- Box of 20 SereniT Sceletium Rooibos Tea bags
- Sceletium used is grown organically in Kwa Zulu Natal
- Sceletium is effective in the treatment of anxiety, stress and depression.
- Effective for use as a cognitive enhancer for studying or working for long hours.
- It is believed that Sceletium functions as a natural SSRI – selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
How Sceletium Works
Sceletium works by assisting the brain in optimizing function of serotonin. It does this by processes that work on the 5-HT and PDE-4 receptors of the brain. These two receptors are responsible for the chemicals in our brain that regulate mood, cognition, memory, anxiety and stress.
Place one tea bag in a cup, add freshly boiled water. Leave to draw for 3-5 minutes. Add honey or sugar to taste
Dosage: drink one to four cups of tea per day for best health benefits
One 2.5 gram tea bag contains - 2.4 grams of rooibos and 100 mg of Sceletium Tortuosum
2 out of 2 people would recommend this product14/04/2016, By AnonymousThis product is really amazing! It provides a noticeable change in my mood, energy and general wellbeing. I sleep better and feel more focused and driven at work. Would definitely recommend this product!30/11/2015, By AlexThis tea has a higher content of sceletium that the others FTN stocks, and it is extremely effective for anxiety - after less than a week of having it two or three times a day it has really helped my partner who was having severe anxiety attacks, he was even able to go shopping this weekend which usually is too much for him to bear with the crowds and stress and i can see a difference in him as well. he was sceptical when i got this but the fact that is mixed with rooibos makes it delicious too! even the first cup brought him relief.
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