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2-Pack Anxietas

- 2-Pack Anxietas

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Anxietas is a natural and effective supplement to relieve and combat anxiety, manage stress and reduce insomnia. Its unique formula combines calm-promoting plant extracts and essential amino acids to support mental well-being and emotional balance.

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  • It relieves anxiety without drowsiness: an effective solution.

  • It contributes to mental wellbeing by reducing stress.

  • It supports a balanced mood.

  • It enables deep relaxation and improves sleep quality.

  • Guaranteed quality and safety, 100% vegetarian formula.

  • Unique natural blend, backed by scientific research.

  • It can be taken from the age of 16.

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For people 16 years and older seeking to combat anxiety, control stress and reduce insomnia, it's recommended to take two (2) capsules daily with a glass of water, preferably after breakfast or after lunch. Children +12 years old, take one (1) capsule a day.

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Anxiety reduction without drowsiness

Anxietas acts on the neurochemical systems responsible for stress and anxiety, this unique formula helps reduce the symptoms of anxiety, such as restlessness, rumination and constant worry.

Promotes mental relaxation without causing drowsiness.

Combats stress

Anxietas properties help regulate stress and its negative effects on the mind and body. Its formulation, with L-theanine and hops, allows you to experience greater tranquility, a sense of stress relief, and a more balanced mental state in your daily life.

Better mood

Balanced mood support: With Ashwagandha root extract, 5-HTP and L-Tryptophan, Anxietas contributes to a balanced mood and a sense of mental well-being. 

In turn, Anxietas promotes the release of neurotransmitters related to feelings of well-being and happiness, such as serotonin and dopamine.

Quality sleep

Ally for those who experience difficulty sleeping due to disorders or stress, which prevents them from getting adequate rest. Helps combat chronic fatigue and tiredness. Ingredients such as chamomile, passionflower and hops help improve the quality of sleep for a restful rest.

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Ashwagandha Root

One of the main mechanisms of action is its role as an adaptogen. Adaptogens help the body adapt to stressors, whether physical, emotional or environmental. 

Ashwagandha has been shown to reduce cortisol levels and regulate GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), a neurotransmitter that has a calming effect on the nervous system.

Chamomile

Relieves digestive problems, reduces stress and promotes sleep. With anti-inflammatory and soothing properties, it is appreciated worldwide for its health and wellness benefits.

Passionflower

Scientific research has shown that Passionflower has sedative and anxiolytic properties. Its leaves and flowers contain natural compounds that can help reduce stress, anxiety and promote more restful sleep.

L-Glycine

This amino acid improves the quality of sleep and promotes deep rest, acting as an inhibitory neurotransmitter in the central nervous system.

Hops

Studies highlight its potential in managing hot flashes and improving sleep, in addition to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties for overall body health.

5-HTP

5-Hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) is a powerful tool for elevating your emotional well-being. This essential compound has the ability to convert into serotonin, the neurotransmitter that regulates your mood and emotions. Its efficacy in the treatment of depression and anxiety is supported by numerous studies.

L-Theanine

This amino acid is normally found in green tea, black tea and other oriental variations.

Its antioxidant action helps reduce cholesterol levels in the body and acts as a controller of anxiety and appetite.

L-Tryptophan

Essential asset in the synthesis of serotonin, promoting emotional well-being. It is used to improve mood, reduce anxiety and promote restful sleep, in addition to its role in appetite regulation and weight control. Serotonin influences satiety.

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RECOMMENDED DOSAGE: Two (2) capsules of Anxietas daily.

DIRECTIONS: Take once (1) a day preferably with breakfast or after lunch. If you suffer from insomnia due to anxiety, you can take it before going to sleep.

PREFERRED CONSUMPTION: 3 years after the date of manufacture.

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What is Anxietas?

Anxietas is an ideal supplement for people seeking to relieve anxiety, manage stress and reduce insomnia. Our unique formula combines plant extracts and essential amino acids to promote mental well-being and improves mood.

 Its powerful formula includes: 

  • Herbal blend.
  • Essential amino acid formula.
Is Anxietas safe for consumption?

Anxietas is a food supplement made from natural extracts and without added chemicals. This makes it completely safe for human consumption.

On the other hand, the laboratories in which Anxietas are produced are FDA certified; and the raw material is certified both at origin and when it arrives in the United States. 

There are only some contraindications in certain cases (see section on contraindications).

What are the ingredients? What is the nutrition information for Anxietas?

