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5-HTP 100mg (Provided by 102.05mg Griffonia Seed 98% Extract) , Dicalcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate
Suggested Daily Intake:
Take one tablet one hour before bedtime as a food supplement or as directed by a healthcare professional.
If you are taking any prescription medication, you have a medical condition or you have specific concerns about the suitability of our products, always consult your GP or Pharmacist prior to taking supplements. Do not exceed stated dose. Store in a cool dry place. Keep away from children at all times. Do not use if seal is broken. Pregnant or lactating women should consult a Doctor before using this product. Suitable for vegetarians. Image is for illustration purposes only. Food supplement: This product should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Always read the label before use.
|Q:||Does your 5HTP contain any other vitamins? Or is it just 5HTP? Some suppliers of 5HTP seem to add B3 and B6 and C to their tablets. Please let me know exactly what is in each tablet. Many thanks.|
The ingredients per tablet are 5-HTP 100mg (Provided by 102.05mg Griffonia Seed 98% Extract). Any other ingredients contained are binding agents to make the tablet.
|Q:||Can this product be given to a child aged 11 yrs?|
No, we only recommend this product for adults.
|Q:||Hello,is there any food,drink or other supplements you should avoid whilst taking 5htp?
We are not aware of any side effects or interactions however, as we are not medically trained, we could only advise that you consult your GP in regards to this.
I would like to start taking L-Tryptophan. Can you tell me whether it will have any adverse effect on my thyroxine medication taken for an underactive thyroid and HRT.
Unfortunately, as we are not medically trained, we could only advise that you consult your GP in regards to this.
can you take tryptopan with st johns wort. if so do you stock st johns wort as I cant find it on your sight.
My daughter suffers from mild depression
and also finds it hard to sleep. she is only 19 so she doesn't really want to go down the percription anti-depressant route.
As long as you are not exceeding the RDA of either product there should be no problem in taking them together. L-Tryptophan is first converted in the body into 5HTP, which can then be converted into serotonin (the happy hormone). It is certainly something that we would suggest for the treatment of depression and insomnia.
Unfortunately, we no longer supply St Johns Wort due to the new EU directive regarding herbal products. L-Tryptophan is our alternative, and works in a very similar way to St Johns Wort.
If you were to purchase St Johns Wort from another company, we obviously cannot advise on any side effects or interactions if taken alongside our L-Tryptophan, and would advise that you consult the supplier in regards to this.
If you do have concerns about any ailment, we always advise that you consult your GP.