• THE SCIENCE OF
    CALM & FOCUS
    Safe and natural product developed to support
    daytime calm and healthy sleep habits
    in children/adults with autism.*
    • Supports day time calm
    • Promotes healthy sleep habits
    • No daytime grogginess
    • Gentle, natural ingredients
    • Safe for use in children
    • Easy dosing
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  • Natural Remedies
    Safe and natural product developed to support daytime calm
    and healthy sleep habits in children/adults with autism.*
    • Supports cognitive function
    • Gentle, natural ingredients
    • Safe for use in children
    • Easy dosing
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Focus Formulations Presents:

Introducing Cognition Focus

Cognition Focus contains antioxidants and amino acids that promote neurotransmitter production that supports communication of the nervous system needed for optimal language, social and cognitive function.

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Introducing Calm Focus

Calm Focus contains ingredients to promote the neurotransmitters that relax our system. A half dose is effective for daytime calm and a full dose at bedtime will support restful and restorative sleep without the risk of side effects.

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Recent Product Review

Cardiologist Jeunethen Huisman-Delahez, M.D., specializing in scientific nutrition and fitness, discusses the benefits of taking Calm Focus and Cognition Focus.

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