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GT Calm is a proven very effective all natural anti-anxiety amino acid formula containing a potent combination of L-Theanine, Taurine, Phenibut and Magnesium. This formulation has an anxiolytic effect on the brain and body without the sluggish or drowsy s

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Indications

GT Calm may be a useful dietary supplement for individuals suffering from tension & anxiety.



Formula

Serving Size: 3 Capsules (90 capsules per bottle)

Taurine............................................................................ 500mg

Phenibut.......................................................................... 300mg

L-Theanine....................................................................... 200mg

Magnesium Malate............................................................. 100mg



Suggested Use

Adults take 3 capsules per day as needed or as directed by your health care provider



Side Effects

Warning: If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or if you are taking any prescription medication, consult a physician prior to use. Excessive consumption may impair ability to drive or operate heavy machinery. Not recommended for use with alcoholic beverages.

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