What is Suntheanine L-Theanine?
Suntheanine is a pure form of L-theanine which is an amino acid found in green tea and mushrooms (Boletus badius). In green tea, L-theanine makes up about 2% of the dry weight of its leaves and is responsible for both its taste and relaxing effects when consumed as a hot drink.
L-theanine was first discovered in 1949 and is now produced in Japan for use in food and drink. Many studies have suggested that L-theanine can cross the blood brain barrier within 30 minutes of intake and quickly exerts its benefits on the brain. L-theanine may promote relaxation, relieve stress and enhance cognitive function. Doctors Best has harnessed the power of L-theanine in its purest form Suntheanine into a dietary supplement.
What is Suntheanine L-Theanine used for?
L-theanine has been extracted from green tea leaves and provided in a supplement to give you a more concentrated and convenient form of receiving the physical and mental benefits the purest L-theanine, Suntheanine.Taken as part of a healthy diet, L-theanine may have 3 great benefits to health and wellbeing:
- Relaxation: L-theanine alone is thought to increase alpha brain waves which signify a more relaxed and alert state.
- Improved memory and alertness: Studies suggest that L-theanine may improve memory and learning performance when combined with caffeine.
- Reduced stress and anxiety: L-theanine may support the body in responding to stressful situations.
What is the recommended dose of Suntheanine L-Theanine?
Doctors Best recommends that one 150mg capsule of Suntheanine L-Theanine is taken per day separate from food times, unless otherwise advised by your healthcare professional.
Doctors Best Suntheanine L-Theanine 150mg capules are available in quantities of 90 vegetarian capsules, making this a economic choice.Suntheanine L-Theanine.
Suntheanine L-Theanine contains a pure form of L-theanine (amino acid), 100% Suntheanine. Other ingredients include rice powder and modified cellulose, making it a suitable choice for vegetarians.
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