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CalmSupport - All-Natural Stress & Relaxation Support

CalmSupport is an all-natural and organic supplement formulated to help promote calmness and offer relaxation support.* (Scroll down to read more)

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CalmSupport (Each bottle contains 60 capsules, which is a 30-day supply.)
Our unique blend of active vitamins, organic herbs, and amino acids may help:

     • Target occasional stress*
     • Enhance mental clarity*
     • Support a better mood*
     • Promote relaxation*
     • Relax muscle tension*

     • Fully Organic Herbal Powder (Not Extracts)

     • We Only Use Active Vitamins In Our Products
     • No Dyes, No Artificial Coloring, and No Magnesium Stearate
     • Vegetarian Formula

Recommended Serving:
 Take 1 capsule in the morning and 1 capsule in the evening, preferably with food.


Organic Ashwagandha Root Powder (Withania somnifera) – Also known as ‘Indian Ginseng,’ Ashwagandha has been used in India for centuries to help boost energy levels as well as provide stress support [1, 2]. Ashwagandha also enhances cognitive processes, such as learning and memory function [3]. This potent herb also reinforces immune system health [4].

Organic Ginger Root Powder (Zingiber officinale) – Ginger may help support digestive health and occasional nausea [5]. This botanical helps minimize stomach discomfort and muscle spasms for people who have frequent digestive issues [6]. Ginger root also promotes relaxation by targeting anxiousness [7].

Organic Motherwort Herb Powder (Leonurus cardiaca) – Motherwort is a calming herb helpful for irritability [8]. In addition, Motherwort contains various antioxidants that help destroy harmful free radical toxins [8].  

Organic Oat Seed Powder (Avena sativa) – Milky oats have been used historically for stress support and occasional sleeplessness [9, 10]. Oat seed helps minimize nervous tension, worry, and anxiousness that can disrupt sleep [9, 10]. Oats also contain selenium, tryptophan, and melatonin, all of which support relaxation and healthy sleep [9, 11].

Organic Passion Flower Herb Powder (Passiflora incarnata) – Passion Flower is known for its soothing properties and promoting relaxation [12]. This beneficial herb targets restlessness, fidgeting, racing thoughts, and nerve-related discomfort [13]. Passion flower influences chemicals in the brain such as gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), which support coping mechanisms for irritability, stress, and muscle tension [13].

Organic Phyllanthus (Bhumyamalaki) Herb Powder (Phyllanthus niruri) – Bhumyamalaki is an herb known for its antioxidant properties that help target free radical toxins and oxidative stress, which refers to an imbalance of toxins and antioxidants in the body [14, 15].

Organic Velvet Bean Seed Powder (Mucuna pruriens) – Also known as Mucuna pruriens or Mucuna beans, is an excellent source of antioxidants that help target harmful invaders and free radical toxins [16]. Velvet beans also contain an amino acid called L-Dopa, which the body uses to make a chemical in the brain called dopamine [17]. Dopamine helps transfer signals involved in concentration, alertness, mood, and memory [17]. Healthy dopamine levels also support better responses to stress [17].

Organic Valerian Root Powder (Valeriana officinalis) – Valerian has been used for thousands of years around the world to help ease restlessness, nervousness, and occasional sleeplessness [18-20]. Taking this herbs provides benefits in sleep quality and average sleep time, while minimizing the number of night time wakings and sleep latency, the time it takes to fall asleep [19, 20].

Amino acids:
GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) – GABA can help with occasional stress as well as support mental relaxation. GABA has a stress-minimizing and calming influence on the brain, similar to synthetic medications often prescribed for relaxation [21]. This chemical messenger in the brain combats stress and anxiousness by blocking nerve cells that overfire during stressful situations [21, 22].

L-Theanine as L-TeaActive® – L-Theanine as L-TeaActive® is an amino acid found in green tea that has been shown to influence brain activity by promoting relaxation, focus, and a healthy stress response [23]. The combination of GABA and L-Theanine helps lengthen sleep time and accelerates sleep onset [24].

L-Tryptophan – L-Tryptophan is an important amino acid that is converted to 5-hyrdoxytryptophan (5-HTP), and then to serotonin in the body [25]. Serotonin is a chemical messenger in the brain transmits signals between nerve cells and encourages a healthy mood. Taking L-Tryptophan helps target fatigue, hormonal imbalances, weakness, and headaches, all of which influence responses to stress and mood control [26].

- Folic acid supports cardiovascular and heart health [27]. In addition, folic acid heightens the body’s natural defenses against harmful agents that can damage cells throughout the body [27-31]. Folic acid also enhances brain health, boosts energy levels, minimizes fatigues, and targets invaders that are linked to abnormal inflammatory responses [27, 28].

Thiamin (as Thiamine HCL) – Thiamin is also known as Vitamin B1, and plays an important role in energy production in the body [32]. In addition, Thiamin is essential for a healthy nervous system and muscle function. Thiamin also reinforces red blood cell health and circulatory system function, both of which play role in endurance and stress response [32].

Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate) – Pyridoxine, also known as Vitamin B6, supports amino acid absorption and the production of neurotransmitters, chemical messengers in the brain [33]. In addition, pyridoxine reinforces healthy immune system and nervous system responses, which are processes that help the body cope with stress and discomfort [33].

Vitamin B12 (as Methylcobalamin) – Vitamin B12 promotes energy production and enhances nervous system health [34]. Furthermore, Vitamin B12 boosts red blood cell, immune cell, and nerve cell health by heightening nutrient transfer throughout the body [34, 35]. In addition, vitamin B12 bolsters mood and the ability to relax by influencing melatonin levels [36, 37]. Severe vitamin B deficiencies can lead to major health problems in the nervous system and brain [38].  Methylcobalamin is the bioactive form of vitamin B12 that the body easily uses.

Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid) – Vitamin C is essential for life. It is an extremely important vitamin that provides powerful antioxidant properties and reinforces healthy immune responses [39]. In addition, taking Vitamin C targets fatigue, especially lethargy that is linked to a vitamin C deficiency, and helps the body sustain optimal energy levels during stressful situations [39, 40].

Zinc (as Zinc Citrate)
 – Zinc is used by the immune system and it also provides antioxidant support. Zinc also promotes optimal brain health, and a deficiency of vital mineral may contribute to cognitive issues, such as memory impairments, learning problems, or a loss of mental clarity [41].

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Fillers: We do NOT use Magnesium Stearate.

VitaminSupport does NOT use any artificial fillers in our product. One popular filler, also known as a flow agent”, that is commonly used in supplements is magnesium stearate. This filler is used to easily fill the capsules during production. Some studies have shown that fillers such as magnesium stearate may reduce the absorption of the vitamins and nutrients in the body. ( VitaminSupport, we refuse to cut corners and compromise our products.

Warnings: As with any supplement, if you are taking medication or have a medical condition, consult your doctor before use. This supplement is NOT formulated for use by children or those who are pregnant or lactating. Do not exceed the recommended use. May cause drowsiness, do not operate machinery.

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