I love the way the site says it's herbal/vitamin based but then goes on to say in big letters, don' take more than two a day 'cos it's dangerous!
More seriously, I wasn't just asserting that this kind of thing didn't work - the link was to an example of the scientific research which shows it doesn't..... or at least no better than a placebo. If this does work then it'll be not only the quickest way for the makers to get rich in recorded history, it'll also be the undoing of a great deal of the pharmacutical industry!
Don't get me wrong, I'm not knocking it totally, 'cos like I say, "whatever works" (and as someone who uses accipuncture and homeophathy I'm not going to demand that I understand how something works before I accept that it's real!) - I'm just a tad sceptical that something which works as well as this hasn't been, errr... well... hasn't been a bit "bigger" if you see what I mean.
Could it be that, rather like Dumbo's magic feather, it works because we think
Dr Simon Raybould
PS: Another reason I'm so sceptical is 'cos as part of my training as a trainer of presenters
I spent some time understanding the bio-chem of stress responses and for the life of me, or the other doctors I've mentioned this to, I can't figure out how something like this could
work! It would need to suppress certain stress-chem receptors but not others in a way I can't conceive of.... but it's not my area of speciality, so I could be waaay of base here!
PPS: looking more at the contents, it seems to me more and more like your "standard health/vitamin drink" with a special marketing angle. On that basis, it'll probalby do you good but no more so than healthy diet and exercise!