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AMORYN SAFETY FACTS
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The information on this page is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Consult with your doctor before taking any new dietary supplement, including AMORYN.

IS AMORYN SAFE?

  • The main ingredient in AMORYN, hyperforin from St. John's Wort extract, has been extensively studied and has a record of safe real-world use.
  • A 2000 analysis found that "rates of side effects were low" with hyperforin.2
  • Researchers conducting a study with 375 patients, published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, concluded that hyperforin "was found to be safe."4
  • AMORYN is not addictive or habit-forming and will not cause withdrawal if discontinued.
  • None of the natural ingredients in AMORYN are known to damage the liver or any other organ or bodily tissue.
AMORYN may actually help improve overall health by providing essential B vitamins, vitamin D, selenium, and amino acids.

Please take a moment to read testimonials from real AMORYN users, learn more about the quality-control measures employed when making AMORYN, or view the impressive results reported by AMORYN users in surveys. You can also order now for fast, reliable delivery.

Please review the Directions for Use, Possible Side Effects, Drug Interactions, and Contraindications and Precautions.

REFERENCES:
(1) Whiskey E, Werneke U, Taylor D. (2001 Sep.) International Clinical Psychopharmacology.
(2) Gaster B, Holroyd J. (2000 Jan.) Archives of Internal Medicine.
(3) Di Carlo G, Borrelli F, Izzo AA, Ernst E. (2001 Nov.) Trends in Pharmacological Science.
(4) Lecrubier Y, Clerc G, Didi R, Kieser M. (2002 Aug.) American Journal of Psychiatry.