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Tremor Soothe

Calm Involuntary Tremors, Shaking, and Muscle Spasms With Our All-Natural Supplement

Tremor Soothe

Calm Involuntary Tremors, Shaking, and Muscle Spasms With Our All-Natural Supplement


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This all-natural tincture blends lemon balm, lavender, and passionflower, herbs known for their calming properties, to help relieve involuntary muscle spasms, shaking hands, twitches, and tremors, also referred to as familial tremors. These herbs help soothe your nervous system without the use of over-the-counter drugs, controlling muscle spasms safely and effectively without harmful side effects. Mix 20 drops of this lemony-tasting tincture in water, and take three times daily for the best results. Works quickly to bring harmony and balance to your brain and nervous system. Non-habit-forming. 2 oz. bottle.

  • Works quickly to calm and balance the nervous system
  • 100% safe, non-addictive herbal-based remedy
  • Concentrated tincture with a great lemony flavor

Promotes a calmed mood and relieves muscle spasms, shaking hands, twitches, and tremors quickly in a concentrated, easy-to-take herbal-based tincture.

Tremor Soothe

Safety Warnings

Safety during pregnancy and breastfeeding not established.

Ingredients

Proprietary Formula: Lemon Balm (leaves), Lavender (flower),
Passionflower (aerial parts)
Other Ingredients: Vegetable Glycerin, Deionized Water

Care

Dilute 20 drops in a small glass of water and sip slowly or drop directly into the mouth 3 times a day.

Specifications

Shelf Life: 2yrs

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My Mom Loves It My 78 year old mother has been bothered by tremors for years. I sent this to her hoping that it might help. She loves it and has asked me to send her more. May 8, 2014
I'm disappointed This product doesn't seem to be helping my husband at all. His tremors have not subsided one bit. March 28, 2013
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