s been suggested that taking phosphatidylserine supplements could be helpful for preserving brain health.
Studies have shown that taking 100 mg of phosphatidylserine three times per day could help reduce age-related decline in brain function.


Additionally, healthy people who take phosphatidylserine supplements of up to 400 mg per day have been shown to have improved thinking skills and memory. (Trusted Source)

Bacopa Monnieri

Research suggests that Bacopa Monnieri may help enhance brain function. A 12-week study in 46 healthy adults observed that taking 300 mg of Bacopa monnieri daily significantly improved the speed of processing visual information, learning rate, and memory, compared with the placebo treatment.

Two 12-week human studies found that taking 300 mg of Bacopa monnieri daily significantly reduced anxiety and depression scores in adults, compared with the placebo treatment. (Trusted Source)

Mucuna Pruriens

Mucuna pruriens has been shown to be effective in increasing dopamine levels in both humans and animals and may have an antidepressant effect.

Mucuna pruriens is a type of tropical bean native to parts of Africa, India and Southern China. The most significant compound found in Mucuna pruriens is an amino acid called levodopa (L-dopa). L-dopa is needed for your brain to produce dopamine.* (Trusted Source)

Vitamin B12

May improve mood and symptoms of depression. Vitamin B12 plays a vital role in synthesizing and metabolizing serotonin, a chemical responsible for regulating mood.

Therefore, vitamin B12 deficiency may lead to decreased serotonin production, which may cause a depressed mood.

Studies support the use of vitamin B12 supplements for improving symptoms of depression in people deficient in this vitamin.* (Trusted Source)

Melatonin

Melatonin plays an important role in regulating sleep. Its levels begin to rise in the evening to promote sleep and fall in the morning to help wake you up.

It’s produced by the pineal gland in the brain, but it’s also found in other areas, such as the eyes, bone marrow, and gut. It’s often called the “sleep hormone,” as high levels can help you fall asleep.* (Trusted Source)

Vitamin B-6

May improve mood and reduce symptoms of depression. Vitamin B6 plays an important role in mood regulation.

This is partly because this vitamin is necessary for creating neurotransmitters that regulate emotions, including serotonin, dopamine and gamma-aminobutyric acid. One study in 250 older adults found that deficient blood levels of vitamin B6 doubled the likelihood of depression.*
(Trusted Source)

Magnesium

Magnesium is a mineral that supports hundreds of chemicalreactions in your body. However, many people get less than they need. Magnesiumis a mineral found in the earth, sea, plants, animals and humans.

In fact, every cell in your body contains it and needs it tofunction.

One of magnesium’s main roles is acting as a cofactor or helper molecule in the biochemical reactions continuously performed by enzymes.* (Trusted Source)

Chamomile

Chamomile is a floral herb used in traditional medicine for centuries.

Medicinally, chamomile is often consumed to reduce anxiety and improve sleep quality. Chamomile flowers are widely used medicinally to reduce anxiety and improve sleep. They have an earthy, slightly sweet flavor and may be used to make tea or other infusions.* (Trusted Source)

Ashwagandha Root

Studies have shown that ashwagandha may help reduce cortisol levels.

Ashwagandha supplements may help lower cortisol levels in chronically stressed individuals.

Cortisol is known as a stress hormone given that your adrenal glands release it in response to stress, as well as when your blood sugar levels get too low.* (Trusted Source)

5-HTP

5-HTP produces serotonin, which can be converted into thehormone melatonin, an important sleep-regulating hormone.

One human-based study showed that a combination of 5-HTP and GABA significantly reduced the time it took to fall asleep, increased sleep duration and improved sleep quality. In fact, several animal and insect studies suggest that 5-HTP improves sleep quality and that the effect is greater when combined with GABA.* (Trusted Source)

Niacinamide

Niacinamide is a form of vitamin B3 (niacin) — one of the eight B vitamins your body needs for good health.

Vitamin B3 plays a vital role in converting the food you eat into usable energy and helps your body’s cells carry out important chemical reactions.

Since it’s water-soluble, your body doesn’t store this vitamin, which is why you need to eat nicotinic acid or niacinamide daily.* (Trusted Source)

St. John’s wort

St. John’s wort flowers are often used to ease symptoms of depression. People have been using St. John’s wort for centuries.

A 2016 Source of 35 studies concluded that St. John’s wort reduced symptoms of mild to moderate depression more than a placebo and similar to prescription antidepressants. However, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved the substance for depression or any other medical condition.* (Trusted Source)

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