Anxiety can absolutely destroy your life. Whether it’s mild, moderate, or god forbid, severe anxiety, it takes a massive toll.
Having anxiety makes it difficult to pick up girls, to build a social circle, to enjoy your life, and to be happy…so you want to eliminate it as soon as possible.
There’s a number of different routes you can take, from anti-depressants to lifestyle changes like working out and meditating, but one simple, effective, and almost instant cure is to take supplements that act on your neurotransmitters.
I’ve tried every single one of these supplements for anxiety, and I believe that they will work for 99% of you guys. That being said, some people respond better to certain ones.
You’ll ultimately have to experiment and try these out for yourself; but if you do so in conjunction with taking cold showers, meditating, and exercising regularly, you can expect to eliminate your anxiety to almost zero.
I figure that I’ll start out with the one I discovered most recently—and yes, that’s spelled correctly. It’s called Xanix, a pun off of the well-known anti-anxiety drug, Xanax.
Xanix is made by Primeval Labs, the same company that I recommend you buy legal steroids from (I discuss this in Body of an Alpha). It’s got a powerhouse lineup of anxiety-crushing, nervousness destroying ingredients:
All of these work in conjunction to not only eliminate anxiety, but also leave you with a nice euphoria…and best of all? It’s not chemically addictive. I’ve personally taken it on multiple occasions, and what I like best is you can use it as a sleep aid, or as an anti-anxiety supplement.
The 5-HTP is a precursor to serotonin, which makes you happy. The L-Threonine is converted into glycine by the body, which slows down the central nervous system (AKA stops anxiety). The Taurine and Tyrosine? They’re powerful amino acids that eliminate anxiety.
What’s interesting about this one is the Humanofort, however—Humanofort is a cutting-edge embryonic matrix developed in Eastern Europe, which increases testosterone, boosts growth hormone, and reduces cortisol.
In other words, it’s basically anti-anxiety and muscle growth in one. All in all, I highly recommend Xanix—it’s actually pretty cheap, too. You’ll get 90 doses from one container, because the recommended dose for anxiety is 1/3 a scoop.
***Note: Xanix is no longer available for purchase. In its place, I recommend New Mood by Onnit.
This is Victor Pride’s company. For anyone who’s been living under a rock for the past 5 years, Victor Pride is a blogger, entrepreneur, and fitness expert who tells it like it is—so when he came out with a new supplement company, I was dying to try his products out.
I have to say, I was NOT disappointed with Red Monkey. It’s got a great mix of ingredients, but the “all star,” that really shines through is the Phenibut.
Phenibut was created in the 1960’s by soviet chemists. During the space race, they were desperately searching for a chemical to give their astronauts, in the even of an emergency, that wouldn’t make them too drowsy to function.
They wanted something that would act quickly, so that if there was an emergency, the astronauts would be able to manage it with low stress. But, they also didn’t want it to eliminate cognitive function or make you drowsy, because, you know, flying a $100 million spaceship while you’re doped up isn’t a great idea.
So eventually, they developed something called Phenibut—for those of you who are struggling with social anxiety, this will be an absolute godsend. Just 2-4 pills, a cup of coffee, and you’re ready to go game anxiety-free in a few hours.
When I take Red Monkey I feel like I’m on cloud 9—nothing bothers me. I don’t get the same euphoric effect as Xanix, but rather I just feel zero anxiety. What I like about it, as well, is that I’m still mentally able to focus and function, which is often very rare for anxiety supplements.
If you’re trying to fall asleep, I recommend taking 4-8 pills on an empty stomach. If you’re trying to go out and learn game, I recommend you take 2-4 pills on an empty stomach, with a cup of black coffee. Don’t take this stuff more than twice a week though, because you can develop a tolerance very quickly.
Depending on your neurochemistry, some people respond either very well to this, or not very well at all. Personally, I don’t respond very well to GABA.
I have no idea why this is, but when I take GABA I actually get MORE anxious. Some people, however, claim that GABA is a godsend. They just pop 1-2 pills and half an hour later they’re as calm as a sleeping baby.
Personally I don’t have much to say about this one, because it doesn’t work for me, but for those of you who will benefit from GABA, it basically works by inhibiting neurotransmitter function in the brain. In other words, it stops anxiety.
Users who benefit from GABA claim that just 1,000 milligrams is enough to end even the worst of panic attacks. Me, I’m a lot more skeptical.
Again, that’s because I don’t respond well to GABA, for whatever reason, but if you suffer from anxiety it may be a supplement for you to try out.
I wasn’t going to recommend Kratom in this article, because I’m in the middle of testing out some different sources, but it’s just so damn good at squelching anxiety that I figure I’ll give it a shout out.
Kratom came seemingly out of nowhere, but in the past 2 years it’s exploded into being one of the most popular anti-anxiety and mood-boosting supplements on the market.
It hails from the region of Southeast Asia—Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the like. It’s a leaf that’s ground up into powder, mixed into water, and consumed by the locals of said countries. Technically that’s illegal here in the USA, but you can buy it for “research purposes,” of course.
Personally, when I use kratom, I find it so much easier to get work done. My mood is way better, I suffer from nearly zero depression, and best of all, I’m calm and relaxed. I typically use 3-5 grams at once, but depending on the strain, it can vary.
There’s three strains of Kratom—slow, moderate, and fast. Personally, I’m a big fan of slow and medium strains, because they have the biggest effect on your mood. I’m already a fairly high-energy person, so I don’t need a fast strain of kratom to give me more energy.
Regardless, is you’re looking for something to eliminate anxiety and simultaneously give you a nice euphoria, Kratom is a great bet.
One thing to watch out for is that it does tend to make you sleepy, so I wouldn’t take it on the same days you’re going to the gym. But, if you’re doing any sort of repetitive, menial work, or even more intellectually challenging work (like blogging), Kratom is a great ally.
All in all, these supplements will have you on cloud 9, completely free of anxiety. They’re some of the best supplements for anxiety that I know of, and coming from someone who’s tested $1,000’s worth of supplements, that’s saying something.
Be sure to use the Red Monkey sparingly—Phenibut can be physically addicting. As for the others, however, there’s really no limitation. It may be a good idea to cycle kratom and Xanix for 2 week periods (2 weeks on, 2 weeks off), but I’ll leave that up to you.
Notable mentions were L-Theanine and Kava, but in my experience L-Theanine is too sedating, and Kava can often times cause the opposite effect (make you more energetic and more anxious). Out of these, Xanix is my favorite, and next is Kratom.
If you guys have any questions, comments, or concerns, be sure to let me know. And, as always, I’ll see you next time!
Jon Anthony is a world renowned dating coach and the founder of Masculine Development, a website specifically dedicated to helping men improve their personal, dating, and financial lives. After years of training men how to attract women, build muscle, and make more money, Jon created the "7 Strategies" program to help kickstart your journey to success. Jon firmly believes that every man should have control over his own life, and he created Masculine Development to share his passion with men who want success in all areas.