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Remotiv®

Helps relieve stress and mild anxiety  

Remotiv

Are you feeling stressed? Or worried and nervous? Are you looking for a herbal way to support a healthy mood that’s supported by research?  If so, Remotiv may be right for you.

 

Remotiv is a natural medicine that’s backed by years of clinical research to help relieve symptoms of stress and mild anxiety and support a healthy mood. 1-3

 

Pre-clinical studies suggest that Remotiv may work indirectly on chemicals in the brain such as serotonin, dopamine and noradrenaline that can be linked with stress, tension and mild anxiety. 

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.

Remotiv® has been shown to help:

Relieve stress and mild anxiety

Relieve stress and mild anxiety

Helping to ease feelings of worry and nervousness1-3

Support healthy mood

Support healthy mood

Aiding to relieve feelings of tension and to support emotional balance1-3

Relieve irritability and restlessness

Relieve irritability and restlessness

Assisting to relieve feelings of unrest  and nervous tension1-3

Research & Evidence

Remotiv: Key Ingredient

Remotiv contains an exclusive extract from the plant, Hypericum perforatum, more commonly known as St John’s wort. The specific extract used in Remotiv - known as Ze 117 - has been shown in clinical research to help relieve stress and mild anxiety.1-3

Learn more about Hypericum perforatum
trials & studies
Researched for over 10 years
Millions of people have used Remotiv worldwide for over 20 years

Did you know that 72% of South Africans feel stress has at least some impact on their health? 4 Find out more about how Remotiv can help to relieve stress and mild anxiety.

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Using Remotiv

Recommended dosage & directions

Adults: take 1 tablet morning and evening or as directed by your healthcare professional.

 

Relief of symptoms can be expected within 4 weeks. Remotiv offers symptomatic relief and should be continued as needed. You should review this with your healthcare professional at least every 6 weeks.

 

Tolerability

 

Remotiv is well tolerated based on clinical research, years of worldwide use.

 

St John's wort affects the way many prescription medications work, including the oral contraceptive pill. Consult your healthcare professional.Please review the FAQ “Is Remotiv likely to interact with other medications?” for more information.  

 

As always, it is recommended that you talk to your healthcare professional if you have any questions about using Remotiv.

 

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This unregistered medicine has not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for its quality, safety or intended use.

Active ingredient
St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum)

Each tablet of Remotiv contains extracts equivalent to dry herb Hypericum perforatum 1.375 g which is equal to 250mg of Ze 117.

FAQs

Remotiv is a natural medicine that has been clinically researched to help relieve stress,  mild anxiety and support a healthy mood.  In Remotiv, a specific extract of Hypericum perforatum (St. John’s wort), known as Ze 117, is  used to help deliver a consistently high quality medicine that is the same medicine shown in clinical trials to provide mood support.  

 

Natural medicines can vary considerably depending on the species of plant chosen, the way it is grown and harvested, the extraction and the production processes. So it’s essential to ensure the product you’re getting is the same as that tested in clinical research to help relieve stress and mild anxiety.

Remotiv offers symptomatic relief and should be continued as needed. You should review this with your healthcare professional at least every 6 weeks.

 

The available data suggests that Remotiv may be appropriate for long-term usage. A one-year study showed tolerability and continued relief over this time.5 

 

If you have specific questions about how long to take Remotiv, it is important that you talk to you healthcare professional.

Hypericum perforatum (St. John’s wort) affects the way in which many medications work, including the oral contraceptive pill. It has been associated with the way certain medications are broken down and therefore could affect the action of these medications.

 

It is recommended that you talk to your healthcare professional if you are taking or plan to take any other medicines, including any that you get without a prescription.  For more information please contact us directly. 

Relief of symptoms can be expected within 4 weeks of use. Remotiv offers symptomatic relief and should be continued as needed. You should review this with your healthcare professional at least every 6 weeks.

Remotiv has no known adverse effects on the ability to drive and use machinery.

Remotiv is available from natural health practitioners, pharmacies and selected health food stores. Click on Find a Store to find a list ofpractitioners and pharmacies in your area that either stock Remotiv or will know how to order Remotiv. Even if your local pharmacy is not on the list, they will be able to order it in for you.

It is recommended to talk to your healthcare professional, including your anaesthetist and surgeon, if you are going to have surgery. Remotiv should be stopped at least 5 days before surgery and restarted when your healthcare professional tells you.

Remotiv is not recommended for use during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. Your healthcare professional can discuss with you the risks and benefits involved in taking Remotiv during these life stages. 

Remotiv is recommended as a natural remedy in adults over 18 years of age unless directed by a healthcare professional. If you have specific questions or concerns, it is important to speak with a healthcare professional.

References

  1. Schrader et al. Human Psychopharmacology. 1998; 13:163-169.
  2. Woelk et al. BMJ. 2000; 321:536-539.
  3. Schrader et al. Int Clin Psychopharma. 2000; 15:61-68.
  4. Australian Psychological Society Stress and wellbeing in Australia survey 2015. https://www.headsup.org.au/docs/default-source/default-document-library/stress-and-wellbeing-in-australia-report.pdf?sfvrsn=7f08274d_4  Accessed Oct 2018.
  5. Brattström et al. J Phymed. 2009; 16:277-283.