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Anxiety Disorder? Herbal Remedies May Not Be Enough to Help.

Have you been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder? Herbal remedies are not approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. You should not take herbal remedies for anxiety disorder unless they are recommended by a qualified medical professional.

The FDA does not approve herbal remedies for anxiety disorder because there is not yet enough clinical research to conclusively show that they are effective treatments for these diagnosable health conditions. Herbal remedies for anxiety are only clinically-proven to relieve common anxiety and occasional anxiety attacks caused by everyday stress factors.

No one is immune to the effects of everyday stress. Just because you experience worry, nervousness or anxiety does not mean you have a diagnosable medical condition. Environmental factors, complex emotional situations, health issues, critical self-talk, lack of exercise, shallow breathing, poor diet and brain chemistry can all heighten stress and anxiety levels.

This is why you must speak with a qualified medical professional before taking any herbal remedies. Anxiety disorder or not, only a doctor can adequately diagnose your emotional health and recommend prescription drug treatment options if necessary. It is especially important to talk to your doctor if you are already using a prescribed medication to treat anxiety disorder. Herbal remedies combined with certain prescription medications may cause drug interactions that mimic anxiety symptoms.

One of the first steps that you can take toward feeling better is supplementing your diet with essential vitamins, trace minerals and amino acids that everyday stress depletes. Plant-derived medicines like Valerian Root, Winter Cherry, 5-HTP, Passion Flower, Arctic Root also help to balance Emotional Wellness.

Valerian RootValerian Root
(Valeriana Officinalis)

Natural sedative relieves nervous tension, occasional anxiety and mild anxiety attacks
Learn more about Valerian Root
Winter CherryWinter Cherry
(Withania Somnifera)

Relieves nervous tension, occasional anxiety and mental fatigue
Learn more about Winter Cherry
Building block to Serotonin, a neurotransmitter that promotes relaxation
Learn more about 5-HTP
Passion FlowerPassion Flower
(Passiflora Incarnata)

Natural sedative relieves occasional anxiety and mild anxiety attacks
Learn more about Passion Flower
Arctic RootArctic Root
(Rhodiola Rosea)

Relieves occasional anxiety attacks and positively supports the body during periods of stress
Learn more about Arctic Root

Clarocet® NRI is a biologically-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) that stops nervous tension, occasional anxiety and mild panic attacks fast using a combination of natural, non-drowsy sedatives like the ones listed above. Supportive nutrients that include essential vitamins, trace minerals and amino acids strengthen the core action of Clarocet NRI to create a broad spectrum of relaxation benefits.

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We've developed Clarocet NRI based on the latest independent clinical research. In fact, we've examined over 200 clinical trials, scientific studies and medical journals to develop our complete line of natural medicines for Emotional Wellness support. You can be 100% certain that the ingredients we use maintain a proven track record of safety and efficacy.

Browse the Clarocet Ingredient Reference Library to discover the science of nature with our ingredient profiles and detailed monographs.

The active ingredients in Clarocet NRI are clinically shown to promote relaxation as soon as the first day of use. Daily use for six weeks is recommended.

You’ll get your best results from Clarocet NRI when you take it as part of a complete Wellness Plan that focuses on the 7 Aspects of Wellness®.

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Talk to your doctor if your symptoms occur frequently, if they worsen over time or if they impair day-to-day life in any way. Symptoms lasting longer than 2 to 6 weeks, or those that go away for a time and then come back could mean that you have a diagnosable emotional health condition. Dietary supplements are not adequate treatments for conditions such as generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder or panic disorder. They should not be used as a replacement for prescribed medication to treat these conditions unless otherwise recommended by your doctor.


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