About Seremolyn

By HighYa Research Team
Published on: Jun 18, 2015

Seremolyn is a mood enhancement and relaxation supplement that’s claimed to help facilitate your body’s natural serotonin production and boost mood, decrease anxiety, combat depression, reduce obsessive thoughts, improve energy levels, and give yourself an improved sense of peacefulness.

In order to accomplish this, Seremolyn is claimed to supply your body with a steady stream of amino acids that act as chemical precursors to serotonin, along with other ingredients that may improve your mood, including:

  • Vitamin D3 1000IU
  • Niacin 30mg
  • Vitamin B6 20mg
  • Magnesium 40mg
  • L-Tryptophan 400mg
  • 5-HTP 150mg
  • Mood Blend 450mg: Valerian Root Extract, Chamomile Extract, Lemon Balm Extract, Jujube

According to the supplement’s website, Seremolyn is manufactured in the USA in a FDA-inspected and GMP certified laboratory.

In order to begin experiencing these benefits, the company claims you simply need to take 3 capsules daily with a meal. In fact, to date, the manufacturer claims that Seremolyn has been used by more than 20,000 people, making it “the highest-rated mood enhancement pill.”

Is Seremolyn’s Ingredients Effective for Improving Mood?

Overall, there are some studies showing that insufficient vitamin D levels can play a large role in the development of seasonal affective disorder (SAD). However, unless you’re deficient, vitamin D supplementation is unlikely to cause any benefits.

On the other hand, chamomile and lemon balm may be effective for treating anxiety.

However, there appears to be insufficient clinical evidence showing that niacin, vitamin B6, magnesium, l-tryptophan, 5-HTP, valerian, or jujube can provide any of the benefits claimed by Seremolyn’s manufacturer.

Side Effects Related to Seremolyn’s Ingredients

Despite this lack of proof, the majority of Seremolyn’s ingredients should be well tolerated by most individuals, although the most commonly reported side effect is digestive upset.

However, keep in mind that chamomile is in the same family as marigolds, which might cause allergic reactions for sensitive users, and that niacin can cause flushing.

Most importantly, tryptophan is classified as “possibly unsafe” when taken orally, due to over 1500 reports of eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome (EMS), which has resulted in 37 deaths.

What’s the Link Between Seremolyn & OptiMind?

Next, about halfway down on the Seremolyn website, a customer review is featured from “Joel,” which the manufacturer claims is related to OptiMind

Clearly, this is a typo, but it’s fairly strong evidence that Seremolyn and OptiMind are made by the same company. Or, at the very least, their sites were created by the same developer, who made a really big mistake.

A screenshot of Seremolyn's websiteIs Seremolyn & OptiMind manufactured by the same company?

Watch Out for Arbitration

Finally, keep in mind that by placing an order on the Seremolyn website, you’ll automatically be bound to an arbitration agreement should you experience any damages from using the supplement.

Ultimately, this means your legal recourse will be severely limited, including becoming part of a trial by jury or class action lawsuit.

Are Customers Happy with Seremolyn?

Despite the fact that Seremolyn’s URL has been registered since December 2014, there were very few legitimate online customer reviews for the supplement. In our opinion, this calls into question the legitimacy of the manufacturer’s claim that more than 20,000 customers have used it.

There were 2 customer reviews on Amazon at the time of our research, with an average rating of 4 stars. While both reviewers claimed that the supplement worked (at least on some level), one came from an account with only 2 reviews, both of which were posted within a relatively short time period, and both of which were for similar affiliate-promoted products. These are often signs that it may be fake.

What we did find though, were several affiliate-created fake review websites (like this example), which are usually intended to appear legitimate, but are nothing more than hype-filled marketing pieces from the manufacturer.

From a company perspective, Seremolyn’s manufacturer is based out of Los Angeles, CA, although they weren’t listed with the Better Business Bureau and no additional information was available online.

Seremolyn Pricing & Refund Policy

Seremolyn is available in 3 different packages:

  • 1 Bottle: $49.85 plus $9.95 S&H
  • 3 Bottles: $99.70 plus free S&H
  • 5 Bottles: $149.55 plus free S&H

Regardless of which package you choose, Seremolyn comes with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges and a $5 per-unit restocking fee.

In order to request a refund, you’ll need to contact customer service at 888-317-8177.

Can Seremolyn Improve Your Mood?

Chopping to the point: Considering the lack of clinical evidence showing that most of Seremolyn’s ingredients work as advertised, as well as the manufacturer’s questionable marketing practices, it’s our opinion that Seremolyn’s high price is far out of line with any benefits you can realistically expect to achieve from using the supplement.

As such, if you’re suffering from a persistent lack of energy, depressed mood, or are constantly on edge, we’d recommend speaking with your physician about more effective treatment options.

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