- All natural
- Processed with Cutting-edge technology
- Manufactured in accordance with stringent GMP regulations
- Analysed, tested and verified by independent third party facilities such as leading analytical laboratories and foremost Universities.
Available in three strengths:
- JUNIOR (5mg active ingredient)
- ADULT (15mg active ingredient)
- EXTRA STRENGTH (25mg active ingredient)
Trimesemine and specifically its active component, Mesembrine, have mood enhancing properties. These are primarily due to a group of alkaloids that interact with receptorsin the brain, increasing and/or modulating the release of serotonin. When ingested, Relaxed Focus has shown effectiveness within thirtyminutes.
Assist in stress related frustrations, lack of concentration, learning disabilities, and attention deficit disorders to social anxiety, post traumatic
syndrome, seasonal affective disorder to depression, antenatal depression, anxiety and tension.
These symptoms can vary very little or have vast differences.
In small doses, stress helps you to stay focused, energetic, and alert. But
when it becomes overwhelming, it can damage your health, your mood, your productivity, your relationships and your quality of life. Everyone can experience stress differently but there are some common warning signs and symptoms. It can easily creep up on you so that being frazzled and overwhelmed starts to feel normal.
You may not realize how much it’s affecting you, even as it takes a heavy toll on your mind, body, and behaviour. You can protect yourself by learning how to recognize the signs and symptoms of stress overload and taking steps to reduce its harmful effects.
Depression varies from person to person, but there are some common signs and symptoms.
Remember that these symptoms can be part of life’s normal lows. The more symptoms you have, the stronger they are, and the longer they’ve lasted—the more likely it is that you’re dealing with depression.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
- Feelings of helplessness and hopelessness – feeling like nothing will ever get better and you can’t do anything to improve your situation.
- Loss of interest in daily activities and things you’ve always enjoyed like your hobbies, pastimes, social activities or sex.
- Appetite or weight changes – specifically any change (up or down) of more than 5% of your body weight in a month
- Changes to sleep patterns – being unable to fall sleep, waking in the early hours of the morning or oversleeping
- Low tolerance levels resulting in a short temper, anger, irritability or even feelings of violence.
- Loss of energy and feeling fatigued, sluggish, physically drained and constantly exhausted.
- Strong feelings of worthlessness or guilt.
- Irresponsible behaviour such as substance abuse, compulsive gambling, reckless driving or dangerous sports.
- Difficulty with focusing, making decisions, or remembering things.
- Unexplained aches and pains such as headaches, back pain, aching muscles, and stomach pain.
ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER
“Attention deficit disorder” also known as “ADD or ADHD” is not simply a problem with paying attention, it is a disorder that makes handling multiple tasks, which most people handle with ease, really difficult to carry out. It is especially true of those that require organization, planning, and constant focus. ADHD is challenging, but once you understand the problem and how it affects you, or your child you can learn to compensate for areas of weakness and take advantage of your relevant strengths and talents.
Making decisions about medication for ADD or ADHD are difficult so it is important to understand what medication can and can’t do, what is available and finally, which would best suit your needs or the needs of your child. ADHD medication can improve concentration, control impulses, make it easier to plan ahead and follow through with tasks. It cannot however fix all ADD or ADHD related challenges. Medication doesn’t cure ADD or ADHD. It can relieve symptoms while it’s being taken but they return when the medication is discontinued. Also, ADD or ADHD medication works better for some than for others.
Mainstream Medication can cause common side effects, some of which include:
- Feeling restless and jittery
- Difficulty sleeping
- Loss of appetite
- Upset stomach
- Irritability, mood swing
- Racing heartbeat
Beyond the potential side effects, there are a number of safety concerns associated with ADD/ADHD medication.
- The effect on the brain.
This is a particular concern in the case of children. The effect on the young, developing brain is not yet known.
There is documented concern that the use of drugs such as Ritalin in children and teens might interfere with normal brain development.
- Heart-related problems.
Sudden death has been widely reported in children and adults with heart conditions
- Psychiatric problems.
Stimulants for ADD/ADHD can cause or intensify hostility, aggression, anxiety, depression, and paranoia.
- Potential for abuse.
The abuse of stimulants is a growing concern – especially among teenagers and young adults where Ritalin specifically is being abused to study for exams, lose weight or just to get intoxicated.
NOTE: The FDA has issued warnings with regard to the use of some mainstream medications in the above context, as they have been linked to teenage suicides and school violence in the USA.
RELAXED FOCUS HAS NONE OF THESE MAINSTREAM MEDICATION SIDE EFFECTS OR SAFETY CONCERNS.
Can be taken from age 6
5 mg 1-2 capsules
15 mg 1-2 capsules
25 mg 1 capsule per day.
Relaxed focus must be taken under advisement of a medical practitioner when taking with blood thinning medication.
Pregnant women must take it under advisement of a medical practitioner.
Breast feeding mothers can take it. It is documented that Sceletium Tortuosum was used for the treatment of post-natal depression by the Koi San people