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GABA T2 Calming Anxiety Reducer 60 caps

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GABA T2 includes GABA, Taurine and Theonine

This formula is for immediate and multi-hour calming, reduced anxiety and difficulty initiating or stopping broken sleep patterns.

 

GABA T2 is an Anxiolytic, reducing anxiety and stress response.   GABA is an primary inhibitory neurotransmitter for the CNS.  L-Taurine reduces neuromuscular excitability, in the CNS and peripheral nervous system.  L-Theanine, originally from Green Tea, promotes CNS relaxation, improved concentration and learning ability.

 

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