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Avisae OptimALL Nutrition™
bliss™ adaptogen mist
Avisae OptimALL Nutrition™ bliss™ adaptogen mist is a
unique formula that helps reset your body’s serotonin
pathways for improved mood, better sleep and increased
focus. Supported by seven patents and a placebo
controlled clinical trial, the unique ingredient focuses on
rebalancing your serotonin set-point via a proprietary
ingredient, Seroctin.*
Serotonin is a widespread neurotransmitter in the
central nervous system and gastrointestinal tract. It
is synthesized from the amino acid tryptophan via a
conversion pathway that utilizes Vitamin B6. Serotonin
is involved in the control of motility, which enables food
to pass through the GI tract. In the brain and central
nervous system it is involved in the modulation of mood,
appetite and sleep.
Avisae OptimALL Nutrition™ bliss™ adaptogen mist
delivers its benefits via a simple, flavorless oral spray
which can be used at any time of day.
Product Features
• The effectiveness of bliss™ on sleep has been
demonstrated in a clinical trial.*
• 52 subjects were randomly assigned in double-blind
fashion to receive bliss™ (27 subjects) or a placebo (25
subjects) for 4 weeks. Compared to the placebo group,
the Bliss™ group:
•Had 8% less Tension
•Had 15% less Depression
•Had 25% less Irritability
•Fell asleep 33% faster
•Had 50% better sleep “efficiency”
•Had 40% better sleep “quality”
•Woke up 30% fewer times each night
•Experienced 24% more time in deep REM sleep
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
OptimALL Nutrition™ bliss™
adaptogen mist provides a
number of key benefits.*
•Improved Mood and
•Emotional Energy*
•Rejuvenated Sleep Patterns*
•Sharpened Mental Focus*
•Normalized Libido & Sexual
•Lessened Stress & Anxiety*
Made in the U.S.A. according to rigorous FDA GMP
• Free from preservatives, toxins, pesticides and heavy
• Soy Free, Gluten Free, GMO Free, Dairy Free
Ingredient Information
• Proprietary Seroctin blend (zea mays) protected by
seven US patents (US Patent Numbers 6667308, 7507731,
7521467, 7521468, 7524877, 7541356 and 7794761.)
• Purified water References
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.