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Symmetry NeuroCalm Review – 8 Reasons To Consider

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

Reviewed by Rebecca Williams, MD, MA, MB, BChir

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Evidence Based | Facts | Ingredients | Claims | Cautions | Cost | How To Use | Final Thoughts

NeuroCalm is advertised as a natural support during times of emotional distress and is claimed to promote emotional balance while offering anxiety and stress relief.The formula is offered by Symmetry, an American company founded in 1995. Symmetry’s product portfolio includes a variety of nutraceuticals, condition-specific products, weight management formulas as well as household products. The manufacturer is a direct selling business and prides itself on being a member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Better Business Bureau and the Direct Selling Education Foundation.

The formula features potent herbal ingredients known for their calm promoting properties, including St. John’s Wort, Valerian, Rhodiola Rosea and Passion Flower. Also, the manufacturer claims the NeuroCalm features the DeltaZorb patented herbal blend which is claimed to significantly increase (up to 160%) the amount of vitamins, minerals and nutrients absorbed by the body as compared to formulas which do not contain the blend.


1) NeuroCalm Quick Facts

NeuroCalm is an herbal mixture which promotes feelings of relaxation and emotional balance. The formula features numerous herbs which are commonly prescribed today to alleviate symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety.

St. John’s Wortis one of them, an herb used since ancient Greece to treat viral and bacterial infections, as well as to calm the nerves. Research today has produced evidence that the plant is able to relief mild to moderate depression, whereas certain studies claim it has no results on major depression. Evidence, although inconclusive, exists regarding the plant’s ability to benefit anxiety disorders such as generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder or social anxiety. Scientists believe that St. John’s Wort works by facilitating synthesis of Serotonin, Norepinephrine and Dopamine, important brain neurotransmitters. Its action is thus similar way to that of the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), substances commonly used in treating depression, personality disorders and anxiety. Brand names of SSRI’s include Celexa, Prozac and Zoloft.

St. John’s Wortis generally considered safe but can cause dry mouth, dizziness, gastrointestinal symptoms and fatigue. Potential drug interactions include antidepressants, various heart medications, seizure control drugs, oral contraceptives and anticoagulants.

The Valerian root is believed to possess anti-depressant and sedative effects, however further research is required to establish the extent of its effectiveness. Valerian, sometimes referred to as “nature’s Valium,” is prescribed to treat anxiety disorders (panic disorder or generalized anxiety disorder), sleep disorders symptoms, behavioral disorders or tremors and inflammation in the joints. Valerian is considered possibly safe. However, it has been associated to drowsiness, headache, excitability and fatigue.


2) Details on NeuroCalm Ingredients and Uses

NeuroCalm includes the following ingredients: St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) aerial parts extract (0.3% Hypericin, 3.0% Hyperforin), Rhodiola Rosea root extract (1% total Rosavins), Rhodiola Rosea root extract (1% total rosavins), Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata), Taurine, DeltaZorb [proprietary patented blend of black pepper (Piper Nigrum) and Ginger Root (Zingiber Officinale) extracts], dicalcium phosphate, microcrystalline cellulose, Croscarmellose sodium, Stearic acid, silica, Magnesium Stearate, and pharmaceutical glaze.

3) Does NeuroCalm Work and it is Safe?

NeuroCalm represents an herbal formulation which supposedly promotes feelings of emotional balance and relaxation. The remedy contains a variety of herbs that are commonly prescribed nowadays to alleviate symptoms related to depression, anxiety, and stress.

One of its components is St. John’s Wort, a herb that has been utilized thousands of years ago, in Greece to treat bacterial and viral infections and calm the nerves. The latest studies conducted on St. John’s Wort revealed that the plant is capable of helping treat mild to moderate depression. However, it has no effect on the main depression. Although currently inconclusive, there is evidence that the plant also can relief anxiety disorders, including panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder as well as social anxiety. The herb works by facilitating the synthesis of three brain neurotransmitters: norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine. Therefore, its action is similar to that of SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors), that are used in treating anxiety and personality disorders. Even though it is viewed as generally safe, consumption of St. John’s Wort may lead to some unwanted side-effects, such as gastrointestinal symptoms, dry mouth, fatigue, and dizziness. Moreover, it may interact with some heart medication, oral contraceptives, seizure control drugs and antidepressants. Thus it should be avoided if any of those prior treatments and followed.

Unfortunately, the only testimonials that are found online are on the manufacturer’s official website, and they can be regarded as a marketing strategy. Thus a general opinion on the product’s Effectiveness cannot be formed.


4) NeuroCalm Claims

  • Herbal ingredients;
  • The formula’s core ingredients have been researched and are believed to improve mood and promote emotional balance.


5) What You Need to Know Before Taking NeuroCalm

  • The product did not receive any consumer testimonials;
  • Potential side effects and drug interactions associated to the core ingredients;
  • The formula is not recommended to pregnant and lactating women;
  • There is no money-back guarantee available;
  • The daily value for the core ingredients has not been established.


6) How Much Does NeuroCalm Cost?

NeuroCalm is found for purchase both on the manufacturer website as well as other online retailers. Its price is rather high compared to similar supplements and considering the likely effects of the product and the lack of client testimonials. However, by purchasing this product from the manufacturer’s website, the client has the option of becoming a member, thus being offered a series of discounts and promotions, especially in larger amounts.

The remedy is sold in bottles that contain 60 capsules and are sufficient for a month’s treatment if the label dosage is properly followed. International orders are also available, but only to some selected countries.

How To Use

7) How to Use NeuroCalm

Consumer reviews for NeuroCalm can be found on the manufacturer’s website. However they should be treated carefully, since they may represent be used to serve marketing and sales purposes. No side effects are mentioned for the formulation, however the manufacturer warns the product not to be used by pregnant and lactating women. The manufacturer mentions taking one or more tablets between meals 2 or more times a day.

Final Thoughts

8) Final Thoughts on NeuroCalm

NeuroCalm is an herbal remedy marketed to be efficient against ailments such as stress, depression or anxiety, conditions that affect an extremely large portion of the world population today. A U.S. statistics shows that approximately 9% of Americans are depressed at least occasionally, and roughly 3% suffer from major depression.

Correctly diagnosing and identifying the cause of depression and anxiety is an important phase of the treatment. While NeuroCalm may prove effective for some consumers (given that its ingredients are able to promote calm and relaxation), we strongly recommend that a healthcare provider prescribes the correct treatment. Also, it is important to mention that herbal extracts are not free of side effects and that precautions are sometimes associated.

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I used neuroxalm as a seizure patient who forget things easy but I’m finding the side effects of the drug (Blorred vision) please as my doctor cannot attend to me due to the epidemic period, what should I do?

Hannah L.

I’m a student and it’s very difficult for me to pass my exams. That’s why I’ve been searching for a natural remedy to help me with this problem. My search ended when I found neurocalm. It’s quite the nice supplement and it does exactly as prescribed on the label, relaxes you and makes you focus on the important stuff. Totally recommend it