Pro-Calm

Pro-Calm

65.00

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Pro-Calm

Organic and plant based anti-stress and calming agent.

Plant oil base and trimesemine.

50ml container.

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Pro-Calm

1. Organic plant-based anti-stress and calming agent.
2. May slow cognitive deterioration and improved memory.
3. Possible anti-ageing effect by maintenance of DHEAs levels.
4. Potential for treatment and protection of the prostate from cancer.
5. Tests show Trimesemine� may lower high blood pressure.

Dosage; For the Capsules, 1-2 each day with water is enough to re-focus the easily distracted child or adult, or to effect a sense of relaxation and calm. From my own experience using Pro-Calm Gel for the last 10+ years, for infants 1 �pump is enough. For teenagers, 1 to 2 pumps, depending on their weight, and for adults, 2- 3 depending on weight and frailty - so for example for an elderly person who is quite thin, I would start with 1 or 2 pumps, and see how settled they are within the first 5 to 10 minutes. I might then top them up after 20-30 minutes depending on what I am doing.

Side-Effects; Pro-Calm is not like Valium or some of the other anxiety/stress medications that people are often prescribed. Pro-Calm is only a mood elevator without any potential for dependency or withdrawal symptoms even after long-term usage.

GreyCell Pro-Calm is safe for all ages - the dosage is between 1-2 pumps to3 or more, as a rough guide. Remember this product effect & dosage will be weight-related, so heavier people will require a little more.For some of the more obese or anxious people, I would start on 3 pumps, see how they settle in the first 5-10 minutes and then consider adding in 2 additional pumps if they really have not settled at all.

Pro-Calm would definitely help infants (and parents!), young and old adults get through the pre-surgery panic attack, the event, and post-surgery blues, especially the acute post-surgery stage in infants and the young associated with frenum releases, tooth extraction or any surgery, without the heavy duty sedatives.

Sceletium tortuosum (Mesembryanthemaceae) is a succulent herb that grows almost exclusively in South Africa and is a low to the ground flowering creeper. S tortuosum is also known as Kanna, Channa, and Kougoed). The plant has been used by South African Khoe as a mood-stabilising substance from prehistoric times. The first known written account of the plant's use was by Jan van Riebeeck and his crew from the ship Drommedaris in 1662. The traditionally prepared dried Sceletium was often chewed and the saliva swallowed, but it has also been made into gel caps, teas and tinctures, and there any many products that are sold openly on the www.
For hundreds of years, native tribes prized its calming effects, which appear to be very similar to those of St. John's Wort, except the potency is significantly greater. The plant is nowhere near as common in the wild as it once was, with most of it being grown in controlled environments. The plant is not hallucinogenic, contrary to some literature on the subject, and no adverse effects