SAY GOODBYE TO STRESS, HELLO TO FOCUS
Everyday stress happens to us all. When stress starts to become overwhelming, it can negatively impact our health, causing issues ranging from tension and depressed mood to weight gain and sleeplessness.
Unfortunately, many people seeking relief from the effects of stress are steered toward temporary “band aid” solutions. This doesn’t allow their bodies to repair and maintain the systems that are desperately in need of maintenance and rebalancing.
The physician who created HPA Balance® took a different approach. He discovered that by restoring balance in your HPA Axis, you can maintain a calm state of mind and manage your stress in a healthful way.
How HPA Balance® Works
The unique herbal combination offered with HPA Balance works synergistically to maintain normal hormonal balance and adrenal function, naturally.
It starts at the root of your system imbalance and helps you promote the body’s ability to handle stress.
This can help with a number of benefits, including improved focus & concentration, better-quality sleep, and more balanced moods.
Natural, Clinically-Tested Ingredients
These ingredients are clinically tested to improve the body’s ability to handle stress and increase focus, with very low risk of tolerance or side effects.
Sensoril® Standardized Ashwagandha (Root Extract): 225mg/serving
Historically, one of India’s most revered herbs, Ashwagandha, is used for its ability to balance, energize, and rejuvenate.
Sensoril is supported by numerous clinical studies validating benefits.
Relora® (Chinese Tree Bark Extract): 250mg/serving
A Chinese herbal supplement, used for more than 1500 years, has advanced to a new level of potency and standardization with Relora.
Relora is clinically proven to support normal levels of adrenal hormones for a healthful reaction to everyday stress, and to quiet the HPA axis without causing drowsiness.
TheaKalm® Pure L-Theanine (Green Tea Extract): 200mg/serving
This amino acid is naturally produced by our bodies and found in small amounts in green tea and certain mushrooms. L-theanine competes with our body’s exciting neurotransmitters, which results in balanced mood and mental focus, without causing drowsiness.
Take 2 capsules in the morning and 2 capsules in the evening, or as recommended by your healthcare provider.
At Vital Plan, we pride ourselves in using optimally dosed ingredients and clear, honest labeling for each product. Each batch of capsules is quality-tested multiple times throughout the manufacturing process and sent to 3rd-party labs for verification of ingredient purity and label claims.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always consult your qualified healthcare provider before beginning any diet or program.
Sensoril® is protected under US Patent 6,713,092 and is a registered TM of Natreon, Inc.. Relora® is protected under US Patent 6,582,735 and is a registered TM of NPI, LLC.
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