What Is Relora? Everything You Need to Know about the Supplement

Jenna Hilton
June 7, 2023

Relora is a supplement commonly used for stress relief. In the United States, the six leading causes of death have one common trigger – stress. Acute stress is necessary for life and helps us survive, learn, and grow. Small amounts of stress are necessary for survival, but daily prolonged stress can have serious consequences. If stress becomes a chronic condition, quality of life becomes reduced and the risk of becoming seriously ill increases.

There are many ways to manage long-term stress, and it usually takes a combination of efforts to improve the situation. These efforts include finding time to unwind, regular exercise, a balanced diet, and dietary supplements that address stress, such as Relora.

Continue reading to learn more about Relora, its potential benefits, and how to take it for the best results.

Relora, the natural supplement for stress relief

‌What Is Relora?

Relora is a patented blend of two herbal remedies – Magnolia officinalis and Phellodendron amurense. Both are extracts of tree bark that have been used for thousands of years in Chinese and Eastern medicine to relieve stress, anxiety, digestive problems, muscle tension, and more.

Relora belongs to the group of adaptogens – herbal pharmaceuticals that promote relaxation. Users consider it one of the best supplements for stress reduction.

Magnolia officinalis has two primary active ingredients: honokiol and magnolol. Phellodendron amurense contains berberine. Research has shown these ingredients support the body’s hormonal response to stress.

Note: Hormonal imbalances can develop anxiety. Read our article to find out which hormones cause this condition and how can you stop hormonal anxiety.

Benefits of Relora

Relora and its ingredients have extensive research data to back up their beneficial effects on our well-being. Some of the Relora benefits include*:

  • Reduces cortisol and daily stress
  • Improves mood
  • Fights fatigue
  • Increases physical strength and energy
  • Combats stress-related food cravings
  • Improves sleep

Note: Learn more about using Relora for sleep issues.

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.

‌Who Should Take Relora?

Relora is a natural, plant-based remedy that is safe for most people. It is particularly helpful for people with chronically elevated cortisol levels and stress-related conditions, including:

  • Sleep problems
  • Fatigue
  • Emotional overeating
  • Weight gain
  • High blood pressure
  • Heart problems
  • Problems with concentration
  • Depression
  • Anxiety

Note: If you are struggling with anxiety but hesitant to try Relora, learn more about alternative natural supplements for anxiety.

Due to its ability to prevent stress eating, Relora has also been praised by patients for its effectiveness against adrenal fatigue - a lay term for a combination of symptoms caused by chronic stress.

Consult your medical provider before taking any new supplement, especially if you have a health condition or take medications.

What Is the Best Way to Take Relora?

Relora is taken as a supplement in the form of capsules or tablets containing either pure Relora or Relora with supporting vitamins. Health experts recommend starting with one capsule twice daily, in the morning and evening, with or without meals. Some manufacturers suggest taking three tablets per day.

The best way to take Relora is to follow the instructions on the product label or your health provider’s recommendation.

Relora Dosage

Relora tablets usually contain 250-500 mg of the proprietary Relora blend. Follow your doctor’s recommendation about the suitable dosage for your condition.

‌How Long Does It Take for Relora to Work?

Patients usually take Relora for at least four weeks. Studies show a significant reduction in stress, anxiety, and sleep issues within this period.

The effects of Relora are unique to each patient. The supplement may take longer to show results with more difficult conditions.

To alleviate the symptoms of stress and improve health, patients need to combine Relora with other stress-relieving techniques, including exercise, a balanced diet, meditation, social connection, etc.

‌Side Effects of Relora

Relora is generally safe for healthy adults. If they occur, Relora side effects are mild and include:

  • Drowsiness
  • A slight decrease in blood pressure
  • Allergic reaction

Should Anyone Avoid Taking Relora?

The medical community hasn’t found any absolute contraindication for taking the supplement. However, it is not recommended for pregnant and lactating women because of the lack of safety data for this group. Also, consult your medical provider if you take blood clotting or psychiatric medications because Relora may interact with them.

Relora Supplement Cost

At Vibrant Skin Bar, Relora supplements cost $40 per bottle and contain 60 capsules. Vibrant Relora also contains energy-supporting B vitamins: thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pyridoxine HCl (B6), folate (B9), and cyanocobalamin (B12).


Our hectic, modern world is full of challenges and stressors. It is important to identify these challenges and be proactive so that the stress caused doesn’t lead to serious disease. Taking a multi-factorial approach is always best and adding a supplement can be an easy and effective solution.

Supplementing with Relora is a great way to support our stress-relieving efforts because it effectively reduces cortisol, inhibits food cravings, and improves sleep, helping patients reach a more relaxed and positive state of mind.

Jenna Hilton
Jenna Hilton has been a practicing PA since 2009, specializing in Family, Internal Medicine and Medical Aesthetics. She attended Arizona State University where she received her Bachelor's Degree and graduated magna cum laude. She received her Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies from A.T. Still University.

Jenna has been injecting neurotoxin and dermal filler since 2013. She received certification as a Master Injector in 2017 through Empire Medical in Los Angeles, California. She is currently working on a Fellowship Program in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Her special interests include use of PLLA, Ablative/Non ablative skin resurfacing, PDO threads, hormone therapy and nutritional therapies to improve cellular regeneration and medically supervised weight loss.

Jenna Hilton believes in a multi-factorial approach, considering internal factors that accelerate aging and disease development. She always enjoys teaching. She co-founded Vibrant EDU courses at Vibrant Skin Bar and regularly performs one-on-one training with fellow injectors. She teaches Aesthetic and Advanced Injectable Courses at National Laser Institute. She has been named Preceptor of the Year and is an Adjunct Faculty Member at Midwestern University. She was born in Iowa, and lives with her husband and three children in Phoenix, AZ.

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