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LAX Relaxing Agent Biohacking Supplement 40 Servings
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LAX Relaxing Agent Biohacking Supplement Ingredients


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  • 40 Servings
  • 1g GABA
  • 300mg KSM-66
  • 250mg Gotu Kolu
  • $1 per Serving
  • Natural Flavors
  • No Colors or Dyes
  • Non-GMO

Directions for Use:
Mix one serving (1 Scoop) in 8 to 10 ounces of water and consume 30 minutes prior to studying, work, class, business meeting, or sleep. Do not consume more than two servings in a 24-hour period.

  • Decreases stress
  • Reduces cortisol production
  • Increased serotonin levels
  • Alleviates anxiety
  • ZERO drowsiness
  • Enhances recovery
  • Improves mood

Stress is one of the biggest silent killers in today’s society. Stress leads to high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, and at its worst, heart attacks or an early date with the Grim Reaper.

It’s a sad fact that most individual’s walking the earth today are plagued by some sort of chronic stress, and with that comes worries, anxiety, sleepless nights, and an altogether feeling of constantly being on edge. To further compound the matter, it seems that the more successful you are in life, the more pressure (and stress) that gets thrust upon you. More often than not, all of this stress leads to dates with a shrink and a bottle of research chemicals that might treat your symptoms but could just as easily lead to even more anxiety and depression!

LAX is the professional’s nerve tonic. Instead of resorting to prescription pharmaceuticals that may lead to nasty side effects such as muscle weakness, headaches, memory problems, and insomnia, why not use an all-natural herbal remedy to combat cortisol and crush stress for good. LAX promotes relaxation and fosters a sense of calm amidst the turmoil that surrounds you on a daily basis.

All of our products are cGMP Certified (Good Manufacturing Practices) and FDA Regulated. We develop, produce, and package within strict regulations to ensure the highest quality possible. Each and every one of our ingredients has undergone rigorous testing and lab analysis to ensure product identity and purity. When you use Anastasis products, you can 100% trust that the ingedients listed on the label are actually in the product.

Relax Mind

Calm Thoughts

Soothe Nerves

LAX isn’t just for stress either.

Are you plagued by shyness or a general feeling of being “out of sorts” when surrounded by large groups of people? LAX can be your wingman, giving you the confidence boost you need when faced with a swarm of people.

Party a little too hard?

LAX also works as a great cure-all after those hard nights of partying with the gang. The ingredients in LAX help optimize neurotransmitter levels in the brain to promote clear vision and thought, erasing the “brain fog” that almost always comes with late nights on the town.

*If you have been prescribed medication for mental disorders such as major depressive disorder, PTSD, panic disorder, bipolar disorder, etc., please consult your doctor before you attempt to change your medication and/or dosage. Anastasis is not a intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

LAX allows me to power off when I'm ready to shut down for the day.

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GABA is the body’s primary inhibitory (“downer”) neurotransmitter that reduces neuronal excitability throughout the nervous system. Supplementing with GABA helps to increase the amount of alpha waves in the brain which supports a state of “deep relaxation”, helping you to stay calm in the face of stress. Not only is GABA successful at promoting relaxation, but it also reduces anxiety, which is of particular benefit for those struggling to “open up” in more crowded social settings.

Used for thousands of years as a foundational component of Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is a powerful herb that works as a natural anxiolytic. It helps the body deal with all sorts of mental, physical, emotional, and psychological stressors. LAX includes the premier form of Ashwagandha on the market in KSM-66.

Developed Ixoreal over a period of 14 years, KSM-66 is standardized to standardized to 5% withanolides, and what sets it apart from any other ashwagandha extract on the market is that the developers maintain the exact same ratio of compounds in the extract as is naturally found in the ashwagandha plant, making for a more natural, effect supplement.

Ashwagandha has been extensively studied by the research community, and has been shown countless time to reduce stress and anxiety. Some research has shown that the potent botanical is as effective as pharmaceutical-grade anxiolytics, such as benzodiazepines.

Gotu Kola is the ‘equalizer” for the body. It balances acetylcholine levels while also increasing dopamine and serotonin. Also known as centella asiatica, gotu kola has a long history of use in traditional Oriental medicine where it was used to treat various skin conditions including eczema, leprosy, lupus, and varicose ulcers, as well as a number of other ailments such as fever, diarrhea, psoriasis, and fever.

