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Now Foods 5-HTP 100mg 120 Capsules

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Now Foods 5-HTP 100mg 120 Capsules

5-Hydroxytryptophan, better known as 5-HTP is an amino acid our bodies produce naturally. 5HTP is used by our bodies to produce serotonin a chemical messenger that sends signals between nerve cells. 5-HTP is generally thought of as being a supplement that helps support a positive sense of wellbeing, however some users report it helps with dieting and weight loss as well. Now Foods 5HTP contains 100mg of 5-HTP per serving and comes with 120 capsules in each bottle. 

Now Foods 5-HTP Product Highlights

  • May Aid Weight Loss by Helping Increase Feelings of Fullness
  • Supports Positive Sense of Wellbeing
  • Promotes Sleep by Increasing Melatonin Production
  • Provides Neurotransmitter Support
  • Vegan & Vegetarian Friendly
  • Non-GMO


Take 1 capsule daily. For best results take on an empty stomach near bedtime. 

Now Foods 5-HTP 100mg 120 Capsules Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Capsule

Servings Per Container: 120

5-HTP 100mg

(5-hydroxytryptophan) (from Griffonia simplicifolia Extract) (seed)

*Daily Value Not Established

Other Ingredients: Rice Flour and Hypromellose (cellulose capsule)


For adults only. Do not take if you are pregnant or nursing. Store in a cool dry place after opening. 


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Weinberg-Wolf H, Fagan NA, Anderson GM, Tringides M, Dal Monte O, Chang SWC. The effects of 5-hydroxytryptophan on attention and central serotonin neurochemistry in the rhesus macaque. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2018;43(7):1589-1598. doi:10.1038/s41386-017-0003-7