Anti-Anxiety Supplement Zenium


Quiet the Chatter – Calm the Tension

Zenium quiets the chatter of the mind and calms tension in the body, bringing tranquility back to the deep oceans of the psyche.



Zenium is amazing! It works as well as my Xanax, but without all the brain fog and nasty side effects. I get anxiety sometimes first thing in the morning. Sometimes it’s at night before bed. Zenium takes about 30 minutes to work and completely calms my anxiety. – Michael L.


Meticulously hand-crafted to smooth out the ripples and waves of the body and mind.



This small shrub with yellow flowers has been used for over 3,000 years to relieve stress and anxiety while increasing energy levels and improving concentration. The Ashwagandha plant is native to India and Northern Africa.



An amino acid, L-Theanine is most commonly found in tea leaves, with small amounts also present in Bay Bolete mushrooms. Research indicates that L-Theanine promotes relaxation without causing drowsiness.


Valerian Root

The valerian flower was first used to make perfume centuries ago, with the root in use with traditional medicine for at least 2,000 years. Valerian root has been found to inhibit the breakdown of GABA in the brain, resulting in feelings of calmness and tranquility.



The body uses 5-HTP to produce serotonin, a chemical messenger that sends signals between your nerve cells. Low serotonin levels are associated with depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, weight gain and other health problems.



Deficient levels of GABA have been linked to anxiety and are commonly low in many people that experience chronic stress. When GABA attaches to a protein in your brain known as a GABA receptor, it produces a calming effect.


Rhodiala Rosea

This herb grows in the cold, mountainous regions of Europe and Asia. Used in both localities for centuries, Rhodiola is an adaptogen — a natural substance that when consumed helps the body adapt to stress.


Lemon Balm

A perennial herb from the mint family, studies have found that lemon balm eases the negative mood effects of stress. Participants who took lemon balm self-reported an increased sense of calmness.



Research indicates that Magnesium appears to reduce anxiety by acting on multiple levels within the body – including the regulation of hormones, lowering of blood pressure, and the relaxing of muscles.


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