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Seredyn, produced by BioNeurix Corporation, is marketed as a natural remedy used to treat anxiety, stress and insomnia. Utilizing 3 active ingredients, including two plant extracts and an amino acid, the makers claim to be able to reduce the symptoms of chronic anxiety, stress and fatigue. The product is a counterpart to another produced by the same company, Amoryn, which is aimed more towards patients who are seeking relief from depression, as well as anxiety. The makers claim it is safe to use both remedies at the same time. Because both Seredyn and Amoryn are natural remedies derived from plants, neither products are FDA approved, and are available without a prescription.

Active ingredients

  • L-Theanine: An amino acid found in green tea.
  • Passion flower: A plant extract, Passiflora incarnata, claimed to reduce symptoms of anxiety.
  • Valerian: A plant extract, Valeriana officinalis, used as a sedative and relaxant.

Possible side effects

Due to the possible sedative effects of this agent, patients just starting a regimen of Seredyn should be careful about operating a vehicle or operating machinery until one is familiar with the possible side effects, which include:

  • Drowsiness
  • Fatigue
  • Stomach Upset
  • Headache
  • Increased sensitivity to sedative drugs
  • Low blood pressure
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