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Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity

Stress can have a wide range of negative effects upon our bodies, from reduced cognitive performance to poor sleep patterns and even weight gain. As it is not always possible to just remove yourself from the stressful situation, stress-relieving supplements are an interesting option to help you to cope with the pressures of a busy and stressful lifestyle.

Below we take an in-depth look at Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity to see what benefits it offers consumers.

Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity Pros

  • 365 day money back guarantee
  • Some ingredients will aid relaxation

Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity Cons

  • Expensive supplement
  • Each bottle only offers a 15 day supply
  • Some ingredients should be cycled for optimum benefits
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What You Need To Know About Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity

Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity is marketed as a natural stress relief supplement, that will help to boost serotonin levels and aid relaxation. It is also designed to help to support brain health. The supplement contains a lot of ingredients, and consumers are instructed to take six capsules a day for optimal results.

The supplement is manufactured by Xtend-Life, a company based in Christchurch, New Zealand, but they ship internationally. Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity is just one of many products in their Neuro-Natural range, all of which focus on different aspects of brain function.

What Are The Side Effects Of Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity?

With 43 active ingredients in Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity, it is unsurprising that there is a long list of potential side effects that could develop whilst taking this supplement. Customer reviews generally do not report any unpleasant side effects, but this does not mean that the product is always going to be side-effect free.

Vinpocetine can cause some side effects including stomach pain, nausea, sleep disturbances, headache, dizziness, nervousness, and flushing of the face. Betaine may occasionally cause stomach complaints and diarrhoea.

Potential side effects of Valerian root include headache, excitability, uneasiness, and even insomnia in some people.

Passion Flower can cause side effects including dizziness, confusion, irregular muscle action and coordination, altered consciousness, and inflamed blood vessels.

Studies have shown that Bacopa Monnieri leaf causes upset stomachs in participants much more than placebos. It may also may cause nausea, cramping, bloating, and diarrhoea.

Potential side effects of Eleuthero include drowsiness, changes in heart rhythm, sadness, anxiety, muscle spasms, and, when used in high doses, increased blood pressure.

Huperzine A can cause a range of side effects including digestive issues, stomach issues, blurred vision, loss of appetite, sweating, cramping, high blood pressure, and other issues.

Piperine increases the bioavailability of other compounds, including some medications; this could increase the chances of side effects from the other ingredients found in the product, or from caffeine consumed from other sources (tea, coffee, etc). Consumers who are taking medication are also more at risk of accidentally overdosing because of the higher absorption rate associated with Piperine, and so should consult with their doctor before taking this product.

For a more in-depth look at the potential side effects that could be caused by the ingredients found in Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity, take a look under the Side Effects tab below.

How Much Does Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity Cost?

Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity can be purchased from the official Xtend-Life website. A single bottle costs $42.50 for US customers or £41.85 for British customers. Delivery charges also apply. The company also offer an auto-ship program, with new bottles of the supplement being delivered monthly. In general we advise our readers to avoid auto-ship programs, as they are easy to forget about, and can cost a lot more in the long run than ordering individual bottles manually. Some auto-ship programs can also be difficult to cancel.

Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity is also sold on Amazon.com, where a single bottle costs $42.50, plus $6.50 shipping charges.

Each bottle contains 90 capsules, but customers are instructed to take as many as six capsules per day, meaning that a single bottle will only provide a 15 day supply. This means that using the supplement at the recommended dosage is quite expensive in the long term!

Our Verdict On Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity

We have a mixed opinion of Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity. The supplement contains a staggering 43 active ingredients; whilst this means that it contains numerous ingredients that appear to aid relaxation, increase serotonin levels and reduce stress, it also means that there is an incredibly long list of potential side effects that could develop whilst taking this supplement. This long list of ingredients has also pushed the price of the supplement up, making it unaffordable for many. The manufacturers have also included some ingredients that appear to be totally irrelevant to the stated purpose of the supplement, including dandelion, milk thistle, and Pomegranate extract.

