What exactly is it. Im currently trying omega 3 fish oil and a lot of exercise and a heathly diet! But I would really like dat kick in the *** I need to stop this horrible cycle of negative thoughts and anxiety!
Oh and I also tried camolie tea.... I couldnt finish the cup its is DISGUSTING! i was hoping Id like t but I nearly got sick after one sup!
It's not Swiss oaks, it's Swiss oats. The main ingredient is green oats, which is well known for increasing testosterone and for relaxing and regulating the nervous system. It also contains nettles, though I don't really know why. This is usually used, again, to help the male organs, particularly the prostate, and as an antihistamine. It's high in minerals, but hard to see how it would do anything for depression, but it couldn't hurt. And it contains sea buckthorn, which is generally used externally for the skin. I don't know anything about using it internally, but like all sea vegetables it likely is again high in minerals. This formula might be a problem for someone with hyperthyroid, theoretically, or with excess iron, as nettles contains a lot of iron, again theoretically. But all in all, a pretty safe supplement. My only fear is it's proprietary nature from an unknown company, and buying anything at GNC, a company with a poor reputation for selling products high in supplement purity.
Serious this can calm anxiety? When you took it did you feel any side effects...like tiredness or confusion etc like the normal anti-anxiety pills make you feel? Also Paxil would this cause depression to come through to do think? and can you take this while on other med's?
P.s forgot to ask b4 you started taking it was your anxiety mild or severe?
Again, the only active ingredient here applicable to anxiety would be the green oats. They are considered one of the most effective herbs for regulating mood. Usually, because green oats aren't a specific relaxant but rather something that works on the balance of the hormones and nervous system, it takes awhile to work, unlike a specific relaxant such as kava or passionflower. Also, again, herbs are usually used in combination, not singly. But it's certainly worth a try. As for a paradoxical reaction, yes, anything can cause unwanted reactions, including medications. Everyone reacts differently. I had a paradoxical reaction to Xanax. After my bad Paxil withdrawal, I had a paradoxical reaction to almost everything. It's always important to be watchful for unwanted reactions, but hasty decisions can also put us off something that might turn out to be useful once the body gets used to it. This isn't easy.