Factor Three


Factor Four

DHEA Forte

Factor Five


Factor Six


Factor Seven


Factor Ten


Factor Twelve


Factor Fifteen








Natural Anti-Depressant and Stress Reduction

Non-Narcotic Natural Calmative

 for the management


Stress, Anxiety, Depression

 & Insomnia*



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purpdot.gif (897 bytes) Individuals experiencing acute stress, anxiety, depression, or restlessness.
purpdot.gif (897 bytes) Individuals experiencing insomnia and common sleep disorders.
purpdot.gif (897 bytes) Patients suffering from stress related fatigue syndrome.
purpdot.gif (897 bytes) Type A hyper-sensitive individuals unable to relax or "enjoy life".

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For overall tension and nervousness, take 1 to 2 capsules with breakfast or lunch as needed.

For stress, anxiety, or mild depression, take 2 capsules with breakfast and 2 capsules with lunch or dinner.
For insomnia, take 2 capsules with dinner and 1 or 2 capsules at bedtime as  needed.  
For spasm, take 4 capsules twice daily for two days, then one to two capsules daily as needed.

Product may be taken without food.




There are no known contraindications when taken in recommended dosage, however, patients should not use anti-depressant or other sedative drugs in combination with Factor Six unless spaced 2 or more hours apart.





Synthetic antidepressants and sedatives are addictive and exhibit extremely harmful side effects. By far, the SSRI's (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors) are the most commonly used group. They increase the levels of serotonin in the brain.


The side effects for muscle relaxants are similar to anti-depressants with the exception that, while they are less addictive, they may be habit forming. The most common two classes of sedatives are benzodiazepines and barbiturates.


Some of the more serious adverse reactions and side effects to these drugs include liver failure, convulsions, hallucinations, suicide tendencies, nausea, insomnia, psychosis, mania, sexual dysfunction and weight gain.


Unfortunately, because they are addictive, anti-depressants and sedatives can induce mild to severe withdrawal symptoms, called SSRI Discontinuation Syndrome. It is therefore important to withdraw extremely slowly from SSRI anti-depressant drugs, usually over a varying time period and under the supervision of a qualified specialist.


SSRI's are split into two categories - long acting and short acting. Prozac, for example, is a longer acting SSRI. Paxil, Effexor, Zoloft and Luvox are short-acting. They produce no metabolites that help the medication stay in the body for an extended period and withdrawal symptoms are usually more severe.


The shorter acting SSRI's, when discontinued or when the dosage is lowered, interrupts production of the key neurotransmitter acetylcholine. (Acetylcholine is the neurotransmitter used more when a person is under greater stress.) To reduce the interruption of acetylcholine, in addition to slow titration of the drug, it is necessary to add supplementation in the diet, in particular choline, lecithin, and B complex.


The B vitamins, especially B-6, will help sustain your brain's current levels of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine while the choline and lecithin supplements will help increase the level of available choline the brain uses to make acetylcholine while the titration and discontinuation protocol is under way. This is believed to be somewhat true of sedatives but to a lesser extent. 


SSRI Discontinuation Syndrome is not considered dangerous, and most people find that it subsides within a few days to a few weeks.1 However, the symptoms vary dramatically. In most cases, symptoms are relatively manageable, and no specific treatment is needed.


TITAN LABORATORIES DOES NOT DISPENSE MEDICAL ADVICE. The protocol developed for weaning the patient off anti-depressants is intended solely to assist both the practitioner and patient in making informed choices:


Month One. Take regular dosage of drug. Also take 2 capsules twice daily (am & pm with or without food) of Factor Six: Sommaserene. Be sure to space dosages two to three hours apart from the ingestion of synthetic drug.


Consider dietary changes during this period. Egg yolks are one of the best dietary sources of lecithin/choline. Other excellent sources of dietary choline are beef steak, liver, organ meat, spinach, soybeans, cauliflower, wheat germ, peanuts, and brewer's yeast.  


Month Two. Reduce dosage of synthetic drug while maintaining the above dosage level of Factor Six: Sommaserene.


The patient should ask his prescriber if a special dose is available for the specific purpose of weaning down. Some pharmaceutical companies are now manufacturing and offering them in sample form.


Consider adding supplementation to the diet including choline, lecithin, and B complex tablets/capsules.


Month Three. Take reduced dosage of drug every other day while taking 2 capsules twice daily (am and pm with or without food) of Factor Six: Sommaserene.


Month Four. Take reduced dosage of drug every third day while maintaining above dosage level of Factor Six: Sommaserene.


Month Five & Beyond. Discontinue drug and follow label dosing directions for Factor Six: Sommaserene.



Two Capsules Equal:


Calcium (as Calcium citrate)*

Magnesium (as Magnesium glycinate)*
Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine HCL)

Valerian root (standardized to 0.8% total valerenic acid)
Passiflora incarnata (flowers)
Hops strobiles (Flower) 4:1 extract
L-Tryptophan (amino acid)
Gotu Kola (Centellia asiatica) (Aerial parts)
Biozyme-10 Proprietary Blend:
Banana fruit powder
Betaine HCL (98%)

Papain 2000 USP units/mg
Bromelain 600 GDU/Gm

Fungal Amylase 5000 SKB/Gm

Lipase 1000 FIF/Gm

40 mg

29 mg
100 mg
10 mg

300 mg
250 mg
200 mg
200 mg
75 mg
75 mg


*All mineral amounts shown are elemental.


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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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