Amazon CNS Support Capsules is traditionally used in South America as an asprin free analgesic, to support the central nervous system and to mediate pain processing gpathwaysAmazon CNS Support Out of stock

A synergistic formula of 6 rainforest botanicals traditionally used in South America to support the central nervous system.

For more information on the individual ingredients in Amazon CNS Support, please follow the links provided to the plant database files in the Tropical Plant Database.

Each rainforest botanical in this professional formula has been sustainably harvested in the Amazon Rainforest. Click here to learn more about our rainforest ingredients and wild harvesting methods.

This product contains no binders, fillers, or exipients and is 100% finely milled natural plants.

Price: £21.95 – 120 Capsules 

Ingredients: A proprietary blend of pau d’arco, tayuya, manacá, mulungu, amor seco, and iporuru. This formula is 100% pure natural ground plants. No binders, fillers or other additives are used. These plants have grown naturally in the richness of the Amazon without any pesticides or fertilizers.

Suggested Use: Take 2-3 capsules every 4-6 hours as needed.


Not to be used during pregnancy or while breast-feeding.

Manacá has documented anticoagulant activity. People with blood disorders such as hemophilia should be monitored closely for this possible effect.

Drug Interactions: May potentiate anticoagulants, MAO-inhibitors and antihypertensive medications.

Other Practitioner Observations:

Manacá contains salicylate. Those with an allergy or sensitivity to salicylates or aspirin may be sensitive to this formula.

This formula may cause drowsiness at higher dosages. If this occurs; reduce the amount used.

Plants in this formula may reduce blood pressure (based on animal studies). Those with low blood pressure should be monitored for this possible effect.

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