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Natural Herbs for Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Choosing the right natural herbs for anxiety and panic attacks isn’t difficult when you know what to look for. The best herbs for anxiety and panic attacks are backed by independent clinical research, so you know they are proven safe and effective.

Natural herbs have been used throughout history in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, and more modern Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) systems. Yet they seem relatively new to many people when it comes to using them for anxiety and panic attacks caused by everyday stress. Thanks to advances in scientific research, natural anxiety and panic attack herbs are much more widely understood today than ever before.

Herbs used to stop anxiety and panic attacks are now available everywhere, and healing with herbs really works for many people. It’s important to review how the variety of proven anxiety attack herbs help you feel better. That way, you can choose the right combination for yourself.

Certain natural herbs are clinically-proven more effective than others at reducing nervous tension, occasional anxiety and mild panic attacks that are due to everyday stress factors. Valerian Root, Winter Cherry, 5-HTP, Passion Flower and Arctic Root are some of the recognized, researched and widely-used natural herbs for anxiety and panic attacks.

These anxiety and panic attack herbs either work as adaptogens (herbs that strengthen the body during periods of heightened emotional or physical stress) or natural sedatives (herbs that promote relaxation of the central nervous system). Combining herbs that help with anxiety and panic attacks (e.g., taking Valerian Root, Winter Cherry, 5-HTP, Passion Flower, Rhodiola Rosea) will provide the broadest spectrum of action that is more effective than taking a single-herb preparation alone.

Valerian RootValerian Root
(Valeriana Officinalis)

Natural sedative quickly relieves occasional panic attacks
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Winter CherryWinter Cherry
(Withania Somnifera)

Relieves mental fatigue caused by mild anxiety and panic attacks
Learn more about Winter Cherry
5-HTP5-HTP
(5-Hydroxytryptophan)
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 panic attacks
Learn more about Passion Flower
Arctic RootArctic Root
(Rhodiola Rosea)

Relieves occasional panic 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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