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    It Starts With the Ingredients

    Our products are always gluten-free, vegan, and free from the top 8 allergens—but that’s not all. We have meticulously curated each and every recipe to find the perfect combination of ingredients that are safe for those with food allergies, healthy AND absolutely delicious.
    Explore the fruits, vegetables, spices and more that make Partake safe and better-for-you products.

    Ingredients

    is a mild sedative that helps to calm your body. The phytochemicals in chamomile bind with GABA receptors, which help reduce brain activity, resulting in an overall calming effect on the central nervous system.

    is a herbal plant that works as a calming stress reliever. Lemon Balm contains rosmarinic acid, which inhibits GABA transaminase, an enzyme that breaks down GABA. This increases GABA levels, which can help us to fall asleep faster with fewer nighttime awakenings.

    brings contentment, the feeling of complacency. It improves creative thinking, enhances dreaming, and manifesting ideas. Polygala is anti-inflammatory for the nervous system.

    is about calming the mind and relieving anxiety. It helps to relax the autonomous nervous system. Passionflowers are used for treating anxiety, insomnia, and hysteria. It has been used to promote healthy sleep, especially in cases where exhaustion has led to restlessness.

    modulates cortisol production and inhibits adrenaline. It also boosts GABA, the relaxing neurotransmitter. Traditionally magnolia has been used for the treatment of anxiety, asthma, depression, gastrointestinal disorders, and headaches.

    is needed for the conversion of tryptophan toward eventual conversion into melatonin. B6 might be the most probable bottleneck in the function of the tryptophan pathway from 5-HTP to serotonin to melatonin.

    is the sleepiest form of magnesium because glycine in itself acts as a calming neurotransmitter in the brain. Magnesium can help sensitize GABAergic receptors for a calming effect and stabilize glutamate receptors for reduced anxiety.

    is the precursor to 5-HTP and then serotonin and finally melatonin. So the most natural idea is to get the amino acid tryptophan and start from the bottom of the chain. This way the body can build its own melatonin.

    is associated with growth factors like BDNF & NGF, and neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine, along with the soothing GABA. Theanine is de-stressing in many ways.

    is one of the major inhibitory neurotransmitters in the brain along with GABA and glycine. Taurine has been shown to reduce anxiety. Taurine promotes better sleep.

    Reishi can support the stress response by reducing excessive cortisol and adrenaline levels. It also help with relaxation and improved sleep.

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