Relaxin For Insomnia, Anxiety, Stress, Drug Withdrawal
Relaxin contains Ziziphus jujube, Anemarrhena asphodeloides, Ligusticum chuanziong, Salvia miltiorrhiza, and Epimedium brevicornum. Approved by the Japanese Government to help relive insomnia, Relaxin assists in sleeping and helps alleviate stress. It is used for nervous tension, insomnia, arrhythmia, cold sweats, dizziness, and dry mouth. Unlike sleeping pills, Relaxin does not cause drowsiness (a side effect of Melatonin), depression and suicide.
One study involved neurasthenia (nervous exhaustion) patients. Among the participants, 31 had insomnia. After taking Relaxin, all 31 cases improved their sleeping habits and even 64.5% of them had improved daytime energy.
Relaxin is also beneficial for arrhythmia or irregular heartbeat. Arrhythmias may be caused by stress, caffeine, tobacco, and heart disease. In one study, 89 patients with arrhythmia took Relaxin. It was 89.28% effective in restoring normal heart rhythm.
In 2005, the Taiwan Health Department applied for drug approval for Relaxin because of its promising potential in aiding drug addicts through withdrawal symptoms. A study in the summer of 2004 has shown that Relaxin is able to alleviate withdrawal symptoms experienced by morphine addicts. Prof. YF Chen from China Medical pharmacology led this study where morphine addicts were given Relaxin. They found that it reduces pain, helps calm the addicts and exhibits anti-spasmodic functions.
Cost Per Serving: $1.67
Additional notes: Keep bottle tightly closed. Store in a cool, dry place.
Brand: Chi's Enterprise
Delivery type: Gelatin Capsule
Contraindications: Consult your physician before use
Made In: USA
Serving size: 2 softgels
Servings per container: 30
|Ziziphus jujuba||500 mg||-|
|Syzygium aromaticum||300 mg||-|
|Ligusticum chuanxiong||200 mg||-|
Ziziphus jujuba, Syzygium aromaticum, Ligusticum chuanxiong
2 softgels, 1-2 hours before bedtime.
Keep out of reach of children.
Relaxin is an herbal formula that is gentle yet effective for various issues. You may try it.
Medications may be also causing aggressive behavior - or a lack of nutrients. Lack of protein or not eating often enough throughout the day can also cause aggressive behavior.
I am happy to hear that Relaxin is helping a lot.
It is best to keep using what works and not keep switching.
I recommend keeping a couple months supply of Relaxin on hand and then ordering once it reaches that level.
Using all three together may be too strong. If you do try - pls be careful and talk with her doctor.
I am glad to hear you are using food wisely as well! :)
This product is great for improved sleep, and is not known to assist in reducing muscle pain.
In Health and Happiness,
Kelly Harrington, MS, RD
Nutritionist for Healthy Goods