Customer reviews are mixed but overall positive.

The manufacturers of Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity provide dosage information for children aged 12-18, but the lengthy ingredients list and the risk of potential side effects suggests to us that children should not use this supplement, unless given express permission by their medical doctor.

Each bottle of the supplement contains only a 15 day supply, meaning that Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity is expensive to use in the long run! The manufacturers do state that you can use a lower dose of three capsules per day, but only “after the first 2 to 3 months of taking full doses of Neuro-Natural Serenity and getting an initial boost of the supplement’s true benefits…”

The supplement is covered by a 365 day money back guarantee, but you should check through the policy before sending any products back to the company. They do impose some limitations, but most of these seem to be reasonable, and have been implemented to avoid people exploiting the generous returns policy.

Overall, we do not recommend Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity to our readers.

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Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity Review

Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity is marketed as a natural stress relief supplement, that will help to boost serotonin levels and aid relaxation. It is also designed to help to support brain health. The supplement contains a lot of ingredients, and consumers are instructed to take six capsules a day for optimal results.

Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity Facts

  • Manufactured by Xtend-Life
  • 90 capsules per bottle
  • Contains a mild sedative, Valerian

The supplement is manufactured by Xtend-Life, a company based in Christchurch, New Zealand. Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity is just one of many products in their Neuro-Natural range, all of which focus on different aspects of brain function. The company can be contacted using the information provided on their official website.

How to Take Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity

Directions for use are as follows:

Daily Serving: Adults – 6 tablets.
Age 12 to 18 years – 3 tablets.

For optimal results split into 2 doses per day; first thing in the morning, and later in the day. Take with or without food.

Can be taken with any other Neuro-Natural product for a full dose of 6 tablets a day (for example, 3 tablets of Neuro-Natural Serenity with 3 tablets of Neuro-Natural Sleep).

Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity Concerns:

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What Does Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity Claim To Do?

The manufacturers provide the following description of the product’s benefits:

“Neuro-Natural Serenity may help support healthy serotonin function. This special stress-relieving and mood-supporting formula contains 43 active ingredients that are designed to work synergistically.”

Does Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity Work?

Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity contains 43 active ingredients that are supposedly designed to work synergistically. Whilst there are many ingredients in this supplement that do seem to support mood and relieve stress or aid relaxation, there are also numerous ingredients that offer other benefits completely unrelated to mood and relaxation. For example, dandelion is traditionally used as a diuretic, and milk thistle is used for liver issues.

Valerian, hops and passionflower are all traditional remedies for anxiety, but are also used sometimes as sleep aids; valerian actually acts as a mild sedative. If you feel sleepy whilst taking this supplement, you should avoid driving or operating heavy machinery.

5-Hydroxytryptophan may increase serotonin levels, whilst SAMe could help to treat depression. There are also several nootropic ingredients that could improve memory and cognition (which are both hampered by stress).

Tyrosine and some other ingredients could also help to counteract fatigue and its negative effects upon the body.

What Are The Ingredients of Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity?

The ingredients found in Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity are detailed below. Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity contains a staggering 43 active ingredients! The ingredient quantities provided are per daily serving of six capsules.

