Safety

Safety Clinical Safety Study: A RCT evaluation of 25mg of Sceletium Tortuosum in 36 healthy adult volunteers over a 12 week period. – Sceletium Tortuosumwas safe and well tolerated– Unsolicited positive effects reported on mood, stress, and anxiety In vivo: no chronic toxicity 90 day study at 70 mg/kg per day In

Interesting Facts

Interesting Facts Historically, at least as far back as the 17th century, the Little Karoo and Namaqualand were inhabited by nomadic African groups of Khoi and San. Though there are a number of cultural similarities and differences between Khoi and San, the utilization of Sceletium species appears to be one

History Of Sceletium Tortuosum

History Of Sceletium Tortuosum Sceletium Tortuosum can be used in healing depression, including major depressive disorder, anxiety, social phobia, and low libido. It is also used to facilitate the psycho therapeutic process and for support in alcoholism rehabilitation and smoking cessation. History of use Sceletium tortuosum has one of the

New Clinical Trial Uses fMRI to Demonstrate Stress Reduction after Acute Administration of Sceletium

New Clinical Trial Uses fMRI to Demonstrate Stress Reduction after Acute Administration of Sceletium Study is the First to Test the Activity of Sceletium tortuosum on Brain Activity and the First to Study the Effects of a Dual PDE4 and 5-HT Reuptake Inhibitor in Humans PLT Health Solutions, Inc. and

Exploding head syndrome, stress and Sceletium Tortuosum

Exploding head syndrome, stress and Sceletium Tortuosum Do you suffer from Exploding head syndrome? No, this is not a joke. Exploding head syndrome is a rare form of hypnagogic (the period of drowsiness immediately preceding sleep) auditory hallucination in which the person experiences a loud bang or explosion in their

Scared S***Less? Sceletium Tortuosum

Scared S***Less? Sceletium Tortuosum Sceletium & devil’s Claw bring focus back to Africa Sceletium Tortuosum and anxiety. Did you know that 26% of adults have left over fears from scary movies in their childhood? When someone says that some movie scared the Sh*t out of them they are not just

Acute Effects of Sceletium Tortuosum

Acute Effects of Sceletium Tortuosum a Dual 5-HT Reuptake and PDE4 Inhibitor, in the Human Amygdala and its Connection to the Hypothalamus David Terburg1,2,5, Supriya Syal2,3,5, Lisa A Rosenberger¹, Sarah Heany², Nicole Phillips², Nigel Gericke4, Dan J Stein² and Jack van Honk1,2 ¹Department of Psychology, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands²Department

Moving beyond Hoodia

Moving beyond Hoodia Sceletium & devil’s Claw bring focus back to Africa Do exotic plants from Africa offer the alluring promise of improved health for consumers in the developed world? You betcha. With long histories of usage by indigenous peoples, many of these plants have documented and attractive me­dicinal properties

Depressed? Six Points to Think About

DEPRESSED? SIX POINTS TO THINK ABOUT Feeling sad every now and then is a fundamental part of the human experience, especially during difficult or trying times. But, persistent feelings of sadness, anxiety, hopelessness, disinterest . . . in people and activities once enjoyed may be symptoms of depression. Depression is

Sceletium Tortuosum, Doctor Prescribed and Stress

Sceletium Tortuosum, Doctor Prescribed and Stress Though in modern times stress gets a bad rap, back in the day stress actually served a purpose, to protect us. It geared us up for any potentially harmful situation. When we were threatened our adrenal system started pumping and we become hyper vigilant—acutely

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