When your nerves are on edge, reach for Worry Not. This handy spray works to reduce feelings of anxiousness and worry with a supportive blend of amino acids, B vitamins and herbs. It features key ingredients known for their relaxing properties, such as lemon balm, lavender, magnolia bark and passion flower, and comes in a tasty strawberry and vanilla flavour. With no side-effects, it’s ideal for use before interviews, meetings or during stressful situations to aid a relaxed disposition.
Thiamin (B1) 0.4mg (36% NRV*) Niacin (B3) 4.8mg (30% NRV) Vitamin B6 1mg (71% NRV) Folic acid 60µg (30% NRV) Vitamin B12 3µg (120% NRV) Pantothenic acid 3.6mg (60% NRV) Theanine 2mg Herbal extract (Lavender, Lemon Balm, Passionflower, Magnolia Bark) 5mg *NRV = Nutrient Reference Value
8 sprays in mouth as and when required. Do not exceed recommended daily intake. Approx. 1 month’s supply. On first use you may need to press the pump several times to start flow.
Avoid contact with eyes. Store in a cool, dry, steam free environment out of reach of children. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
5 From 1 review(s)
By Mrs B - 09 December 2015
This is a brilliant product and I will never be without it. I have anxiety attacks from time to time. I do Recognise the symptoms when an attack is about to start and I use the spray straight away, within 10 minutes all the symptoms have disappeared. Thank you Higher Nature for a wonderful product. J.
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