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Is Theanine Serene safe?

Is Theanine Serene safe?

When taken by mouth: L-theanine is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth, short-term. Doses of up to 900 mg of L-theanine daily have been safely used for 8 weeks. It is unknown if L-theanine is safe when used for longer periods of time. L-theanine may cause mild adverse effects, such as headache or sleepiness.

Can L-theanine be bad for you?

Side effects. Studies have not found side effects from using theanine supplements. Drinking lots of green tea can cause upset stomach and irritability from the caffeine. It’s not clear if using theanine supplements in the long-term is safe.

What are the benefits of theanine serene with Relora?

Serene Science ® Theanine Serene® with Relora® contains the amino acid L-theanine to support relaxation and focused attention, and the calming neurotransmitter GABA. Taurine can support the movement of potassium out of neurons which may help prevent overexcitation of neurons.

What makes up the formula L theanine serene?

At the formula’s core is l-theanine, and it also includes the calming neurotransmitter GABA, as well as taurine, magnesium and holy basil.* GABA is one of the most important neurotransmitters in your brain for filtering out excess “neuronal noise;” taurine is an amino acid that cell culture studies have shown may help support this effect of GABA.

What are the side effects of theanine serene?

It was also reported to improve sleeping patterns, increase activity in the alpha frequency band of the brain (present when the brain is relaxed). The common side effects reported by consumers were a headache, dizziness and gastrointestinal discomfort.

What kind of tea is serene with Relora?

Theanine Serene with Relora is a blend of several active substances, one of which is the amino-acid called Theanine. The substance can be found in high quantities in black and green tea and has been researched extensively for its assumed calming benefits.

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