Protazen Calming Herbal Relaxant Review
This is a review of Protazen Calming Herbal Relaxant, a natural supplement formulated to bring quick results during anxious moments as well as assist with falling asleep.
- Calcium – 60 mg
- Magnesium – 60 mg
- Vitamin B6 – 5 mg
- Valerian Root – 200 mg
- Hops – 100 mg
- Passion Flower- 100 mg
- Chamomile – 20 mg
- Skullcap – 10 mg
Calcium and Magnesium (is crucial for normal nerve transmission), Vitamin B6 (critical in the bioavailability of serotonin which is a precursor to melatonin), Valerian Root (used as a sedative), Hops and Passion Flower (used for its calming effect), Chamomile (acts as a smooth muscle relaxant) and Skullcap (used for its soothing effect).
The above ingredients might be an aid to give the consumer a calming effect, but to bring total anxiety relief, and to assist with sleeping patterns, this formula should be a dual-action formula for day/nighttime use. For the nighttime use, Melatonin (melatonin improves sleep quality providing a healthier, more refreshing sleep) should be added. The daytime formula should include clinically proven ingredients such as Bacopa (reduces anxiety, feelings of stress and acts as an antidepressant promoting peace and calm in the mind), 5-HTP and L-Theanine (used for sleep disorders such as insomnia, as well as for depression and anxiety).
- Vegetable Cellulose
- Magnesium Trisilicate
- Calcium Phosphate
- Magnesium Stearate
- Peppermint Oil
Calcium Phosphate, Magnesium Trisilicate are bulking Agents. Silica and Magnesium Stearate are anti-caking agents. Peppermint Oil is used as a flavoring.
According to clinical studies, there should be no bulking agents, colorants or artificial ingredients present in the formula, as it may hinder results. Magnesium Stearate poses as a contaminant and may impede nutrient absorption.
It is recommended to take two capsules per day as needed.
One container of 60 capsules at a price of $16.96 available from the manufacturer’s website.
Possible Side Effects
The manufacturer does give a warning that this supplement might cause minor side effects such as headaches, nausea, and allergic reactions. If these side effects do occur, then the consumer should stop taking the supplement.
The manufacturer offers the consumer a 30-day money back guarantee. If the consumer is not satisfied with the purchase, it may be returned for a full refund, minus a 25% disposal fee and the shipping fee is non-refundable as well.
Protazen Calming Herbal Relaxant Review – The Bottom Line
The manufacturer offers the consumer a vegan and gluten-free product, and the consumer reviews of this supplement are very good. However, we do find that this product is designed for the consumer that needs an aid to calm them down. If a total anxiety management solution is what the consumer is looking for, we would suggest looking for an alternative product, which does contain clinically proven key ingredients which will give the consumer these results.