Higher Nature Balance for Nerves
- Calming formula for natural relaxation
- Contains vitamins B3, B6 and B12 and magnesium which contribute to normal nervous system function
- With theanine and taurine, targeted amino acids
- Includes lemon balm and passionflower extracts for complete support
- Ideal for short term relief or long term support
- Non-addictive and non-drowsy formula
What is Balance for Nerves?
Are you in constant fight or flight mode? Are you searching for something to help you regain your sense of calm and focus? Then look no further than Balance for Nerves. This formula combines a unique blend of vitamins, amino acids and botanicals to support you when feeling frazzled or overwhelmed. Vitamins B3, B6 and B12 are all important for the normal functioning of the nervous system whilst theanine, found naturally in green tea, is believed to promote a sense of calm and relaxation.
Balance for Nerves also provides magnesium, an essential mineral that relaxes the brain and the body and is quickly depleted when under stress.
Additionally, the herbs passion flower and melissa officinalis (lemon balm) are traditional herbs complete the formula.
Who is this for?
Balance for Nerves is ideal to take when you are feeling overwhelmed and can be used day or night.
It is also a great support prior to stressful situations such as exams or interviews. Vitamins B3, B6, B12 and magnesium contribute to the normal functioning of the nervous system and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. Magnesium contributes to normal psychological function.
Two capsules typically provide
Niacin (Vitamin B3) 40mg, Vitamin B6 20mg ,(as pyridoxine HCl 10mg and pyridoxal-5-phosphate 10mg), Folic acid 100µg, Vitamin B12 20µg, Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) 100mg, Magnesium 70mg, Theanine 50mg, Lemon balm extract 3:1 37mg (Equivalent to lemon balm powder 100mg), Passion flower extract 4:1 100mg (Equivalent to passion flower powder 400mg), Taurine 550mg.
Approx capsule size 20.2 x 8.2mm
Take 2–4 capsules a day.
Long term intakes of this amount of vitamin B6 may lead to mild tingling and numbness.