Seredyn is advertised as an herbal remedy approach to brain nutrition. The ingredients used in this formula are pretty simple: a mixture of herbal extracts, amino-acids, vitamins and minerals. From our experience, this is a very “standard” approach when you want to “target” as many potential customers as possible.
While Seredyn is unlikely to be strong enough for panic attacks in short term, the addition of Passion Flower can be helpful in long term use for regulating the nervous system. The Magnesium taurate is another interesting choice since Magnesium is well known for its muscle relaxant properties, but taking a Taurine based supplement might be better. In addition, Magnesium is best absorbed when taken with food.
Possible Seredyn’s side effects might include headache, stomach upset, fatigue, and drowsiness. We advise caution when taking this supplement in combination with prescription medication, because it can overlap what the prescription medication is trying to do.