Your Adaptogen Habit Is Getting the Gummy Treatment
The formula is called Nerve Less because the blend was specifically crafted by Robinett to help reduce anxiety, depression, and stress holistically—consult your doc before starting any new treatment regimen, FYI. Here's what's inside: lavender, skullcap, oat straw (AKA avena sativa), and ashwagandha. "Skullcap very specifically targets the nervous system," Robinett says in a press release. "Some of its active compounds bind to the same receptor sites in our brain as benzodiazepines. In other words, this strong calmer is nature's Xanax."
Oatstraw, she explains, is also a nervine, or medicine on a mission to help the body mellow out. Ashwagandha has been shown to lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol and soothe the parasympathetic nervous system. And lavender, of course, is best known for its calming qualities. The gummies are also organic, vegetarian, gluten-free, non-GMO, and have no artificial ingredients or food coloring. They go on sale today, for $25 a bottle.
Is it possible to take too many adaptogens? Find out before you eat your whole gummy supply in one setting. And another delicious way to reap their benefits: These yummy pancakes.
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