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Key Ingredients


A few Key Ingredients in ReleaseSCE™ that help with mental health.

Vitamin B5 (Calcium D-Pantothenate):

Vitamin B5, also known as Pantothenic Acid, plays a vital role in supporting adrenal glands and managing stress. It contributes to hormone secretion, including cortisone, thereby aiding the adrenal gland.

Magnesium glycinate:

Magnesium ions serve as regulators of calcium ion flow within neuronal calcium channels. They help control neuronal nitric oxide production. In cases of magnesium deficiency, neurons may suffer damage, potentially leading to conditions like depression.

L-Theanine:

L-Theanine, an amino acid found in tea, offers various mental health benefits. Research suggests it can boost mental focus, potentially reducing errors during attention-demanding tasks when taken at doses of 100 mg. It may also promote improved sleep quality, inducing relaxation and deeper sleep, particularly at daily doses of 450–900 mg. L-theanine contributes to a sense of relaxation by reducing resting heart rates. Furthermore, it exhibits neuroprotective properties that enhance brain function. When combined with caffeine, it may enhance alertness and numerical skills. Although more research is needed to fully comprehend its cognitive effects, L-Theanine may assist in weight loss by curbing appetite due to its umami flavour. It has the potential to bolster the immune system, reduce stress, subsequently lower blood pressure, and even enhance the efficacy of specific cancer drugs, though further research is warranted for a comprehensive understanding.

Moringa:

Known as nature's secret to a healthy brain, Moringa is rich in proteins that promote the healthy production of neurotransmitters. This, in turn, influences mood, emotions, sleep, and learning abilities.

Zinc bisglycinate:

This is an essential nutrient with numerous health benefits, including the potential to alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression in some individuals. While factors like stress, hormones, and genetics can contribute to these conditions, diet also plays a crucial role in influencing mood.

Vitamin E:

Vitamin E serves as a nonenzymatic antioxidant that complements enzymatic antioxidants like glutathione peroxidase and superoxide dismutase. It plays a secondary role in mitigating oxidant changes resulting from stress, potentially exhibiting antidepressant-like effects.

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