Herbal-Based Dietary Supplement Supports Children with Tourette Syndrome
Well-Known Child Psychiatrist Praises Product
Content sponsored by NatureKue
Rockville, MD – September 22 – Today NatureKue introduced TSupport, a dietary supplement for children ages 5 to 18 with Tourette Syndrome. This supplement is for those parents who want to provide everyday support for tics to allow them to return to their normal, daily lives.
“The key to TSupport’s effectiveness is our 5-Ling Formula, a proprietary polyherbal formulation of natural ingredients for which there is scientific evidence that it helps relieve the symptoms of Tourette Syndrome in children,” said Dr. Henry Sun, CEO of Tasly Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a supplier of NatureKue. “The 5-Ling Formula helps improve brain function, focus and concentration, supports control over tics and spasms, and helps relieve stress, frustration and fatigue.”
The availability of TSupport is good news, because Tourette Syndrome – a neurodevelopmental disorder that becomes evident in early childhood or adolescence, affects 1 out of every 160 children between the ages of 5 and 17 in the United States, according to the Tourette Association of America.
5-Ling Formula’s Key Benefits
NatureKue’s 5-Ling formula is a proprietary polyherbal formulation of Paeoniae Radix Alba (Baishao), Gastrodiae Rhizoma (Tianma), Ganoderma (Lingzhi), Scutellariae (Huangqin), Tribuli Fructus (Jili), Uncariae Ramulus Cum Uncis (Gouteng), Polygoni Multiflori Caulis (Shouwuteng), Ziziphi Spinosae Semen (Suanzaoren), Schisandrae Chinensis Fructus (Vinegar Steamed, Wuweizi), Arisaema Cum Bile (Dannanxing), and Gardeniae Fructus (Zhizi).
These key ingredients, combined to form the 5-Ling formula, help:
- Support control over tics and spasms
- Improve brain function
- Maintain focus and concentration
- Relieve stress, frustration and fatigue
- Maintain normal function of the body for daily activity
Clinical Study of 5-Ling Formula
TSupport’s 5-Ling formula, called “5-Ling Granule” (5LGr) was the subject of a clinical study in 2008-2011. In “A proprietary herbal medicine (5-Ling Granule) for Tourette syndrome: a randomized controlled trial,” 603 participants with Tourette Syndrome were randomly assigned to treatment with 5LGr, Tiapride (a drug that selectively blocks D2 and D3 dopamine receptors in the brain) and a placebo over a period of about eight weeks to treat tic disorder, a symptom of Tourette Syndrome.
The interventional clinical study concluded that “the clinical efficacy of 5-LGr is comparable to tiapride in reducing tics; its safety profile is better than tiapride; and that 5-LGr can be considered a safe and effective therapy for TS.”
In an email to NatureKue, Dr. James Leckman, M.D., a well-known child psychiatrist and a Neison Harris Professor of Child Psychiatry, Psychology and Pediatrics at the Yale School of Medicine, wrote, “I spoke again this morning with the adult patient with severe Tourette Syndrome. He reports that he is experiencing a reduction in the urge to tics thanks to TSupport. He is quite hopeful that he will be able to continue taking the TSupport at least for the next month or two.”
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