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Relaxation, Mental &
Physical Well-Being

Stress and Anxiety Relief
Reduce Symptoms of Depression and Panic Attacks
Boost Mood & Aid Restful Sleep

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Ingredients

5HTP
Lemon Balm
L-Theanine
Chamomile

Inositol
Magnesium
B-complex vitamins
Saffron Extract

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Promote physical and mental well-being

Reduce anxiety

Reduce stress

Reduce panic attacks

Boost mood

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About Zenphorol

About Zenphorol

Zenphorol is a natural alternative to anti-depressants and anti-anxiety drugs. It's effective at stress and anxiety relief.....

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About

Zenphorol

Zenphorol is a natural alternative to anti-depressants and anti-anxiety drugs. It’s effective at stress and anxiety relief, reduces symptoms of depression and panic attacks, boost mood, aid restful sleep, relaxation, and physical and mental well-being. Daily stress and anxiety not only wreaks havoc with our sense of well-being, but also shortens our lives by contributing to heart disease, diabetes, and cognitive impairment.1-3  Drugs companies created medication to treat symptoms of anxiety and stress, but health conscious people avoid them for fear of addiction and side effects.4-5 Zenphorol provides natural and effective relief from stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia and sleep disorders by combining a powerful and synergistic blend of nature’s best ingredients. Zenphorol contains the highest quality 5HTP, Lemon Balm, L-Theanine, Chamomile, Inositol, Magnesium and B Complex vitamins, totalling a massive 1530mg active per serving.


5HTP

It comes from the seeds of an African plant called Griffonia Simplicifolia. It’s a precursor to serotonin which regulates mood and behaviour. 5HTP is not directly found in the foods we eat, which makes supplementation incredibly useful. Studies show 5HTP may be as effective as standard antidepressant drugs,6 which are also commonly used to help treat anxiety and insomnia. The 5HTP in Zenphorol is 100% pure Griffonia Simplicifolia.

Lemon Balm

For years lemon balm has been renown for it’s benefits in addressing conditions related to stress and anxiety.7,8. Studies have proved that Lemon Balm combined with other ingredients have helped subjects cope with psychological and emotional stress- without loss of cognitive function.9 And in other studies Lemon Balm has shown significantly improved calmness and alertness. And significant in which subjects could do maths problem, without any reduction in accuracy.10 Further studies have shown that just 2 weeks after using Lemon Balm subjects have shown a 49%-72% reduction in state of anxiety and anxiety related symptoms. While sleep is also improved it did not  show any unwanted daytime drowsiness, which suggests Lemon Balm helps restore sleep by offsetting the effects of stress and anxiety. 11

L-Theanine

L-Theanine is an amino acid which is able to cross the blood-brain barrier. Theanine has psychoactive properties.12 Theanine has undergone studies for it’s ability to reduce mental and physical stress13, improve cognition,14 promote relaxation and support brain health.15,16. Theanine increases brain dopamine levels and exhibits neuroprotective effects. It also promotes alpha wave activity in the brain.17

Chamomile

One of the most ancient medicinal herbs known to mankind. It contains many terpenoids and flavonoids contributing to its medicinal properties. Chamomile has been used in the treatment of generalised anxiety disorder (GAD).18Chamomile has also been traditionally used as a mild sleep inducer.19 Chamomile is also useful for general health promotion, treating the common cold, 20 and as an anti-inflammatory. 21

Inositol

Inositol is a vitamin like substance which is found in highest levels in foods such as whole grains and citrus fruits. Inositol effectively reduces anxiety and panic attacks.22 It’s so effective it has been noted to be comparable with the drug fluvoxamine in potency. 23

Magnesium

Magnesium used to be abundant in foods, but over time, food processing practices have practically stripped it from our diets. Millions of people all over the world are magnesium deficient. Daily stresses can also deplete magnesium. For example, cortisol is a stress hormone which reduces the amount of magnesium in our body. Studies have shown that Magnesium is an effective treatment for mild-to-moderate generalised anxiety disorder, when used in synergy with other ingredients.24

B Complex

A deficiency in B1 can be common and facilitate drastic swings between lethargy and hyper-excitability. It is important for blood sugar control and this has a major impact on anxiety. B vitamins are essential for stress management, energy production, and neurotransmitter health.