  • Thiamin (from 25 mg of Thiamin HCl) 22 mg (1467% RDA)
  • Riboflavin (from 20 mg of Riboflavin-5-Phosphate) 10 mg (588% RDA)
  • Vitamin B6 (from 15 mg of Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate) 10 mg (500% RDA)
  • Folic Acid 323 mcg (81% RDA)
  • Biotin 1994 mcg (665% RDA)
  • Selenium (from 225 mcg of L-Selenomethionine) 90 mcg (129% RDA)
  • Chromium (from 450 mcg of Chromium Picolinate) 54 mcg (45% RDA)
  • Dandelion Extract (from Taraxacum mongolicum Root) (equivalent to 1000 mg of Dandelion Root) 250 mg: Primarily a diuretic and laxative. Source
  • Valerian Extract (from Valeriana officianalis Root) (providing 2 mg of Valerenic Acids) 250 mg: Can be used to treat insomnia. A mild sedative. Source
  • 5-Hydroxytryptophan (from Griffonia simplicifolia Seed) 247 mg: 5HTP is used by the body to make serotonin, which primarily plays a role in regulating mood. Some studies, primarily in animals, have shown that 5HTP reduces the appetite, as well as boosting mood. Source
  • Bacopa Extract (from Bacopa monnieri Leaf) (providing 60 mg of Bacosides) 200 mg: Used to reduce anxiety, improve memory, and seems to have a minor ability to treat depression, making it a general mild mood booster. The effects can take time to achieve a noticeable level, as the effects appear to accumulate with repeated use. Source
  • Green Tea Extract (from Camellia sinensis Leaf) (providing 146 mg of Catechins) 200 mg: Catechins are a type of antioxidant found in green tea. Some catechins, especially EGCG can increase thermogenesis in the body, which can burn more calories. Antioxidants are thought to also have benefits for general health. Source
  • Passionflower Extract (from Passiflora incarnata Leaf & Flower) (providing 6.5 mg of Flavones) 200 mg: Passion flower is an herbal remedy used as a mild sedative and sleep aid. It is also used to help reduce mild anxiety. Source
  • L-Tyrosine 200 mg: An amino acid that is a building block of protein, this ingredient is found naturally in many foods including meat and dairy products. In existing trials, L-Tyrosine appears to effectively improve cognition and memory during stressful periods. Source
  • Alpha Lipoic Acid 199 mg: Appears to suppress the appetite by inhibiting AMPK in the hypothalamus although little research has been conducted in humans at this point. This fatty acid also appears to boost fat burning slightly, although the effects are not as large as the noted suppression of appetite. Source
  • Soy Lecithin (a source of Phosphatidyl Choline) 160 mg
  • Acetyl L-Carnitine 150 mg: There is some evidence that supplementation of acetyl-l-carnitine can reduce body fat, although the strongest results were seen in the elderly. The ingredient also boosts energy levels, and is used to treat fatigue. Source
  • D-Phenylalanine 149 mg: This is an amino acid, which is used for treating depression, amongst other things. However, the research to suggest that this will effectively treat depression is outdated, with calls for more testing using updated research methods. Source
  • L-Carnosine 148 mg
  • L-Carnitine L-Tartrate 147 mg: One study found that supplementation of L-carnitine, L-tartrate reduced muscle tissue damage from exercise and sped up recovery time. Compared to other forms of l-carnitine, it is more commonly used to boost muscular performance than contribute to weight loss. Source
  • SAMe (from 243 mg of S-Adenosylmethionine Tosylate) 128 mg: In some European countries this is only available on prescription, but in the US it is available as a supplement. Studies suggest that it can reduce the symptoms of major depression when taken in adequate dosages. But lower doses of SAMe (100-200 mg) might not improve depression scores in people with mild to moderate depression when given as an injection or a shot. SAMe should not be taken in combination with a prescription antidepressant without the monitoring of a health professional. Source
  • Choline Bitartrate 101 mg: Choline supplementation appears to improve attention, and could improve memory, although the dose was much higher than appears to be used here, and the relevant study focused upon the elderly. Choline is required to make increased levels of acetylcholine in the brain. Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter which is linked with improved learning, memory retention and recall. Source
  • Chamomile Extract (from Matricaria recutita Flower) (equivalent to 400 mg of Chamomile Flowers) 100 mg: May aid relaxation and sleep. Source
  • Hops (from New Zealand Hummulus Iupulus Cone) 100 mg: Hops flowers are used to treat anxiety and insomnia. It could also increase the consumer’s appetite. Source
  • Milk Thistle Extract (from Silybum marianum Seed) (providing 80 mg of Silymarins) 100 mg: Milk thistle is usually used to treat liver disorders and liver damage. It is also thought to treat heartburn, diabetes (alongside prescribed medication), allergy symptoms, and starting menstrual flow. Source
