- Research studies suggest ingredients in Mood Support may naturally relieve stress and anxiety while giving you a relaxed non-drowsy mood.
- Also beneficial for weight loss, insomnia, improved thinking and a good source of antioxidants.
- Each capsule contains only non-GMO, natural ingredients.
- Certified quality. Vita-Web products are produced in an FDA-approved facility and certified Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). Your purchase has met strict quality and safety standards.
- Backed by our responsive and knowledgeable U.S.A.-based customer support and our solid 90-day money back guarantee.
Item #: GH-801
Availability: In Stock
Bottle Size: 30 capsules per bottle
Serving: 1 capsule per day
Dosage: 656 mg per serving
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What is Mood Support?
Everyone has a bad day, but sometimes people just can’t seem to get out of that “funk,” get over that anxiety, or stop thinking about that stress. Wouldn’t it be great if there was an all natural, safe supplement you could take to help overcome those bad days? Well, our Mood Support is it. It can help you naturally reduce stress and anxiety, which is the number one cause of those bad days. People get stressed out for many different reasons, and anxiety is no different. You may feel anxious for many different reasons, such as, your first time flying or your first day at a new job. Mood Support naturally helps you overcome these anxieties and stressful situations.
Naturally Reduce Stress and Anxiety
Pharmaceutical anti-anxiety medications can have serious side effects and are very difficult to ween off of, even if you’re taking the lowest possible dose. Many doctors will automatically prescribe Zoloft, Prozac, or other medications for anxiety without ever mentioning there are natural stress relief alternatives.
A Safe Source of Natural Anxiety Relief
Vita-Web’s Mood Support is produced in a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved facility in the U.S.A. that is also certified Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). Our strict standards mean you get a safe, quality product.
The Best Mood Supplement Ingredients
Vita-Web uses only pure and natural ingredients, extracted from non-GMO trusted sources. We quality assure not only each batch, but each ingredient in that batch, ensuring you get only the highest quality product.
What Makes Vita-Web’s Mood Support Different?
Aside from our certified manufacturing process, strict quality assurance, the purest natural products, 90-day guarantee, and caring and knowledgeable customer service, Vita-Web is also affordable!
Do not take if you are pregnant or breast feeding, or if you are undergoing chemotherapy, taking lipid-lowering medicines, blood pressure medication, sedatives or stimulants. Sudafed is a stimulant. If you are taking any medications, speak with your doctor before taking. L-theanine alters the effects of some drugs. In rare cases, l-theanine reduces the serotonin levels. Low levels of serotonin can lead to stress and anxiety.
- Acai Fruit
- Panax Ginseng
- Passion Flower
- Lemon Balm
- Other ingredients: gelatin, rice powder, magnesium stearate
As a dietary supplement take one capsule daily with plenty of water.
No reported side effects.
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.
CUSTOMER QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Q: What does l-theanine do?
A: The amino acid L-Theanine is found in the leaves of tea and for medicinal purposes tea has been used for over 5,000 years in China. In comparison, tea as a beverage has been in use about 1,000 years. Tea is such a short and simple name for something that has the ability to improve our body chemistry relaxing, reviving, and rejuvenating us. It can even elevate the mind and change moods. Scientific research tells us these changes are not brought on by caffeine, but other constituents of green tea like l-theanine.
L-theanine blocks the binding of l-glutamic acid to glutamate receptors in the brain which cause stress and how your body reacts/overreacts to stress. This is why l-theanine is a key ingredient in our formula and has been used for this very purpose for thousands of years.
Study after study shows that l-theanine has a direct influence on brain activity, such as relieving stress, anxiety and may also prevent cancers, stroke and help with weight loss. It is increasingly used as an alternative to people who want to cure anxiety naturally. L-theanine is a psychoactive substance. That means it can cross the blood-brain barrier and interact with the brain itself and affect mood, how quickly you think, and how you react.
Q: Is l-theanine safe?
A: Yes, l-theanine is safe. Please read our safety section for more information, as l-theanine does interact with some prescription drugs.
Q: Are green tea and l-theanine the same thing?
A: L-theanine is found in the leaves of tea. The doses of l-theanine studied and found to beneficial with stress relief are higher doses than what you’d find in tea, which is why people turn to l-theanine supplements.
Q: How long does it take to notice effects?
A: Our customers report that they notice the effects shortly after taking the first capsule.
Q: Does this make you feel drugged or drowsy?
A: No, in studies, as well as our own, l-theanine does not cause feelings of drowsiness or being drugged, yet you still feel relaxed. By analyzing brain waves of users taking l-theanine, researchers found that it affects the alpha-brain waves, which is a state of waking relaxation without sleepiness.
Q: Will the supplement l-theanine help with social anxiety?
