In the modern age, where excellent performance, fast delivery times are always required and we are overwhelmed by deadlines, thoughts and judgments, it is easy to run into periods of strong psycho-physical and emotional stress. In the long run, it becomes difficult to maintain the pace of work and our daily activities without being overwhelmed by anxiety and worries. Although the factors triggering anxiety disorders have not yet been precisely determined, the scientific community is of the opinion that they are due to a combination of genetic, social, biological and psychological causes, and some conditions and experiences (as in the case of of traumatic events) can act as a trigger for the onset of these disorders. Like always,
What is Ansitex®?
Ansitex® is born from the constant research of our R&D team: a supplement based on Melissa Bluenesse® extract, Moodreal® Saffron extract and magnesium, developed to improve mood and reduce anxiety. The raw materials chosen for the production are certified for their quality and perform a synergistic action in combating these symptoms.
Every single component is chosen to guarantee the effectiveness of the product.
The Melissa is an edible herbaceous plant, traditionally used to find calm and serenity, and in detail the Melissa Bluenesse® is a patented plant extract, obtained from dried leaves subjected to water extraction. This process makes it rich in bioactive compounds, flavonoids and polyphenolic acids, organic molecules with a positive effect on the human body, and can help support cognitive performance, cope with stress and contribute to relaxation.
Saffron is a spice known for its use in cooking, but also used in traditional medicine since ancient times to improve the mood. The Moodreal® patent , saffron that provides 2% safranal as well as crocin and picrocrocin, bioactive compounds known for their action on mood improvement, is able to influence the levels of serotonin in our body. Serotonin is a hormone that affects mood, satiety, appetite, compulsivity and anxiety, and saffron has been shown in several studies to inhibit the reuptake of serotonin, blocking its transporter SERT: in this way it is released more serotonin in the brain, and this participates in the induction of a state of well-being and good mood.
The formula is completed with Magnesium , a well-known mineral that helps to maintain serenity and positivity, to regain good mood by counteracting stress, anxiety and mood swings, also able to promote concentration and memory. This precious mineral stimulates the production of serotonin and nerve function, favoring the transmission of impulses. It is also indicated during PMS where, due to hormonal imbalances, the levels of Magnesium are lowered physiologically, resulting in a sense of inadequacy and depression.
Benefits of our supplement
Why choose Ansitex®:
- Promotes good mood;
- Promotes relaxation;
- Improves mental well-being by reducing the feeling of stress;
- Helps fight anxiety and depressive symptoms;
- It is made up of quality and certified raw materials.
When and how to take it
We recommend taking 2 capsules a day with water. To obtain a relaxing effect before going to bed, it is recommended to take it preferably in the evening.
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