Valerian Root enhances the message relay of neurotransmitters in the body. It has an effect similar to Benzodiazepine drugs, but carries none of the potential side effects.
Clinical studies have demonstrated the herb’s ability to improve blood circulation in the brain and reduce muscle spasms. In studies, it has also demonstrated its ability to improve the effectiveness of Valerian Root.
Five percent of Americans are folic acid deficient. Hand, arm and body tremors are a few of the main side effects. When folic acid was added to Tremadone, success rates climbed by 10 percent.
B-2 with Riboflavin
B-2 with Riboflavin plays a vital role in metabolism and helps the body absorb the ingredients in the Tremadone formula. Without it, many of the beneficial vitamins and nutrients would simply pass through the body before being absorbed.
B-12 with Methylcobalamin
Groups who are most prone to B-12 deficiency — vegetarians, alcoholics and people who suffer from fibromyalgia — also have a higher risk of tremors.
In clinical studies, Passion Flower has performed as well as Oxazepam in reducing tremors influenced by anxiety. Though often underreported, generalized anxiety disorder impacts a considerable portion of people suffering from tremors.
GABA is an inhibitory neurotransmitter, which means it regulates the firing of neurons in the brain. If your body doesn’t produce enough GABA, it results in tense muscles, rapid thoughts and tremors.