  • Betaine HCl 98 mg: Betaine can help relieve conditions associated with hardening in the arteries. Although it is thought by some to improve athletic performance, scientific trials have failed to show consistent results with trained/untrained men. Source
  • Pomegranate Extract (from Punica granatum Fruit Hull) (providing 32 mg of Ellagic Acid) 80 mg: Pomegranates are high in antioxidants, including Ellagic Acid. Ellagic Acid is seemingly the focal point of a lot of research in animal and test tube studies, but there is little research into its benefits when taken by actual humans. It may help to reduce inflammation, and theoretically could be linked with weight loss. Source
  • Inositol 73 mg: Appears to treat anxiety when used in high doses. Source
  • Ginkgo Extract (from Ginkgo biloba Leaf) (providing 15.4 mg of Ginkgo Flavonoglycosides and 3.7 mg of Terpene Lactones) 70 mg: Appears to improve circulation, and may help to kill bacteria in the body that could cause infections, although it is used as an herbal remedy to treat a range of ailments. Source
  • Grape Seed Extract (from Vitis vinifera Seed) (providing at least 450 mg/g Phenolics) 60 mg: Grape seed extract may help to lower cholesterol levels and improve poor circulation. It is also high in anti-oxidants, which may benefit health in general. Source
  • Eleuthero Extract (from Eleutherococcus senticosus Root) (providing 400 mcg of Eleutherosides E and B) 50 mg: More commonly known as Siberian Ginseng. Unfortunately, the clinical trials that suggest that Siberian Ginseng has clear medicinal benefits are either low quality studies in humans, or are from testing in vitro or in animals. Some studies suggest that the plant can help to reduce cognitive decline and boost cognition in general, but the clinical support is far from conclusive, or well tested in human subjects. Source
  • Papain (from Carica papaya (Papaya) Fruit) 50 mg: Although primarily used to reduce inflammation and fluid retention, this enzyme may help to speed recovery time following exercise when paired with bromelain. Papain is found naturally in Papaya. Source
  • Quercetin (from Japanese Sophora Flower) 50 mg: Known for AMPK activation, quercetin has antioxidant and anti-carcinogenic properties. It tends not to produce dramatic or consistent effects when tested on humans when compared to in-vitro tests. Source
  • L-Valine 50 mg: Valine appears to be the least potent of the branched chain amino acids, but will still play a small role in stimulating protein synthesis and promoting glucose consumption and uptake. Source
  • L-Glutamine 49 mg: An essential amino acid, which is a building block of protein (muscle). Source
  • L-Histidine HCl 49 mg: This amino acid is involved in a number of enzyme catalysed reactions. Supplementation of histidine is not thought to result in any outcome, positive or negative. Source
  • Taurine 49 mg: Used often in energy drinks, some studies suggest that this amino acid may play a role in athletic performance. Source
  • Phosphatidyl L-Serine (from 100 mg of Soybean Extract) 20 mg: Several studies with phosphatidylserine indicate improved cognitive abilities and behaviours, but the studies focused on Alzheimer’s patients; it is possible that these effects could also benefit consumers in general, but there is no real clinical support to support this. The FDA has stated that Phosphatidylserine may reduce the risk of cognitive dysfunction and dementia in the elderly. Source
  • Trans-Resveratrol (from 30 mg of Polygonum cuspidatum (Japanese Knotweed) Root Extract) 15 mg
  • Vinpocetine 14 mg: Vinpocetine may increase blood flow to the brain, and so may help to treat fatigue and improve memory; despite claims about research being extensive, most research is outdated and uses biased research methods. Because it is an entirely synthetic chemical, that requires significant lab-work to produce, there is some debate as to whether this ingredient actually qualifies as a supplement under US and FDA guidelines. Source
  • Piperine (from 10 mg of Piper nigrum (Black Pepper) Fruit) 9.5 mg: This Black pepper extract is used for increasing the bioavailability of nutritional compounds. In other words, it increases the amounts of nutrients that are absorbed into the body in the digestive tract. It may also increase the absorption of various drugs, which may lead to potential side effects. Source
  • Huperzine A (from 4 mg of Toothed Clubmoss Leaf & Stem Extract) 200 mcg: Huperzine-A is found in Huperzia serrata, and is thought to be a cognitive enhancer. Previous studies have found it to be effective as a memory enhancer for adults suffering with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Because of the relatively long half-life of this compound, its use should be cycled, with breaks in usage every few weeks. Source