A: A six-week tea consumption study found that participants that consumed the l-theanine had lower post-stress cortisol and greater subjective relaxation. High amounts of cortisol can lead to weight gain and suppress the auto-immune system leading to disease. Other studies have confirmed that l-theanine may influence psychological and physiological states under stress in a positive way.
The study also found that l-theanine leads to heart rate reduction and salivary immunoglobulin A, responses to an acute stress task.
Q: What is the relaxation amino acid?
A: L-theanine is often called this.
Q: Can’t I just drink tea for relaxation purposes?
A: Tea has many benefits, it also has caffeine which can cause stomach upset if too much is drunk. The doses of l-theanine found to be effective for relaxation and stress relief are greater than those you’ll get in cup of tea. That, plus no known side effects, is why many people turn to l-theanine supplements.
Q: Tea, tablet or capsule?
A: This is a convenient and easy to swallow capsule. You could not get the benefits of this supplement just by drinking tea.
Q: Is it true that l-theanine plus caffeine increases brain power?
A: Yes, taken together, the calming mood improvement of l-theanine combined with the stimulant caffeine, promote improved memory and reaction time.
It’s very important to understand that caffeine is a stimulant and if your goal in using l-theanine is to reduce stress and anxiety, you’ll want to limit, not increase caffeine. Why? Caffeine stimulates the brain, increases heart rate, and boosts stimuli that can cause anxiety.
Q: Does l-theanine regulate blood pressure?
A: People do take l-theanine to help lower blood pressure. If you are already on a blood pressure medication, do not take l-theanine and consult your doctor. Since l-theanine is know to lower blood pressure, if you are already on a lowering medication, the level may go too low.
Q: Can I take ashwagandha with l-theanine?
A: Yes, in fact, ashwangandha, also known as wisteria, is in our Mood Support along with l-theanine. Together, they are very effective in promotion relaxation and stress reduction.
Q: I read in a health magazine that l-theanine was helpful with relieving stress.
A: Stress releif and l-theanine have been the focus of many studies. L-theanine has been found to have anti-stress effects, reduce heart rate, and help with relaxation.
Q: Can l-theanine help with ADHD?
A: People are turning to l-theanine as a natural way to reduce hyperactivity from ADHD because it promotes relaxation and increases the level of dopamine. Talk to your doctor first before adding l-theanine to your ADHD regimine.
Q: Can l-theanine be combined with 5 Hour Energy?
A: This is not recommended due to the many strong side effects of 5-Hour Energy.
Q: Is l-theanine addictive?
A: L-theanine increases the level of the neurotransmitter, dopamine. Normally, dopamine is released by the brain as a reward. It’s that “feel good” sensation. In high doses, people can become addictive to some substances and develop compulsions to experience that dopamine release. However, l-theanine does not give off high doses and is not considered addictive.
Q: What is an amino acid?
A: Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. L-theanine is a water-soluble amino acid.
Q: Is it ok to take a fish oil supplement with l-theanine?
A: Yes, you can take fish oil omega-3s and l-theanine supplements.
Q: L-theanine vs. Kava-Kava
Both are very good at helping with anxiety, nervousness and stress. The main difference between these two is L-Theanine does not cause drowsiness like Kava-Kava does. If that is an issue with you, switch from the roots of Kava-Kava (which is the most powerful) to the leaves. Kava-Kava is as safe as a cup of coffee.
Q: Does l-theanine interfere with benzos like Ativan or Ambien?
A: If you are on any prescription medication, always consult with your doctor before taking any supplement. There can be inherent risks and problems with combining ingredients.
Q: What is l-theanine good to take for?
A: It is good for anti-anxiety, anti-stress, relaxation without drowsiness, improved mood and thinking, and tranquility.
Q: Which types of teas contain l-theanine?
A: Black and green teas.
Q: I read taking rhodiola rosea and l-theanine together helps with anxiety and depression. Can I take both?
A: Yes you can as our product has both ingredients.
Q: What can be the bad side effects of using l-theanine supplements?
A: No side effects have been reported.
Q: Does l-theanine have caffeine in it?
A: No. L-theanine and caffeine are both constituents of Japanese green and black tea, but they are not the same thing.
Q: Can I take 5-htp together with l-theanine?
A: It is not recommended that you take these two supplements together.
Q: Is L-theanine the same as theanine?
A: Yes. L-theanine is also called 2-Amino-4- (ethylcarbamoyl) Butyric Acid, 5-N-ethylglutamine, Gamma-glutamylethylamide, L-Theanine, L-Théanine, N-Éthyl-L-Glutamine, Teanina, Théanine.
Q: Does l-theanine increase GABAs?
A: Gamma-Amino-Butyric Acid, or GABA, is an acid that limits the function of neurons in the brain. It can also inhibit them. This is beneficial for a relaxed state. Research has shown that l-theanine does increase the production of GABAs, which promote relaxation.