A Review of April's Club Calm Supplements

-If a product is marked with an * then it is a PR sample. This post contains no sponsored content-

April are a new supplement brand which launched in, you guessed it… April! They are 100% vegan, cruelty-free and gluten-free and they are also made in the UK. They offer a money-back guarantee and the option of a flexible subscription service or one-off purchase. They currently have three products available and these are Multi-Me which is a daily multivitamin, Glow Service which is vegan collagen to help your skin and Club Calm which is for anyone who is feeling a little stressed and wants to feel calmer and improve their mental wellness. 

All three supplements come in aesthetically pleasing packaging which is reusable. So if you decide to start up a subscription with April then you just refill your jar every month with their monthly refills which come in compostable pouches. April also offers free climate-compensated shipping. 

I chose Club Calm* to try as I’m already taking a couple of vitamins for other things (recommended by my doctor) so I thought I’d give Club Calm a try to see if it helps with my anxiety and general mental wellness. 

Club Calm* is priced at £14.95 per month or £16.95 as a one-off purchase and they contain Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12 and Magnesium to support your psychological function and contribute to an normal energy-yielding metabolism and reduce feelings of tiredness and fatigue. Vitamin B6 also contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity. 

To help calm your body and mind the supplements contain KSM-66 Ashwagandha and Extramel which have both been researched and developed for years and studied for their stress-relieving properties. The supplements also contain a formulated blend of Bladderwrack, Lemon Balm, Lavender, Rosemary Leaf and Chamomile which can help to support relaxation and help your mind and body to wind down. 

The instructions say to take 1-2 capsules per day, I kind of judged how many to take depending on my mood on the day. The capsules are big which could potentially be off-putting for some, however, I didn’t find it to be a problem as long as I had either a glass of water or some orange juice to take the supplement(s) with. 

I do feel like they helped to some extent but not enough for me to warrant £14.95 per month right now. However, let’s just say that they were definitely put to the test as I have been dealing with a number of stressful things recently.

I would still consider trying them again in the future and I would recommend them if you’re looking for natural supplements for anxiety and your overall general mental wellbeing. However, if you are struggling with your mental health and it’s affecting your day-to-day life then I would recommend that you speak to a doctor about it first.

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1 comment

  1. These sound interesting, it's always hard to tell if they actually work though!

    Corinne x