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    13 of The Most Effective Mood Stabilizers in Natural Medicine

    Pharmaceuticals prescribed for mood are among the most dangerous due to their side effects and high toxicity to brain chemicals and hormones. Medicinal plants and natural nutrients are extremely effective in promoting neurotransmitter balance while promote relaxation. Here are 13 of the most effective mood stabilizers in natural medicine.

    Unlike pharmaceuticals, natural mood stabilizers:

    Treat effectively or prevent manic symptoms;
    Won’t aggravate depressive symptoms, and improve or even preventing depressive symptoms;
    Stabilize moodswings, suppressing manic phases but not inducing depression and curing depressive episode while not causing mania;
    During supplementation with natural mood stabilizers, there are no major side effects or complicated states such as mixed episodes of mania and depression, mixed multiple mental diseases, and rapid mood cycling and shifting;
    Won’t increase suicide risk or psychosis.


    1) Ginseng (See more details at link)

    2) DMG (Dimethylglycine) (See more details at link)

    3) 5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan) (See more details at link)

    4) Lavender (See more details at link)

    5) St. John's Wort (See more details at link)

    6) L-Threonine (See more details at link)

    7) Kava Kava (See more details at link)

    8) SAM-e (S-Adenosylmethionine) (See more details at link)

    9) GABA (See more details at link)

    10) R-Alpha Lipoic Acid (See more details at link)

    11) Passion Flower (See more details at link)

    12) Winter Cherry (See more details at link)

    13) Arctic Root (Rhodiola Rosea) (See more details at link)

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    A 14th might be theanine - an amino acid found in green tea.

    Lots of Internet information about it and readily available as a supplement.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theanine

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnabetts View Post
    A 14th might be theanine - an amino acid found in green tea.

    Lots of Internet information about it and readily available as a supplement.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theanine
    Excellent John! Thank you.

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    I remember St Johns Worth made me Flush .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirvaso2013 View Post
    I remember St Johns Worth made me Flush .
    Did it? Yeah I can't handle SAM-e it makes me feel all nervous and jittery. Everybody responds differently to things. That's SO important to know.

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