Whether taking an important exam, heading out on a driving test or completing a big project, Concentration Support has been formulated to help you feel more focused. These effervescent tablets dissolve in water, creating a tasty lemon and lime drink that can be taken during times of stress. Containing vitamin B5, vitamins B3, B6 and B12, choline, arginine and theanine, this formula helps reduce tiredness, aids mental performance and contributes to the normal function of the nervous system.
One tablet typically provides: Niacin 20mg, Vitamin B6 10mg, Folic Acid 50µg, Vitamin B12 10µg, Pantothenic Acid 25mg, Choline 200mg, Arginine 100mg, Theanine 100mg, Acetyl L-carnitine 50mg
Children over 13 years, and adults, take one tablet a day or as your health professional advises. Add to water; dissolves gently. Do not exceed recommended daily intake. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Store in a cool, dry, steam free environment out of reach of children. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Not advisable if pregnant or taking warfarin. This amount of vitamin B6 may lead to mild tingling and numbness.
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