Today, gotu kola has been embraced as a powerful mood elevator / nootropic that promotes a sense of well-being, reduces oxidative stress in the brain, improve cognition, and exerts some neuroprotective benefits too. This ancient Asian remedy increases calmness, contentedness, and alertness and reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Found in tea leaves, L-Theanine is an amino acid renowned for its ability to promote relaxation and induce a state of calm. There’s a reason people are always recommending to drink a cup of warm tea to help relax!

Theanine is an ideal stress reliever, that also offers a number of cognitive and neuroprotective benefits too, helping you stay calm and focused amidst the commotion. Additionally, many out there are utterly addicted to caffeine, whether it be in the form of coffee, energy drinks, or pure caffeine tablets. While caffeine does come with a number of benefits, it can also lead to anxiety, jitters, and insomnia for others. Theanine is the ideal co-pilot to caffeine that helps take the “edge” off of caffeine and actually synergizes with it to promote focus and concentration.

This is yet another reason to drink a cup of tea during the day, as tea leaves are naturally rich in theanine and contain small amounts of caffeine as well!

Phenibut is a GABA derivative that exerts an extremely pronounced sense of relaxation. This mighty nootropic has been used increasingly over the years for its ability to enhance mood, relieve stress, and promote cognitive function. In the brain, phenibut regulates neuronal excitability (similar to GABA), which prevents a hyperactive brain, and it also acts as a GABA-mimetic on the GABA-B receptors, promoting long-lasting calm.

Powerful Nootropic!

Aside from its anxiolytic properties, phenibut is also an extremely powerful nootropic (“smart drug”). Numerous studies have shown that phenibut can enhance cognitive function, leading to improved learning, attention, motivation, and concentration. Plus, the compound also helps protect brain cells against ischemia, stress, and trauma, which can lead to neurological diseases including Alzheimer’s.

Lemon balm is one of the oldest, most popular natural remedies in existence. It has been used for centuries as an herbal medicine to reduce anxiety, improve sleep, heal wounds, and promote longevity. The age-old plant also helps reduce hyperactivity and improves concentration, something that can come in handy during those extremely busy (and crowded) nights on the town!

High is Rosmarinic Acid

The reason lemon balm is so effective in combating feelings of stress and axiety is due to a potent little compound contained within the plant called rosmarinic acid. This polyphenol inhibits GABA transaminase, the enzyme which removes GABA when it’s released by your neurons. By inhibiting GABA transaminase, rosmarinic acid indirectly increases GABA activity in the brain, promoting a sedative or “calming” effect in the body.

5-HTP, is a derivative of the amino acid L-Tryptophan, the stuff in turkey that supposedly makes people sleepy. In the body, 5-HTP get ultimately converted to serotonin, which heightens mood and combats depression. Individuals lacking in this important “happy hormone” often struggle with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, negative thoughts, inmonia and SAD (seasonal affective disorder.

Typically, antidepressant medications, known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), are prescribed to treat these low serotonin levels. However, these pharmaceuticals often are accompanied by adverse side effects and severe withdrawal symptoms. 5-HTP represents an all-natural way to boost serotonin levels, thereby reducing stress and anxiety and providing for a happier and healthier mind and body.

Good for sleep too!

5-HTP can also help you achieve a deeper, more restful sleep. When the body has adequate serotonin production, it uses a portion to create the hormone melatonin, which helps regulate your circadian rhythm. Melatonin helps signal your body it’s time to start winding down for the day and promote a more productive, restorative sleep.gets converted into your body’s natural sleep hormone melatonin.

A perennial, climbing vine, passion flower is known far and wide for its ability to reduce, and potentially eliminate insomnia, anxiety, inflammation, burns, and ADHD. It’s even been used over the year to treat more serious conditions including seizures and high blood pressure. Research has shown that passion flower may be just as effective as synthetic prescription pharmaceuticals for treating anxiety. When faced with this information, it makes you wonder why people resort to expensive (and potentially harmful) prescription drugs at all?!


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