New Roots Chill Pills. Chill Pills is a natural herbal and vitamin synergistic "feel good" formula that brightens your mood, and most importantly, relieves stress. It also reduces nervous irritability and induces relaxation so you can calm down and concentrate. Chill Pills is non-addictive and will not make you drowsy. While working at the office or elsewhere, Chill Pills will improve your concentration, interactions with people, and help you work more effectively. Use Chill Pills and you will feel great, look at life positively, feel good about yourself, enjoy the company of your friends and family, smile again the way you used to, and conquer your negative feelings.
B1 (Thiamine HCL) - 50mg
B2 (Riboflavin HCL) - 50mg
B2 (Riboflavin 5-Phosphate) - 5mg
B3 (Niacinamide) - 15mg
B3 (Inositol Nicotinate Hexanicotinate) - 35mg
B5 (D'Pantothenic acid) (Calcium) - 50mg
B6 (Pyridoxine HCL) - 50mg
B6 (Pyridoxal 5-Phosphate) - 5mg
Biotin 1%. - 75mcg
Folic Acid 10% - 1mg
B12 (Methylcobalamin) 1%. - 150mcg
Choline Bitartrate 98% - 25mg
Choline Citrate. - 25mg
Inositol - 50mg
Paba (Para Amino Benzoic Acid) - 50mg
Red Jujube - 25mg
Phellodendron 0.1% (Berberine) - 30(PE 35:1 - 1050)mg
Royal Jelly 6% - 10 HAD - 50mg
Astragalus 16% Extract 16:1 P.E. - 50 = 800mg
L-Theanine - 100mg
Rhodiola 5% Extract (Rosvins) 55:1 P.E - 100 = 5500 mg
Passion Flower 3.5% (Isouitexin) - 100mg
Avenia Sativa Extract 10:1 P.E - 100 = 1000mg
Magnolia 1.5% (Honokiol) 75:1 P.E - 70 = 5250mg
Ashwagandha Root 2.5% 8:1 P.E - 50 = 1200mg
Does not contain:
Preservatives, artificial flavour or colours, sugar, dairy or starch.
Take 1-3 capsules daily as needed or as directed by your health professional.
Historically people consider stress to be something that happens to them, an event such as an injury or emotional let down. Others think that stress is what happens to our bodies, minds or behaviors in response to an event (e.g. pounding heart, anxiety, or nail biting). While stress does involve events and our response to them, these are not the most important factors. Our thoughts about the situations in which we find ourselves and how we deal with them are the critical factor.
When something happens to us, we automatically evaluate the situation mentally. We decide if it is threatening to us, how we need to deal with the situation, and what skills we can use. If we decide that the demands of the situation outweigh the skills we have, then we label the situation as "stressful" and react with the classic "stress response". If we decide that our coping skills outweigh the demands of the situation, then we don`t see it as "stressful".
The relationship between brain chemicals, moods and behavior are directly connected to human health and well being. Stress, roughly the opposite of relaxation, is a medical term for a wide range of strong external stimuli, both physiological and psychological that can cause a physiological response called the general adaptation syndrome. This has been defined into three definitions:
Alarm reaction where the body detects the external stimuli. Adaptation where the body engages defensive countermeasures against the stress.
Exhaustion where the body runs out of defenses.
All types can directly or indirectly contribute to general or specific disorders to your body and mind. Stress is a major factor in causing and aggravating different disorders and the diverse mechanisms of actions responsible for mediating its multiple effects. Historically, stress has been a cash cow for the pharmaceutical industry. From the 1970s` "mother`s little helper" Valium to supermom-booster Prozac and now a host of anti-anxiety drugs including Xanax, Ativan, Paxil, and BuSpar, North America loves its chill pills.
Information taken from the New Roots website.
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