Anxia is an extract of peptides (set of amino acids from oligo peptide type) selected thanks to metagenomics from two main ingredients, White Ginkgo nuts and Sea Cucumbers.
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Anxia is an extract of peptides (set of amino acids from oligo peptide type) selected thanks to metagenomics from two main ingredients :
White Ginkgo nuts whose properties are:
- To improve memory
- To increase oxygen content of all brain cells
- To promote elimination of free radicals in brain
- To regenerate blood vessels mainly in brain (prevention of blood vessels sclerosis) and improve brain functions
- To improve effectively anxiety and insomnia
Sea Cucumbers whose properties are :
- To improve osteoporosis and andropause
- To improve bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress
- To protect the cellular degeneration of the organism and more particularly of the brain
- To reduce oxidative stress in neurons
- Anti-inflammatory anticoagulants / antithrombotics
- To improve mitochondrial functions and development of telomerase (telomeres)
Fulmina now offers Anxia in bottles of 60 tablets of 800 mg at USD 145 for this food supplement made from extracts of biological peptides (oligo peptides).
Take two tablets once a day 30 minutes after dinner or at bedtime
For active results:
Take two tablets twice a day 30 minutes after breakfast and 30 minutes after dinner or at bedtime.
Other tips :
The product is not a drug and does not replace any allopathic medical treatment, it does not involve any danger, toxicity or addiction.
ATTENTION: This product is NOT RECOMMENDED FOR ADULTS UNDER THE AGE OF 14.
It is recommended for people of the THIRD AGE.
IT IS NOT RECOMMENDED for pregnant women or women in the period of breastfeeding.
Links to scientific publications on the properties of Anxia components :
β-Ginkgotides: Hyperdisulfide-constrained peptides from Ginkgo Biloba : https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-06598-x
Neuropeptide precursors and neuropeptides in the sea cucumber Apostichopus Japonicus: a genomic, transcriptomic and proteomic analysis : https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-45271-3