Manliness TRANQUILO is an all-natural formula to help men battle an increasingly familiar health issue today…anxiety. Sometimes we don’t even realize we are living with anxiety because symptoms have been there for so long. And some have more problematic symptoms of anxiety such as panic attacks, post-traumatic stress, and social anxiety.
Manliness TRANQUILO is all-natural so you won’t have the side effects of a prescription drug. Many people have seen improvement with this natural alternative to drugs. Not only do some see an improvement in stress but they find an energy boost and greater cognitive health.
- Stress Management
- Supports Nerve Health
- Fights Exhaustion
- Sleep Aid
- Natural Supplement
About the product
Manliness TRANQUILO was formulated to help men fight fatigue and anxiety. Today’s world can be hectic and Manliness Tranquilo may be just the answer to calm things down….and get your life back in focus.
Manliness TRANQUILO: An all-natural formula to help fight stress, support nerve health, aid sleep support and more!
NON-GMO, NATURAL: Manliness Products uses quality, natural ingredients in all of our products. They are manufactured in a GMP-certified facility in the United States and FDA registered. Only the highest quality ingredients are used in the manufacturing process and strict quality control to ensure you receive the best product.
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Vitamin B1: Vitamin B1, called thiamin or thiamine, is essential for glucose metabolism and important in nerve, muscle, and heart function. In addition to diabetes pain management, this type of vitamin can be used for boosting the immune system; preventing cervical cancer and providing protection from disease progression in patients with a condition called type-2 diabetes.
Vitamin B2: Vitamin B2, or riboflavin, is one of eight essential vitamins for human health. The body can only store small amounts of these vitamins and they are depleted rapidly.
Vitamin B2 is necessary for breaking down proteins, fats and carbohydrates. This helps the body maintain an energy supply, converting food into adenosine triphosphate which produces ATP vital to storing energy in muscles.
Vitamin B5: Vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid and vitamin B5, is a popular supplement for many different conditions. It has wide-ranging effects including treating dietary deficiencies to improving athletic performance.
Vitamin B6: Vitamin B6 helps with protein, fat, and carbohydrate metabolism, and the production of red blood cells and neurotransmitters. It is important to get vitamin B6 from your diet or supplements because we cannot produce it on our own.
Adding a little iron to your diet can have many benefits including improved mood, reduced depression symptoms, prevention of Alzheimer’s disease, and improved memory.
Niacin: Niacin, also known as Vitamin B3 and one of eight B vitamins, plays a role in converting the food we eat into energy. It helps the body to use proteins and fats, and it keeps the skin, hair, and nervous system healthy. Other possible benefits stem from its potential cholesterol-lowering properties as well as antioxidative activity.
Biotin: Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin that’s a part of the vitamin B family and is needed by enzymes in the body to break down certain substances, as well as in maintaining hair, skin and nails.
Calcium Carbonate: The body requires calcium for healthy bones, muscles, a functioning nervous system and to beat an irregular heart. Calcium carbonate is also used as an antacid to relieve the symptoms of acid reflux or indigestion.
Magnesium Oxide: Magnesium oxide is a type of magnesium that has many health benefits. When used regularly, it can help boost low magnesium levels, relieve muscle pain and bone aches, manage depression, treat fatigue and more!
Zinc Oxide: Zinc oxide is commonly used to treat a variety of skin conditions, including dermatitis as well as itching due to eczema. It can be found in products such as baby powder and barrier creams for treating diaper rashes.
Zinc oxide also has many antioxidant properties which prevent free radicals from causing damage within cells.
Potassium Gluconate: Potassium is an essential mineral needed for your body to function. Approximately 70% of the potassium found throughout the world lives inside your cells and plays a crucial role in many functions within your body, including nerve transmission, muscle contraction, and water balance.
Rhodiola Ext Sal 1% HPLC, Lutein 5%: Rhodiola is a plant used for many conditions. Rhodiola is used to increase energy, endurance, strength, and mental capacity. It is also sometimes called an “adaptogen” because it can help the body adapt to physical stress resulting from chemical exposure or environmental factors like pollutants according to some studies.
Ashwagandha: Ashwagandha is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda, a form of alternative medicine based on Indian principles of natural healing. Ashwagandha has been used for over 3,000 years to relieve stress and increase energy levels as well as improve concentration.
Chamomile: Chamomile is an herb that comes from the daisy-like flowers of the Asteraceae plant family and has been used in natural remedies for centuries. Chamomile tea contains many free radical fighting antioxidants that have been linked to lowering your risk of a number of diseases, including heart disease and cancer. Chamomile has properties that may help with gastrointestinal disorders and asthma.
