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I was on this website and found a link for this product called seredyn. I looked everywhere for blogs or "testimonials" but can't find anything that doesn't make it seem like a hoax. I'm wondering if anyone on here has tried it and if so could give me a little idea if it works or doesn't work. I'm looking for more than a link back to their website. I haven't been diagnosed with SA so i can't do prescriptions. If there are any other suggestions on nonprescriptions it would be greatly appreciated!
 

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It took about 15 seconds but:
It's a combination of:
L-Theanine
Passion Flower
Valerian
Niacinamide
Magnesium

If you have hardcore stress or anxiety, it probably won't do much at all. I really don't know too many people who have been cured(or responded fantastically) from non-prescription homeopathic remedies. The ones I know that have, generally had very minor, temporary depression or anxiety anyways.
 

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i realize most OTC drugs or remedies arent going to help any severe problems. But since ive never been to a therapist of any kind theres no way i can tell how much help i need. Im just looking for something that will aleviate minor symptoms. I think maybe even the placeabo effect will work with any kind of minor anxiety help. any suggestions?
 

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The only OTC supplement I have taken that works is Phenibut. It can only be used once a week or so, because tolerance develops very quickly. I have only taken it a few times, but it worked like a charm. Around a gram or so and you will be golden.
 

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I've taken Seredyn and it definitely helps. I take it for general anxiety and days when I'm really stressed. It works wonders in terms of helping me to become more calm and relaxed - especially on days when I feel like I'm can't handle the world. I just feel better about taking Seredyn vs. a prescription medication. I also think it's nice that I can take Seredyn whenever I need it vs. being forced to take something everyday.

Hopefully this helps. :)
 
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