Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension
Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension
Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension
Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension
Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension
Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension
Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension
Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension
Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension
Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension

Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension


Relaxeril™ is a reliable muscle relaxant supplement that actually works!

It combines high doses of ancient traditional herbs and essential nutrients that have been scientifically shown to provide support with:

  • Sore & stiff muscles
  • Muscle cramps, spasms & tension
  • Deep & long-lasting sleep 

Relaxeril™ is a safe and healthy way to manage muscle stiffness while supporting a good night’s sleep!

Fast-Acting Support For Muscle Cramps, Spasms & Tension 

Are your muscles stiff, sore, or cramping up when you least want them to? Then use Relaxeril™ to give you the relaxing support you need.

Most other muscle relaxants contain general “stress relieving” herbs that haven’t actually been scientifically proven to aid specifically with muscle tension.

Relaxeril™ is different. This highly effective muscle relaxer was scientifically engineered to specifically support sore muscles and muscle spasms. It contains only essential nutrients and natural herbs that have been shown to work (and NO magnesium stearate)! 

You’ll get a high dose of magnesium and calcium - known to be vital to maintain healthy muscle function. When your body becomes deficient of these nutrients, it contributes to muscle cramps and stiffness.

Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension

Long-Lasting Relaxing Sleep Thanks To Traditional Sedatives

You’ll also get a large dose of the natural herbs like valerian root, passionflower and chamomile. All of these remarkable plants have been traditionally used in ancient cultures as powerful relaxants and sedatives. 

Not only do these ingredients help you relax your muscles. They’re also known to help you sleep better - promoting deep, healthy and long-lasting sleep.

Relaxeril™ provides you with optimal doses of the most relaxing ingredients nature has to offer to provide you with optimal results - and none of the downsides. No drowsiness or grogginess. Just an effective muscle relaxer that actually works!

Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension

Safe & Effective

VitaMonk's products are formulated by licensed doctors and manufactured in state-of-the-art facilities following strict GMP compliance standards.  

Be confident you are only getting the highest quality ingredients that backed by science to give you the nutritional support for stiff muscles you are looking for.

Relaxeril™ - Advanced Natural Muscle Relaxer Supplement - Ease Unwanted Tension
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Muscle Relaxers

RelaxerilTM has been designed to support muscle relaxation and also provides a sedative effect to help you rest. In doing this it is able to aid the healthy function of skeletal muscle and to help relax muscle tension and spasms. It contains several key ingredients that may support healthy neuronal signaling in the muscles, these include: Calcium, Magnesium, Valerian root powder, Passion flower extract, and chamomile extract. 

People who are suffering from muscular related issues or from sports injuries often find that the use of a muscle relaxer can help to support the recovery of their musculoskeletal health. 

A muscle relaxer works by interfering with the transmission of nerve signals involved in muscle contraction. Through inhibiting the excitement of motor neuronal signals the use of muscle relaxants may help to prevent spasms in the muscle tissue. A reduction of muscle tension may help to lower strains exerted on nervous tissue by tight muscles, and may therefore help to support spinal, back, neck, and limb health.

The Role of Calcium and Magnesium Ions in the Muscle 

Calcium (Ca2+) and magnesium (Mg2+) electrolytes are present in the extracellular fluid. It is therefore not surprising to learn that they are able to influence muscle contraction and have a role in the blockade of muscle relaxants [1]. Magnesium has been reported to inhibit muscle twitching in a dose dependent manner, whereas low levels of calcium are associated with a decrease in muscle twitch tension [1].

Calcium is known to play a key role in the regulation of muscle contraction. There are two main muscle regulatory systems: Actin linked and Myosin linked [2]. The former is under the control of the regulatory proteins troponin (a calcium binding protein) and tropomyosin; while the myosin motor protein cannot function correctly in the absence of calcium [2]. This is because calcium can bind to myosin and thus play a direct role in its regulation.

Calcium channels are also reported to have an important role in the control of smooth muscle function, and thus may also play a role in the regulation of muscle groups that are not under voluntary control [3].