Pancreatic Enzyme Blend (n.zimes PA®) consisting of a mixture of the following enzymes 120 mg

  • Lipase (from Fermentation of Rhizopus oryzae): Helps digestion of fats.
  • Protease (from Fermentation of Aspergillus oryzae): Breaks down the links between amino acids that form proteins.
  • Amylase (from Fermentation of Aspergillus oryzae): Breaks down starch into sugars.

Other ingredients

  • Microcrystalline cellulose, Enteric coating (Purified water, Ethylcellulose, Ammonium hydroxide, Medium chain triglycerides, Oleic acid, Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, Talc, Polydextrose), Dextrose, Maltodextrin, Silicon dioxide, Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, Magnesium stearate, Dicalcium phosphate.

Does Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity Have Any Side Effects?

With 43 active ingredients in Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity, it is unsurprising that there is a long list of potential side effects that could develop whilst taking this supplement. Customer reviews generally do not report any unpleasant side effects, but this does not mean that the product is always going to be side-effect free. If you have a sensitivity to any ingredient found in this supplement, side effects are much more likely!

Diuretic ingredients such as dandelion can cause dehydration. It is important to drink plenty of water throughout the day whilst using this product, as severe dehydration can lead to even more unpleasant and serious side effects.

Although Tyrosine is tolerated generally in very high doses, it can cause some side effects including nausea, headache, fatigue, heartburn, and joint pain.

Vinpocetine can cause some side effects including stomach pain, nausea, sleep disturbances, headache, dizziness, nervousness, and flushing of the face. Betaine may occasionally cause stomach complaints and diarrhoea.

Potential side effects of Valerian root include headache, excitability, uneasiness, and even insomnia in some people.

Passion Flower can cause side effects including dizziness, confusion, irregular muscle action and coordination, altered consciousness, and inflamed blood vessels.

Studies have shown that Bacopa Monnieri leaf causes upset stomachs in participants much more than placebos. It is typically recommended that Bacopa supplements are taken with a meal, rather than on an empty stomach, as this will minimize the chances of getting an upset stomach. It may also may cause nausea, cramping, bloating, and diarrhoea.

Potential side effects of Eleuthero include drowsiness, changes in heart rhythm, sadness, anxiety, muscle spasms, and, when used in high doses, increased blood pressure.

Ginkgo Biloba is generally thought to be safe, but may cause some minor issues; these include stomach upset, constipation, headache, dizziness, a pounding heartrate, and allergic skin reactions.

Milk thistle extract can cause more frequent bathroom visits, diarrhoea, nausea, indigestion, gas, bloating, and loss of appetite.

Huperzine A can cause a range of side effects including digestive issues, stomach issues, blurred vision, loss of appetite, sweating, cramping, high blood pressure and other issues. The likelihood of side effects occurring increases when the supplement is taken for a prolonged period of time, and cycling the product (with a break in use every four weeks or so) is recommended to reduce the chances of side effects occurring.