Anxietas is a powerful formula that contains Ashwagandha Root, Chamomile, Passionflower, L-Glycine, Hops, L-Theanine, 5-HTP and L-Tryptophan.

It has no additives, it is 100% natural.

What is the difference between consuming Anxietas versus other similar supplements?

Anxietas stands out for its carefully selected organic ingredients to promote overall health and well-being. Its unique formula combines plant extracts and essential amino acids to promote mental well-being and elevate mood.

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  • It relieves anxiety without drowsiness: an effective solution.
  • It contributes to mental wellbeing by reducing stress.
  • It supports a balanced mood.
  • It enables deep relaxation and improves sleep quality.
  • Guaranteed quality and safety, 100% vegetarian formula.
  • Unique natural blend, backed by scientific research.
  • It can be taken from the age of 16.
How does Anxietas help my body relax?

The active ingredients of Anxietas have properties that stimulate the overall well-being of the body and contribute to stress management and anxiety relief.

Thanks to this, it is ideal for people seeking natural calm, mental well-being and mood enhancement.

From what age is it recommended?

Its consumption is recommended from the age of 16.

Children (+12 years old) with anxiety or hyperactivity can take one (1) capsule of Anxietas with breakfast.

When do you see the results?

The results begin to be noticed after 15 days of consumption.

Where is Anxietas produced? Does it comply with FDA health protocols?

Anxietas is manufactured in certified laboratories in the United States.  Additionally, we have 22 warranty certifications on all our products.

Are Anxietas raw materials certified?

The raw material we use is of certified quality in the country of origin, and at the time of entering the United States a certification control is carried out. 

In case of not passing the controls, the raw material is not admitted in our production chain (even if it comes with a certificate from its country of origin).

Why can't I find Anxietas in my local business?

Anxietas is available at select stores in the United States (Florida) and directly from our HQ store in South Florida.

However, in order to provide you with the best possible price for a superior quality product, we made the strategic decision to avoid the middleman and sell directly to the public.

That fact has brought significant savings to our customers.

Our intention was to ensure that a truly premium product is as affordable as possible and that its price is not increased by intermediaries. If you are not completely satisfied, we will refund your money. 

We understand that there are cheaper (and also more expensive) products on the market, but we do not believe that they comply with all these control and quality processes mentioned above, as we know the costs involved in each step.

How many times a day should I take Anxietas? How many servings does the package have?

The package contains 60 capsules, for 30 days.

Two (2) capsules are recommended in one (1) daily intake, especially in the morning after breakfast, or after lunch.

How is Anxietas consumed? What does it taste like?

One intake daily, two (2) capsules preferably in the morning after breakfast or after lunch.

It has no taste.

What are the contraindications?

People with allergies to one of the active ingredients should prevent its consumption.

Is it enough to just consume Anxietas to lead a healthy life?

No. Anxietas is a supplement that accompanies a life in transition. To obtain the best results, it is necessary to adjust daily habits. A healthy diet and physical activity provide great benefits to the process. We always recommend consulting a specialist.

Does Anxietas contain gluten/soy/sugar/calories? Is it for vegans/vegetarians?

Anxietas is:

  • Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
  • Organic, free of toxic residues from pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. No additives, preservatives or other chemicals.
  • It is a healthy product, gluten free, soy free and lactose free.
  • It has no sugar.
  • It does not contain calories.
Who was Anxietas designed for?

Anxietas was specially designed for people seeking to relieve anxiety, manage stress and reduce insomnia.

Does Anxietas have any kind of warranty?

We are 100% sure of our product. But if you are not satisfied, we will not be satisfied and we do not expect you to pay.

 That is our commitment and your guarantee. That's 100% Paleolife. You have 30 calendar days to make your return if you think it is necessary.

Contraindications

Possible side effects

  • People with allergies to one of the active ingredients should avoid taking it.
  • Ashwagandha: may interact with certain medications or aggravate certain conditions, such as autoimmune disease. Pregnant or nursing women should avoid.
  • Chamomile: may cause allergic reactions in some people. Should be avoided if you are allergic to plants in the Asteraceae family.
  • Passion Flower: in high doses, it can cause drowsiness, so it is not recommended for people who need to stay alert, such as drivers.
  • 5-HTP: should not be taken with antidepressant medications. May interact with certain medications and have side effects such as nausea and gastrointestinal problems.
  • L-tryptophan: may interact with antidepressant medications, and rare cases of eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome associated with tryptophan supplementation have been reported.
  • L-theanine: generally well tolerated, but on rare occasions, may cause dizziness or low blood pressure in some people.

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