October 22, 2013 — The effects of nervous system discomfort experienced on a daily basis — whether from stress, overwork, or exercise — sometimes makes it more difficult for the body to get through what the day brings. Nervagesic, a new product introduced by MediHerb, is a gentle, effective formulation designed to provide natural relief for nervous system discomfort.*
Nervagesic offers a therapeutic blend of California poppy, Jamaican dogwood and Corydalis herbs. This herbal combination contains many important compounds including alkaloids, isoflavonoids, and other flavonoids. Specifically designed for adults dealing with muscle cramps, physical tension and discomfort, Nervagesic can help:
- Promote relaxation in the nervous system and muscles
- Enhance the ability to relax during the night
- Provide relief from occasional sleeplessness
- Relieve muscular cramping*
“MediHerb meticulously tests the raw materials used in the products, to deliver an efficacious product that provides the best possible outcomes,” says clinician Kerry Bone, co-founder of MediHerb and director of research. “The traditional herbal combination in Nervagesic fills a much-needed gap in my clinical choices for addressing nervous system discomfort in my patients.”
California poppy and corydalis are time-honored Chinese herbs used traditionally to promote healthy nervous tissue. Jamaican dogwood is valued for its calming effect on muscles and its soothing effects when feeling emotionally out of balance.1-6*
Source: Standard Process
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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