YOU NEED PEACE OF MIND
Our modern word is overloading our built in systems for dealing with stress, creating for many people significant and detrimental worry and anxiety. If this becomes chronic and lasting it depletes our coping hormone, DHEA and sends our Cortisol levels soaring. Cortisol is our stress hormone, and crucial for dealing with stress, but prolonged Cortisol overload creates adrenal fatigue, and if left unchecked, adrenal exhaustion. Everyone needs a natural way to minimize the anxiety & depression, because going to the doctor for this anxiety and stress will get you a prescription for benzodiazepines, pharmaceutical tranquilizers that are effective but highly addictive. There are also long term studies beginning to show long term use of benzodiazepines increase your risk of Alzheimer's. So unless really necessary, you should first look for a natural supplement to provide that calm and peace. Not just standard calming herbs, but a stronger, more targeted formula that works on a cellular level to mitigate debilitating anxiety. The researchers at Optimal Health Knowledge have studied the clinical research for years, and selected the five most effective substances for anxiety & stress and combined them all in one formula called Opidone.
PharmaGaba is the only clinically proven and natural form of GABA, made by fermentation from Lactobacillus bacteria. GABA (or Gamma-aminobutyric acid) is the main inhibitory neurotransmitter in our brain and many who suffer from anxiety and depression have lower levels of GABA than normal. (1) In addition, those with low GABA levels suffer from poor sleep. (2) PharmaGaba increases brain concentrations of GABA to lower anxiety and stress levels and provide a calming effect. (3)
Agmatine is a metabolite of the amino acid Arginine and very similar in action to Clonidine. Agmatine has shown great promise in its potent ability to inhibit the physical effects of withdrawal of opioid drugs. (4) It appears to do this by activating the body’s release of B-endorphins, a naturally produced opioidergic painkiller. (5) In clinical studies, agmatine was noted to reduce the anxiety of withdrawal equally as effective as Valium. (6) This might explain its effectiveness in reducing the anxiety and depression of quitting nicotine dependence that comes with stopping smoking. (7) Agmatine also appears to boost serotonergic signaling, which may underlie its observed antidepressant effects. (8)
L-Theanine is an amino acid that blocks the excitatory neurotransmitter glutamate, thereby creating a calming, relaxing effect. L-Theanine also stimulates production of GABA, but unlike prescription tranquilizers that do that, it is not habit forming. There is great potential for L-Theanine in alleviating substance dependence. (9)
Magnolia Bark Extract contains the active ingredients Honokiol and Magnolol, which act on the GABA receptors to induce calm and relaxation. (10) In a clinical study it was shown to be as effective as Valium in its anti-anxiety actions. (11) Both Honokiol and Magnolol showed significant reductions in pain sensations. (12)
Ginger Root Powder is well known for its ability to quell nausea, of great benefit for those experiencing withdrawal symptoms. But few are aware ginger can boost the anti-depressive affects of Magnolia Bark Extract. (13) Combining both of these together in Opidone, exponentially increases the amazing efficacy of our revolutionary addiction withdrawal formula.
Before risking addiction with benzodiazepines, try our natural formula to lower your anxiety and stress reliably. Life shouldn't be so overwhelming, give non-habit forming Opidone a chance to finally achieve peace of mind.
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