GABA: GABA is a neurotransmitter that inhibits impulses between nerve cells in the brain, and low levels of GABA may be linked to mental disorders like anxiety and mood disorders, epilepsy, chronic pain. Researchers suspect this compound boosts people’s mood or has a relaxing effect on the nervous system.
Lemon Balm: Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is an herb from the mint family. It is best known for its sleep- and digestive-enhancing properties, as well as its use in Carmelite water – a popular alcoholic tonic originated by nuns of the 14th-century Carmelite order.
Skullcap: Skullcap is not to be confused with death caps, which are poisonous mushrooms. Various parts of skullcaps—their roots and leaves, for example—have been traditionally used in Chinese and Native American medicine to treat a variety of ailments, ranging from diarrhea to chronic pain.
Hawthorn: Hawthorn berries, also called hawberry in some areas, are tiny fruits that grow on trees and shrubs belonging to the Crataegus genus. It’s known as an herbal remedy for digestive problems (including ulcers), heartburn, and high blood pressure.
Bacopa (Brahmi): Bacopa monnieri, also called brahmi, is a staple plant in traditional Ayurvedic medicine that thrives underwater and is common in aquariums. It has been used by Ayurvedic medical practitioners for centuries for various purposes such as improving memory and reducing anxiety among other benefits. In fact, research shows that bacopa may be as effective as the commonly prescribed drug levodopa for treating Parkinson’s disease.
Magnolia: Magnolia is a flowering tree used for medicinal purposes in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean traditional medicine. It has been used to promote sleep and relaxation as well as to treat allergies and asthma among other conditions.
Magnolia has many uses for lowering stress and anxiety, aiding sleep, and making people more relaxed.
Passion Flower: There are 500+ known species of Passiflora plants. Some studies suggest certain types may have medicinal benefits. For example, Passiflora incarnata is helpful for treating anxiety and insomnia sufferers. Spanish explorers learned about it from Peruvian natives in South America. In Europe, P. incarnata has been used to treat restlessness and other nervous disorders, and in ADHD patients. It’s sedative’ effects are a result of the flavonoid glycosides and sedatives it contains.
Valerian: Valerian is an herb, native to parts of Europe and Asia. It can also be found in North America and it is most often used for sleep disorders (insomnia), usually as a medicinal tea. Valerian is also orally ingested for anxiety and psychological stress, but there is limited scientific research on these uses. The reason why this plant does not have scientific backing is that most of the benefits and uses are derived from their anecdotal qualities. The effectiveness of Valerian comes from its ability to act as a mild sedative, antispasmodic (muscle relaxant) and anti-inflammatory drug.
L-Theanine: L-theanine is an amino acid found in tea leaves and small amounts in Bay Bolete mushrooms. Many people take L-theanine to reduce stress without drowsiness.
Oat Straw (Avena Sativa) 20:1: Oats can improve a wide variety of moods, making them an ideal medicine for tired animals looking to invigorate themselves or depressed humans who need some help.
Mucuna Pruriens 14% HPLC: Mucuna pruriens, a natural L-dopa-containing species, is also known for its protein content and use in food. Since it is used as a treatment for Parkinsonism and an aphrodisiac in both modern and traditional systems of medicine.
St John’s Wort:
Hops: The genus name of St. John’s wort also refers to Saint John the Baptist, as this plant blooms only around his feast on the 24th of June each year. This flowering weed is found in many parts of North America and has been used medicinally.
St. John’s wort was observed by doctors that the harvesting of hops resulted in tiredness with a sticky resin excreted from the cut plant blamed for this effect. Modern scientists have identified hops as creating mildly sedative effects which may be used in medicine and healthcare.
Griffonia Seed Ext 5-HTP: 5-HTP, also known as oxitriptan and tryptophan, is a chemical byproduct of the protein building block L-tryptophan. It is also synthesized commercially from the seed of an African plant known as Griffonia simplicifolia. 5-HTP can be used for sleep disorders such as insomnia and jet lag, as well as for clinical depression and similar conditions.
In addition to its use by the brain, 5-HTP is also a precursor chemical in the synthesis of melatonin (which regulates sleep cycles) and certain hormones like serotonin that are active throughout your body. In fact, an estimated 90% of our bodies’ serotonin is produced in the gut by intestinal cells called enterochromaffin cells.
For most people, supplementing with 5-HTP will begin to take a noticeable effect within several days. Dosages of 50 mg or above are typically effective for promoting feelings of sleepiness and relaxation, but vary depending on age and other factors.
Inactive Ingredients: Cellulose (Vegetable Capsule), Rice Flour, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take two (2) capsules once a day. For best results take 20-30 min before a meal with an 8oz. a glass of water or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Caution: Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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