Saffron Extract

Crocus sativus, more commonly referred to as saffron, is the world’s most expensive spice. Findings from clinical trials conducted to date indicate that saffron supplementation can improve symptoms of depression in adults with major depressive disorder (MDD).25 On a 6 week double-blind study, Crocus sativus produced a significantly better outcome on the Hamilton depression rating scale than a placebo.26

Formula

 % RDA **

5HTP

303mg

Chamomile

300mg

Lemon Balm

300mg

L-Theanine

200mg

Magnesium

200mg

Inositol

200mg

Saffron Extract

30mg

Vitamin B2

1.4mg 100%

Vitamin B3

16mg 100%

Vitamin B5

6mg 100%

Vitamin B6

1.4mg 100%

Vitamin B1

1.1mg 100%

Folic Acid

200μg 100%

Biotin

50μg 100%

Vitamin B12

3μg 120%

**EC – Recommended Daily Allowance

Ingredients:

Magnesium Citrate, Capsule Shell: Hydroxy Propyl Methyl Cellulose, Lemon Balm, Griffonia Seed Extract, Chamomile Flower Powder, L-Theanine, Inositol, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine Hydrocloride), Riboflavin, Thiamine (Hydrochloride), Folic Acid, Biotin, Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin), Saffron Extract.

Testimonials

Marcela R.

I have a high anxiety, high stress job, and turning my mind off at night so I can sleep is a battle. The first time I used Zenphorol I immediately noticed a decrease in the anxiety!! Not only do I focus better during the day, I slept like a baby, and didn't wake up with the grogginess that I do if I use a sleeping pill! I'm 2 weeks into using these and I feel much much better as time goes by

Sharon K.

My 20 year old daughter has been having anxiety and stress issues for quite a while. We've tried a number of anti-anxiety drugs with no success. I just happened to see this while searching for alternatives and thought i would give it a try. She has been taking it for about 2 or 3 weeks now and we are seeing encouraging improvement. She is having no side effects like she was having with the traditional drugs, which was very unsettling. Zenphorol is worth a trying as far as I'm concerned

Matthew O.

I already take 5HTP regularly and am aware of the benefits of Magnesium and Chamomile, so this product looked very interesting. What I also noticed with this product was the rather large quantities of each ingredient, which as anyone who takes supplements regularly knows that's what is needed to have any real effect. I didn't know too much about Lemon Balm but looked it up and there literally loads of scientific studies proving it's effectiveness. Magnesium and Inositol are solid ingredients too. The price seems good value for all these combined so I took a chance. I took 1 pill 3 times a day on the first day and felt mildly relaxed, nothing major. The second day I took 3 together 1 hour before bed time and WOW I slept better than I have for years and woke with no grogginess, feeling great. For the past 3 weeks I have been back to taking 1 capsule 3 times a day and I have truly never felt better. I was paying £20 a month previously just for 5HTP, now I will never go back to taking it alone. It is FAR more effective this way. If like me you have suffered with anxiety, depression and insomnia for a very long time, then I really do recommend you try Zenphorol.

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FAQs

Q. Does Zenphorol work?

A. Yes! Ingredients in Zenphorol were specifically selected that are powerful, work synergistically and are backed by science, with a full list of references.

Q. Is Zenphorol right for me?

A. If you suffer from anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia or broken sleep patterns, Zenphorol is designed for you. Feel better and get your life back on track. The formula is powerful yet gentle enough so you can enjoy life to the full.

Q. What is the dosage and serving size of Zenphorol?

A. Zenphorol comes as 90 capsules, with 3 capsules a day dosage. You can consume 1 capsule 3 times a day for anxiety relief. Or take 3 capsules 1 hour before bedtime to aid restful sleep. You can use these different dosages on different days, but do not consume more than 3 capsules per day. Each serving is 1530mg.

Q. Is Zenphorol the best natural anti-anxiety treatment?

A. We believe at a massive 1530mg per serving that Zenphorol is the best product of this kind on the market.

Q. Will it make me drowsy during the daytime?

A. Follow the directions of 1 capsule 3 times a day (usually spaced 3-5 hours apart) and there should not be any drowsiness. If you feel any drowsiness after 1 capsule, discontinue use and contact us. Consuming 3 capsules 30-60 minutes before bedtime may facilitate light drowsiness and help fall into a deep restful sleep. Do not consume more than 3 capsules in 24 hours.

Q. Can I take Zenphorol with other medication or drugs?

A. It may be possible to take Zenphorol together with some medication. However, you need to clear this with your physician. Seek medical advice before combining any medication.

Q. How safe is Zenphorol?

A. Zenphorol is manufactured in state of the art facilities under GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) license and is legal for sale throughout the world (UK/EU/USA and all participating GMP countries). There are no toxic ingredients contained. It is 100% safe. If you have any allergies, please consult your physician before use.

Q. Can I interrupt taking Zenphorol?

A. Yes. It is a food supplement, not a medicine. You can take Zenphorol on whatever days you feel you need to. For optimum effect, take 3 capsules daily, on-going.

 

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