Most of the proteins involved in muscle contraction are regulated via Ca2+ binding sites. Magnesium ions are able to compete with calcium for these binding sites. Thus the concentration of free Mg2+ in the muscles has a direct effect upon the ability of Ca2+ to bind to the action site of muscle regulatory enzymes [4]. 

There is a strong correlation between the presence of magnesium and muscle cramping. A low level of magnesium in the serum has been reported to increase the incidence of cramping in pregnant women and in people suffering from cramps in their calf muscles at night [5 – 7]. 

Valerian Root Powder

Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) is a flower that has been used as a medicinal herbal tincture since at least the time of the ancient Greeks [8]. The root of this plant has been reported to have sedative effects. Valerian root tea has been traditionally used to aid sleep [9]. 

It has a mild sedation effect, and is often used in herbal products to aid sleep [8]. It is unclear how Valerian acts at the biological level, and its sedative effects are thought to result from a combination of many of its active constituents, as opposed to being from one component alone [10].

There are two main categories of compounds thought to facilitate the plant’s sedative effects, these are the volatile oils and the iridoids (valepotriates). The latter group has been shown to act as sedatives in vivo, but without the presence of other Valerian components the valepotriates are quickly broken down [8]. 


Chamomile tea is a herbal drink that has been traditionally used as a remedy for muscle spasms [11]. It is also taken by many as a flavorsome alternative to traditional teas. The teas and extracts usually used as herbal remedies are derived from Matricaria chamomilla (Wild/ German chamomile) as opposed to the more commonly grown garden plant English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile).

The plant is a rich source of bioactives, and contains 28 terpenoids and 36 flavanoids [12]. The use of chamomile has been reported to relax smooth muscles and to help prevent their spasm [11].

Chamomile tea also contains a glycoside bioflavonoid known as apigenin, this is known to have a sedative effect, and may help to promote calmness [13].

Passion Flower 

The Passionflower (Passiflora) family comprises over 500 species, many of which have ornamental, food, and traditional medical uses. Its extracts are often used in herbal preparations because of their potential sedative effects [14]. 

In addition to its use as a sedative to aid sleeping, components found in passionflower may also help support stress and anxiety, support the menopause, and help maintain a healthy blood pressure. 

One of the key bioactive components found in passionflower is chrysin. This component is thought to aid the body’s response to anxiety via its sedative effects [15]. 

Further Reading 

  • NIH: Guide to Valerian {} 
  • University of Maryland Medical Center: An overview of the uses of Passionflower {} 
  • Linus Pauling Guides
    • 1) Calcium {}
    • 2) Magnesium {} 
  • El Paso / Austin Cooperative Pharmacy Program & Paso del Norte Health Foundation: Chamomile Herbal Safety {}

Citations, Reviews, Reports, Abstract, and References

[1] Okamoto. Effects of magnesium and calcium on muscle contractility and neuromuscular blockade produced by muscle relaxants and aminoglycoside. Masui. 1992 Dec;41(12):1910-22.

[2] Szent-Györgyi. Calcium regulation of muscle contraction. Biophys J. 1975 Jul; 15(7): 707–723. doi: 10.1016/S0006-3495(75)85849-8

[3] Hill-Eubanks et al. Calcium Signaling in Smooth Muscle. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol. 2011 Sep; 3(9): a004549. doi: 10.1101/cshperspect.a004549

[4] Potter et al. Magnesium and the regulation of muscle contraction. Fed Proc. 1981 Oct;40(12):2653-6.

[5] Garrison et al. The effect of magnesium infusion on rest cramps: randomized controlled trial. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 2011 Jun;66(6):661-6. doi: 10.1093/gerona/glq232.

[6] Hantoushzadeh et al. Serum magnesium levels, muscle cramps, and preterm labor. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2007 Aug;98(2):153-4.

[7] Garrison et al. Magnesium for skeletal muscle cramps. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2012 Sep 12;(9):CD009402. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD009402.pub2.

