Tic Tamer™ for Muscle Spasms & Jerking

Natural medicine for symptoms of vocal, physical, and nervous tics in children and adults


Safe for All Ages | Gluten Free | Lactose Free | Vegetarian

Natural Treatment for Symptoms of Involuntary & Nervous Tics

Should you find yourself wondering how to stop muscle twitches, consider Tic Tamer™ from Native Remedies®. This powerful homeopathic formulation helps with temporary muscle spasm relief for tics such as uncontrollable movements of the face, head, shoulders, hands and feet, as well as common tic triggers. Using a unique, proprietary blend of four highly diluted and scientifically selected natural substances, Tic Tamer™ provides an effective and safe choice for temporarily relieving symptoms of involuntary motor and verbal tics while promoting a feeling of calm.

Tic Tamer™ is vegetarian-friendly and contains no artificial colors, added gluten or preservatives. Taken internally, it is available in a convenient, concentrated tincture formula. Since homeopathic remedies have no known side effects or interactions with other medicine or herbal supplements, this remedy is also safe to use for all ages. For additional support, Triple Complex Calm Tonic™, a homeopathic medicine for temporary relief from stress or worry, is a great complementary remedy to Tic Tamer™.

To ensure the safety of Tic Tamer™ and to provide the highest-quality, most effective product, all Native Remedies® homeopathic medicines and biochemic tissue salts are manufactured in a FDA-registered and cGMP-compliant pharmaceutical facility under the supervision of qualified homeopaths and responsible pharmacists. Individual ingredients are listed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS).

For more than 200 years, homeopathy has been used to provide relief for a broad array of symptoms from a number of health conditions. It uses the premise of like-treats-like to help address specific symptoms, utilizing natural ingredients to provide temporary relief from the same symptoms that they would cause at full strength.


  • Homeopathic medicine for temporarily relieving symptoms of involuntary motor and verbal tics.*
  • Promotes feelings of calm addressing tic triggers and exaggerated focus on tics (which can cause frequency).*
  • Helps reduce occasional sudden, involuntary actions such as muscle spasms.*
  • Helps to soothe temporary uncontrollable movements of the face, head, shoulders, hands, and feet.*
  • Relieves rapid shrugging, eye blinking or darting, head jerking, and tongue clicking.*

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Symptoms of Involuntary & Nervous Tics

Nervous tics typically develop in children around age 5. Many tics are transient, meaning they will disappear after a few weeks or months. But sometimes these tics can persist longer, becoming a life-long problem into adulthood. Nervous tics are repeated involuntary contractions of one or more muscles. Many parts of the body can be affected, but tics most commonly occur in the muscles of the face, arms and shoulders. These involuntary jerking motions generally occur in sudden, rapid bouts.

Common motor nervous tics include excessive blinking, grimaces of the face and uncontrollable jerking movements of the arms, legs or feet. Less common motor tics involve snapping the fingers, banging on objects and compulsively touching other people.

Vocal tics include the involuntary and repeated production of sounds, like sniffing, grunting, throat clearing, coughing or repeating words or phrases.

Unlike voluntary muscle jerking, nervous tics can be very difficult to control. Some people manage to suppress them for a short time, but that requires a lot of concentration and can quickly become an exhausting exercise. Suppressing tics can be described as trying to suppress a sneeze. Once released, most people can feel a sense of relief. Attempting to control or suppress nervous tics by willpower alone can be extremely frustrating and may increase a state of stress or anxiety, exacerbating the condition.

The cause of nervous tics is not fully understood. However, most research agrees that a number of factors seem to play a role, including genetics, dietary deficiencies, anxiety and other environmental factors such as stress, fatigue, illness and excitement or over-stimulation.

Other Treatments for Symptoms of Involuntary & Nervous Tics

While living with or caring for someone who exhibits nervous tics can be challenging, remember that most nervous tics resolve and disappear within a year of onset. In the meantime, consider these tips on how to stop twitching and make managing symptoms of nervous tics easier:

  • Understand how tics affect your child or patient, and make changes at home, school or work to best accommodate them.
  • For children, try not to draw too much attention to their tics. Doing so could make the child feel stressed, potentially worsening the situation.
  • Keep a record of your child's or patient's tics, being sure to note when they get worse and the events surrounding them. This could help identify triggers to avoid in the future.
  • Manage the stress and anxiety both you and your child or patient experience with exercises such as deep breathing or muscle relaxation techniques.
  • Exercise regularly to manage your own stress, and encourage your child or patient to join you. For children, sports and outdoor games are great ways of instilling a love of exercise that can ultimately help to reduce overall stress levels. For a caregiver and patient, consider chair yoga, walking or group classes that accommodate your patient's other needs.
  • Encourage your child or patient to eat a balanced diet that includes sufficient quantities of magnesium-rich foods, including green vegetables such as spinach and broccoli, as well as beans, peas, nuts and seeds.
  • Join a support group or reach out to others for help and support so you do not get burned out.


1. Leonard, Jayne. "Tic Disorders: Causes, Types, and Diagnosis." Medical News Today. June 16, 2017. Accessed April 01, 2019. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/317950.php.

What are the ingredients?

Tic Tamer™ is 100% homeopathic, contains these HPUS ingredients, and has the following indications (purposes): Chamomilla 12C, Cina 30C, Hyoscyamus 30C, Zinc met 30C.

  • Chamomilla 12C: oversensitive, hypersensitivity to pain.
  • Cina 30C: twitching and jerking, trembling.
  • Hyoscyamus 30C: tremulous weakness and twitching of tendons, cramps in calves and toes, every muscle twitches, involuntary muscular movements, shivering, tics.
  • Zinc met 30C: twitching, weakness, trembling and twitching of various muscles, continual movement of the legs and feet.
  • Inactive Ingredients: USP purified water, grain alcohol (20% by volume.)

How do I use Tic Tamer™?

Dilute drops in a small amount of water and sip slowly. Alternatively, drop directly into the mouth 3-5 times daily until symptoms subside.

Adults & children 12+: 0.5 mL.

Children under 12: 0.25 mL.

Tic Tamer™ is a homeopathic remedy and is safe for all ages. There are no known drug interactions.

Caution: If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a health professional before use. If symptoms persist or worsen, consult a health care professional. Keep this and all medicines from the reach of children. Avoid strong mint-flavored candy, as this may reduce the effectiveness of the remedy.

Tic Tamer™ can also be used concurrently with Triple Complex Calm Tonic™ to temporarily relieve symptoms of stress, worry and nervous tension, plus support nervous system health.

How long until I see results?

People can differ widely in their response times to natural remedies depending on individual makeup, lifestyle and diet. Some may experience a general feeling of wellness within days, while for others it may take longer before an effect is felt.

Often, as in the case of all good tonics, a gradual improvement is felt over time. Best results are achieved when Tic Tamer™ is used consistently along with a healthy lifestyle.

How long will a bottle last?

One 59mL bottle of Tic Tamer™ will last approximately 30 days. Exactly how long a bottle lasts will depend on the frequency of use.

*Usage claims for this product are based on Homeopathic Materia Medica, a system of medicine practiced around the world for over 200 years. There are no current federally recognized clinical or scientific studies in regards to the efficacy of this product or homeopathy in general. The practice of homeopathic medicine is not accepted by all medical experts. These 'Uses' have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product has not been clinically tested by Silver Star Brands, Inc.
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