A.Vogel's stress, anxiety and low mood products
Anti-Stress helps with insomnia related to nervous agitation, anxiety and light depression. Works well on improving moods.
Avenaforce helps with insomnia due to burnout or overwork and for those at the end of their rope! Also good for people who claim to be “too tired” to sleep. Helps to recharge the batteries during sleep. Works on the body more than the mind.
Difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep.
Deep Sleep improves quality of sleep. Promotes longer deep sleep and helps to decrease sleep onset time.
This fast acting valerian-hops tincture combination is absorbed as soon as you take it. Deep Sleep is clinically proven1 to improve sound sleep* up to 25%.
Stressful times/Long term effect
Passion Flower is a mild relaxant recommended for adults and children. Helps to relax gradually during stressful periods.
Fatigue, declining capacity for work
Siberian Ginseng contains polysaccharides that have been shown to boost the functioning of the immune system. As this herb also increases energy, it can be helpful for short term crises, such as moving house.
Restlessness, anxiety and depressive moods
St. John's Wort is
the most thoroughly researched herbal plant. Recognized as a treatment
for mild to moderate depression, psychosomatic troubles and anxiety/
depressive symptoms related to menopause. This remedy minimizes feelings
of sadness for thus better sleeping.
High stress level/Short term
Powerful relaxant for insomnia. Also good when stress levels are high. Valerian allows you to reach mental calmness and to quickly reach a deeply relaxed state. Excellent in cases of stress surges.
Caution should be taken in some cases as it may have the opposite effect and act as a stimulant. Not suitable for children.
Fatigue and increased stress
Vital Energy is a unique
blend of plants that acts at three levels: resistance to stress,
balance, and a healthy nervous system. Rapid and long-lasting effectiveness.
1 Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Germany; A double blind randomized placebo-controlled.* Phases III & IV of sleeping, the deepest sleep phases and the most important.
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