Zembrin® is an evidence-based botanical supplement that has been thoroughly studied for safety and efficacy in comprehensive preclinical as well as clinical studies.

Zembrin® is experiential – its effects can actually be experienced. It has mood-enhancing, anxiety-reducing and cognitive function enhancing activities, all of which can be of benefit to healthy people suffering from stress. The unique signature of Zembrin® is ‘alert serenity’.



    • Combats stress, anxiety, and tension
    • Increases attention, focus, motivation, and concentration
    • Non-habit forming and non-drowsy


  • Zembrin® will quickly lift your mood and increase your focus and attention. I’ve spent years searching for a safe, natural mood lifter that I trust 100% and highly recommend. I was thrilled when I discovered Zembrin, the only patented extract of Sceletium tortuosum, a succulent plant known by the San Bushmen people of South Africa as “kanna.”For centuries, the San Bushmen have traditionally used Sceletium plants to enhance mood, relieve stress and anxiety, and combat fatigue. They’ve even used the plants to relieve thirst and hunger and soothe colicky babies. Zembrin, a unique extract of carefully selected Sceletium plants, increases the levels of serotonin and serotonin neurotransmission, which explains why it has been a favorite of the San Bushmen for hundreds of years.

    Zembrin’s alkaloids also inhibit phosphodiesterase 4 (PDE4), an enzyme in the body that regulates an important messenger substance in the cells of the nervous and immune systems called cAMP. By inhibiting PDE4, more cAMP is available, which has been shown to produce beneficial effects on mood in stressful situations.

    Zembrin increases attention, focus, and motivation

    Plus, Zembrin has been clinically shown to enhance cognitive function. In a randomized, double-blind clinical study, those taking 25 mg of Zembrin showed increased attention, focus, motivation, and concentration compared to a placebo. Best of all, there’s no evidence of tolerance or negative side effects. You get the full research dose in my mood-enhancing supplement.


  • Kanna is referred to as a hallucinogen, but does not appear to have this property when taken in isolation
  • Due to having high affinity for the serotonin transporter, it is plausible that Kanna can interfere with SSRI pharmaceuticals


  • None listed. Please consult with your pharmacist.

Other names

Kanna, Sceletium tortuosum, Kougoed


Source: Zembrin.com, http://www.plthealth.com/products/zembrin

Examine.com, http://examine.com/supplements/sceletium-tortuosum/

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