Swisse Ultiboost Mood is a comprehensive formula containing premium quality ingredients to help regulate mood and relieve nervous tension, irritability and mild anxiety. Swisse Ultiboost Mood includes the herb St. John’s wort to help support emotional balance and positive mood. Swisse Ultiboost Mood is calming to the nerves and helps to normalise the body’s response to stress.
Directions for use
One-two tablets daily during or immediately after a meal, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Store below 30°C. Do not use if cap seal is broken.
Use only as directed and see your healthcare professional if symptoms persist. Vitamins should not replace a balanced diet. St John’s Wort affects the way many prescription medicines work, including the oral contraceptive pill. Consult your doctor. Phenylketonurics are warned that this product contains phenylalanine. No added lactose, yeast, gluten, preservatives, artificial colours and flavours.
Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans
SWISSE ULTIBOOST MOOD contains:
|Vitamin B6||20.57mg||(pyridoxine 20.57 mg from pyridoxine hydrochloride 25 mg)|
|Vitamin B12||25mcg||(cyanocobalamin 25 mcg)|
STANDARDISED EXTRACTS EQUIVALENT TO:
|St John's wort||2.25g||(Hypericum perforatum dry flowering herb top, hypericin 1.13 mg)|
|Siberian ginseng||150mg||(Eleutherococcus senticosus root, syringaresinol diglucosides 89 mcg)|
|Ginkgo||250mg||(Ginkgo biloba leaf, ginkgo flavonglycosides 1.2 mg, ginkgolides & bilobalide 300 mcg).|
EXTRACTS EQUIVALENT TO DRY:
|Schizandra||150mg||(Schizandra chinensis fruit)|
How long does Swisse Ultiboost Mood take to work?
It generally takes around two to four weeks for the effects of Swisse Ultiboost Mood to be noted, however this depends on the individual.
Is Swisse Ultiboost Mood gluten free?
Yes! Swisse Ultiboost Mood contains no added gluten.
Is Swisse Ultiboost Mood suitable for those on other medications?
This depends on the medication. St John’s Wort can interact with the way in which many medications work within the body. For this reason, if you are currently taking other medications, we recommend that you consult with your primary health care provider or the Swisse Customer Service team on 1800 794 773 for further information.
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