Piperine increases the bioavailability of other compounds, including some medications; this could increase the chances of side effects from the other ingredients found in the product, or from caffeine consumed from other sources (tea, coffee, etc). Consumers who are taking medication are also more at risk of accidentally overdosing because of the higher absorption rate associated with Piperine, and so should consult with their doctor before taking this product.

Caution:
Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18, unless given express permission by your doctor. Do not combine with other sleep aids, whether prescription, over the counter or herbal. If you are taking medication or have a medical condition, consult a physician before using this product. Discontinue use two weeks prior to surgery. Do not combine with alcohol. Do not drive or use machinery if you feel sleepy after taking this supplement.

Are There Any Customer Reviews For Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity?

There are numerous customer reviews for Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity online, both on the official sales page and on Amazon, where the product is also sold.

I can definitely tell a difference using this product. I only take 2 in the morning & sometimes 1-2 in the evening. It says to take 6/day & I just can’t afford to do that since there’s only 90 in a bottle, that’s not even a month supply. As long as it continues to work & last at least a month then I plan on continuing to take it.

it does not work for me

My daughter started taking Serenity for a mild mood disorder. The vitamins give her just the right amount of support and she is feeling great. So happy to be able to manage without any side effects.

I have been consuming Xtendlife products for quite a while and I must say that they are absolutely great! With neuro natural serenity I have been able to function daily without feeling as stressed and my moments immediately after waking up have been great. This product has helped support my overall health a lot together with the fish oil which I am also taking. It deserve a 4 star from me and I would have given it a 5 star if I could purchase them in New Zealand dollars rather than US dollar. Hope the above review help to spread the wonders of the supplements to people in general.

Works extremely well for anxiety and depression. No side effects after 6 weeks of usage. I noticed a difference after one week of usage. I only take two tablets at bedtime. I highly recommend this product. This product comes from New Zealand and it takes a while for mail delivery. I was not compensated or asked to provide a review for this product.

Does Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

Xtend-Life state that they offer a money back guarantee, but they do impose some restrictions on this. Overall, they do offer an extended and generous returns policy that lasts for 365 days after purchase. They ask that if you plan on returning a supplement that does not work, you do not open more than one bottle. They will not accept more than one opened bottle for a refund. They also deduct the shipping charge from the refund (which is industry standard), but it appears that they deduct the $6.50 shipping charge even if you were offered free delivery on the original order.

They state:

“If you need to claim a refund, we will give you plenty of time to do it…in fact, up to 365 days (full year) from the date of your purchase. There is only one condition. If you are not happy with a product and you have more than one bottle or tube of each, please don’t start the second one as we can only refund one opened bottle or tube of each product.

When a refund is processed, the only deduction is $6.50 towards the original shipping costs, whether or not this was invoiced in the first place. We do not make any other deductions. If the requested refund only covers part of your purchase and the products retained still have a value of $60 or more we will waive that deduction.”

Full terms and conditions, as well as instructions detailing how to arrange a return can be found on the official Xtend-Life website.

The returns policies of third party online retailers may vary.

Where Can I Buy Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity?

Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity can be purchased from the official Xtend-Life website. A single bottle costs $42.50 for US customers or £41.85 for British customers. Delivery charges also apply. The company also offer an auto-ship program, with new bottles of the supplement being delivered monthly. In general we advise our readers to avoid auto-ship programs, as they are easy to forget about, and can cost a lot more in the long run than ordering individual bottles manually. Some auto-ship programs can also be difficult to cancel.

Xtend-Life Neuro-Natural Serenity is also sold on Amazon.com, where a single bottle costs $42.50, plus $6.50 shipping charges.

Disclaimer: Our reviews and investigations are based on extensive research from the information publicly available to us and consumers at the time of first publishing the post. Information is based on our personal opinion and whilst we endeavour to ensure information is up-to-date, manufacturers do from time to time change their products and future research may disagree with our findings. If you feel any of the information is inaccurate, please contact us and we will review the information provided.





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