[8] Valerian: Fact Sheet for Health Professionals. Available onine at []

[9] Bent et al. Valerian for sleep: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Am J Med. 2006 Dec;119(12):1005-12. 

[10] Hendriks et al. Pharmacological screening of valerenal and some other components of essential oil of Valeriana officinalis. Planta Med. 1981 May;42(1):62-8.

[11] Srivastava et al. Chamomile: A herbal medicine of the past with bright future. Mol Med Report. 2010 Nov 1; 3(6): 895–901. doi: 10.3892/mmr.2010.377 

[12] McKay and Blumberg. A review of the bioactivity and potential health benefits of chamomile tea (Matricaria recutita L.).

[13] Avallone et al. Pharmacological profile of apigenin, a flavonoid isolated from Matricaria chamomilla. Biochem Pharmacol. 2000 Jun 1;59(11):1387-94.

[14] Krenn et al. Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata L.)--a reliable herbal sedative. Wien Med Wochenschr. 2002;152(15-16):404-6. 

[15] Speroni et al. "Role of chrysin in the sedative effects of Passiflora incarnata L." Phytotherapy Research (United Kingdom) (1996).

How can I prevent Leg Cramps?

The tightening of muscles in the leg, especially in the calf, can lead to problems sleeping. Effective natural ways to help lower incidences of night leg cramps include stretching the back of your legs before going to bed, staying well hydrated throughout the daytime, using inserts in your shoes to help correct posture (and aid foot and leg health), and using loose bed covers. 

What Are Muscle Spasms?

A muscle spasm is an involuntary contraction of a muscle(s). This often results in a cramping up of the muscle. Stretching out the muscles can often alleviate this cramping. 

What Causes Muscle Spasms symptoms?

The contraction of muscles is under control of the nervous system. Underlying cause of incorrect nerve signalling that may lead to a spam occurring include a poor diet that is lacking in minerals and electrolytes such as calcium and magnesium, poor hydration, bad posture, muscle fatigue, and the menstrual cycle.

Are electrolytes good for preventing muscle spasms?

Yes. We recommend our electrolyte supplement product FortiLyte as it contains potassium and magnesium, both of which are known to play a role in muscle health.

In addition to taking Relaxeril capsules, what are some other ways to support muscle and skeletal health?

Many people find that a good massage or physiotherapy can greatly relieve tension in the muscles. Being active is also helpful as movement can help to keep muscles loose. Going to a chiropractor can also be of great benefit in alleviating stress and tensions in muscles in the back and neck.

Muscle Spasms vs. Pulled Muscles?

A pulled muscle results from tearing, straining or injuring a muscle. After the event it can take a long time for the body to repair the muscle.

What is muscle spasticity?

This is a condition in which muscles are contracted continuously.

What foods should I include (or avoid) in my diet to help support muscle health?

It is important to avoid foods that are reported to increase inflammation of muscle tissue such as coffee, sugar rich foods, trans fats, and alcohol. Foods beneficial for muscle development and repair include whole eggs, fish oil, salmon, nuts, red meat, olive oil, flax seeds, yoghurt, green vegetables (especially spinach and broccoli), fruits (oranges and apples), tomatoes, green tea, and oats. 

How do you relax a muscle spasm?

The ingredients included in the VitaMonk RelaxerilTM product have been selected for their muscle relaxant and sedative properties, and thus may help to relax the muscles.

What essential oil is good for muscle relaxer?

Peppermint oil is thought to be an excellent muscle relaxant and may help to sooth sore muscles. 

What is a muscle relaxer used for?

To help with problems caused by tight muscles and muscle spasms.

What is the best natural muscle relaxer product?

As VitaMonk uses the finest quality ingredients available we feel that we offer the best product for sale on the market. 

Where can I buy Relaxeril?

You can purchase it online right here on the VitaMonk store, or it is also available for sale on Amazon. 

Is this product suitable for vegetarians?

Yes, our supplements are fine for vegetarians. They are also gluten free.

What are the details on free shipping?

We offer free shipping on all purchase orders of $35 and over.

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