CortAlign™

CortAlign™

Supports Resistance to Everyday Stress*

90 Tablets ( SKU: 9300U )

Benefits

  • Helps to temporarily promote relaxation*
  • Supports resistance to everyday stress and fatigue*
  • Herbal formula, no glandular extracts
  • Standardized herbal ingredients have 5% withanolides (ashwagandha), 1.5% honokiol (magnolia), and 0.1% berberine (phellodendron)
  • Suitable for vegetarians

Feature Summary

CortAlign has a variety of botanicals and nutrients to temporarily promote relaxation and support resistance to everyday stress and fatigue.* CortAlign may help maintain cortisol secretion within the normal range.* Ashwagandha helps promote relaxation and support resistance to occasional stress due to adaptogenic modulation of GABA receptors.*1,2  The KSM-66 formulation of ashwagandha specifically may help maintain serum cortisol levels within the normal range, facilitating relaxation, and a healthy stress response.*3

 

The combination of magnolia and phellodendron (Relora® blend) supports resistance to everyday stress and fatigue.* Together, they help maintain salivary cortisol levels within the normal range, facilitate healthy stress perception, and support a healthy weight.*4,5  L-theanine (Suntheanine®) also helps promote relaxation, maintain cortisol levels within the normal range, and support a healthy stress response.*6,7 Phosphatidylserine plays a critical role in neuronal cell structure and function, and helps facilitate a healthy stress response, support a healthy mood, and maintain cortisol levels within the normal range.*8,9

Supplement Facts:

Allergens:

Contains no artificial colors, preservatives, or sweeteners; no sugar, wheat, gluten, yeast, soy, egg, fish, shellfish, salt, tree nuts, or GMOs. Suitable for vegetarians.

Dosage:

1 tablet 2 times per day with food or as directed by a health care professional.

Drug Interactions

L-theanine may potentiate the effect of antihypertensives in some individuals.* Theoretically, the herbs present in CortAlign may potentiate the effects of sedative medications such as benzodiazepines or CNS depressants, and should be used with caution when taken concomitantly.*

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  9. Hellhammer, J., Vogt, D., Franz, N., et al. (2014). Lipids Health Dis, 13, 121.