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HealthLabs ChillMe is a dietary supplement that contains a unique combination of natural plant extracts. The carefully selected composition of the ingredients helps to soothe the nerves, promotes a good mood, and increases the body's resistance to stress factors.
The extract from Tulsi leaves - an aromatic, perennial shrubby plant originating from India, belonging to the Lamiaceae family. In Ayurveda, it is referred to as the Holy Basil or the Queen of Herbs, which refers to its unique properties. Holy basil leaves are traditionally used to increase vitality and support a healthy response to stress (both mental and physical).
Ashwagandha Extract - extract from the root of Ashwagandha, also known as the winter cherry or Indian ginseng, belonging to the Solanaceae family. It grows in the Mediterranean region, Africa and South America. Products based on green tea have found a permanent application in Ayurvedic medicine as adaptogens, neutralizing the effects of stress and increasing vitality.
Green tea extract is an extract from the low-processed, unfermented leaves of Camellia Sinesis, popularly known as Chinese tea, a plant of the Theaceae family, which grows in tropical and subtropical climates, mainly in Asia. Rich in numerous compounds, especially polyphenols, Chinese tea leaves have antioxidant properties, and the amino acid L-theanine contained in them has an anti-stress and calming effect without causing sluggishness.
To sum up, HealthLabs ChillMe is ideal for busy people, exposed to excessive stress, and looking for a natural way to relieve stress and just feel better.
Take 2 capsules daily.
HealthLabs is a new brand of dietary supplements that has challenged the leading competitors on the market and quickly gained a lot of loyal fans. Behind its success is a group of outstanding specialists and nutritionists. Thanks to their extensive knowledge and practical experience, it was possible to develop innovative proprietary formulas, consisting of synergistic compounds. They show very high efficiency, as evidenced by numerous positive opinions and comments from satisfied customers.
Compared to the competition, supplements from HealthLabs are distinguished by excellent quality and exceptional care for the composition. There are free from unnecessary additives and fillers. All preparations are based on natural ingredients obtained from reliable suppliers. What draws attention are high concentrations of ingredients and biologically active, readily absorbed forms. To care for the environment, supplements are packed in glass containers.
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