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TraumaSoothe Supplement

TraumaSoothe Supplement

A new herbal supplement carefully formulated to nurture the nervous system to ease anxiety and heal insomnia after trauma, or chronic stress.

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Details

60 sugar free capsules to:

  • Balance serotonin levels in the gut
  • Nurture a healthy immune balance
  • Regulate the nervous system
  • Support GABA levels
  • Reduce cortisol levels
  • Relieve anxiety, triggers, and stress
  • Improve energy and sleep

How to Use

1-2 capsules 30-60 minutes before bedtime, or as prescribed by your healthcare practitioner. 

Consult your physician prior to using this product if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition.

Ingredients

Living with the effects of trauma and chronic stress takes a toll on both the mind and body. Each of the 10 herbal ingredients has a purpose and a role in nurturing your nervous system back to equilibrium:

  • L-theanine (50mg) - helps the body return to a state of homeostasis by working alongside serotonin to nurture the nervous system into a state of calm and rest.4
  • Gaba (100mg) - helps to calm the central nervous system, reducing anxiety and stress while improving the quality of sleep.1
  • Melatonin (2mg) – softens the body into a state of restorative rest by working alongside serotonin to nurture nervous system regulation.2,9
  • Ashwagandha (100mg) - helps relieve restlessness and anxiety while enhancing overall mood by boosting GABA and serotonin levels in the body.6
  • Hops Extract (20mg) - nurtures the nervous system into a state of calm and rest by boosting GABA, serotonin, and melatonin levels in the gut.3
  • California Poppy (80mg) - soothes and regulates the nervous system by increasing GABA and serotonin levels in the gut.7
  • Valerian Extract (150mg) - enhances mood and promotes restorative sleep by increasing GABA production and serotonin interaction.5,8
  • Vitamin B6 (10mg) - promoting brain health and improving mood by boosting GABA, serotonin, and dopamine. 10, 11, 12 
  • 5 HTP (50mg) - improves mood by increasing serotonin levels. 13

Magnesium (100mg) - helps to regulate the nervous system and boost brain function and mood. 14

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Meaningful Feedback

“Even my clients who I have tried everything with, TraumaSoothe has helped them to sleep better, sleep longer, and feel more refreshed when they wake up”

Dr. Vanessa Ruiz, Naturopathic Physician, USA

Frequently Asked Questions

What is your refund policy?

Unused and unopened items can be returned within 30 days of the delivery date for a refund in the United States. Refunds will be issued only to the original payment method, and shipping fees are non-refundable.

Customers are eligible for refunds by contacting us via email at support@rewiretherapy.org within 30 days of their purchase. A 5% deduction from the total purchase price will be applied to cover administration and processing fees.

How does the TraumaSoothe subscription work?

When you click on the product, you’ll be given the option to subscribe, see below monthly subscription breakdown: 

  • One Bottle Subscription - One bottle every month 
  • Three Bottle Subscription  - Three bottles every three months
  • Six Bottle Subscription -  Six bottles every six months.

What if I try the product and don't like it?

If you have opened and used a product that did not work for you, please contact our team within 30 days of your delivery date to explore the most suitable options for you. We are committed to assisting you and finding a resolution that works best.

How long will I wait for TraumaSoothe to arrive?

You can expect to receive your package within 5-7 working days from your purchase date. Should you not receive your package within that timeframe, we kindly ask that you email us at info@traumasoothe.org for us to follow up.

Can I take TraumaSoothe in place of prescription drugs?

We advise you to consult your medical practitioner or provider if you are seeking medical advice or treatment. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent diseases. Please note for individuals with any medical conditions - we advise you to consult your medical practitioner or provider before using this supplement. Please note that clinical trials to test the efficacy of this supplement have not been conducted.

Can I take TraumaSoothe instead of seeking therapy?

TraumaSoothe is not intended to replace trauma treatment or therapy. It is a holistic tool that we suggest using in conjunction with other therapeutic modalities. TraumaSoothe can, therefore, be used to help ease trauma-related symptoms while enhancing your capacity to engage in your trauma healing process.

If I am not traumatized by any one experience but I’m looking to improve my overall mood and mental health, is TraumaSoothe right for me?

Yes - TraumaSoothe was developed to support the regulation of the nervous and immune systems and promote healthy serotonin levels to help improve sleep quality, ease anxiety, and enhance overall mood, which can all support you in improving your mental health and overall well-being.

Supplemental facts:

We advise you to consult your medical practitioner or provider if you are seeking medical advice or treatment. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent diseases. Please note for individuals with any medical conditions - we advise you to consult your medical practitioner or provider before using this supplement. Please note that clinical trials to test the efficacy of this supplement have not been conducted.

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