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EIR Reviews Treatment - Herbal Remedies Herbs M-R Relora® - Phellodendron amurense and Magnolia officinalis

Relora® - Phellodendron amurense and Magnolia officinalis Maff Hot

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Written by Maff     November 15, 2007    
 
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Relora® is a patent pending plant extract of Phellodendron amurense and Magnolia officinalis that may help to relieve stress and minimize stress-induced eating. Weight gain can be associated with emotional over-eating for people with stressful lifestyles. Preliminary research suggests that Relora® may help regulate cortisol levels in the body that are associated with stress-related weight gain. Relora® may also combat stress by binding directly to stress-related receptors in the nervous system and by increasing levels of DHEA, another adrenal hormone which helps to balance the negative effects of high cortisol. The bark of Magnolia officinalis has been used in traditional Chinese herbalism for centuries for stress reduction and muscle tension.

 

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I've used Relora on and off for a couple of years now at times when I am particular stressed and really need something to help me cope with it. At a dose of 250mg 3 times per day it is very effective for this.

When taking Relora the effects become noticeable pretty quickly, after around 24 hours. I usually only use it for a period of about a month at a time but the effects do seem to gradually increase the longer I take it.

I have taken benzodiazepines such as Valium for stress and anxiety in the past and the effects from Relora are very similar to those from these drugs. Both provide a feeling of nerves being calmed but do tend to leave you feeling a little drowsy and foggy. This is perhaps just a sign that the dose needs adjustment however. Perhaps as a result of this effect Relora helps me get off to sleep and stay asleep throughout the night.

This is a great herbal stress/sleep aid which is relatively inexpensive. As such I'd recommend it as a safe alternative to addictive pharmaceutical solutions for stress and related conditions.

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Perceived Effectiveness  
 
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Lack of side effects (tolerability)  
 
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Ease of use  
 
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Value for money  
 
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Would you recommend? 
 
8.0
Maff Reviewed by Maff November 15, 2007
Last updated: July 29, 2009
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One of the most effective stress-reducing herbs

I've used Relora on and off for a couple of years now at times when I am particular stressed and really need something to help me cope with it. At a dose of 250mg 3 times per day it is very effective for this.

When taking Relora the effects become noticeable pretty quickly, after around 24 hours. I usually only use it for a period of about a month at a time but the effects do seem to gradually increase the longer I take it.

I have taken benzodiazepines such as Valium for stress and anxiety in the past and the effects from Relora are very similar to those from these drugs. Both provide a feeling of nerves being calmed but do tend to leave you feeling a little drowsy and foggy. This is perhaps just a sign that the dose needs adjustment however. Perhaps as a result of this effect Relora helps me get off to sleep and stay asleep throughout the night.

This is a great herbal stress/sleep aid which is relatively inexpensive. As such I'd recommend it as a safe alternative to addictive pharmaceutical solutions for stress and related conditions.

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