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  • 5-HTP

    Posted on November 11, 2012 in Natural Mood Enhancers

    If you’re like millions of other people, you know what it’s like to be under stress. With increasing demands and what seems like less and less time to meet them, it’s not unlikely that stress is a loyal (and unwelcome) companion in your life. In addition to being a nuisance, constant stress can actually cause some negative physiological effects. Excessive stress has been proven to deplete serotonin levels and alter the chemical balance in y ...
  • Passion Flower

    Posted on November 11, 2012 in Natural Mood Enhancers

    Many people are familiar with the light, sweet flavor of passion fruit; few are aware that this popular fruit comes from the passiflora, or passion flower, a plant rich in medicinal value and health benefits. The passion flower, with its vibrant purple petals and tentacles surrounding a bright yellow center, was discovered in the middle of the 16th century by Spanish explorers during an expedition to South America. Interpreting the flower’s str ...
  • St. John's Wort

    Posted on November 11, 2012 in Natural Mood Enhancers

    One of the most widely used herbal supplements in the United States, St. John’s Wort has a loyal following among those who suffer from a variety of ailments. Records show that St. John’s Wort was used as early as hundreds of years B.C., by the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean. In addition to early use as a medical treatment for everything from skin injuries to sciatica, St. John’s Wort was also thought to have magical properties; ...
  • Tryptophan

    Posted on November 11, 2012 in Natural Mood Enhancers

    For those who suffer from a chronic condition like depression, anxiety, or insomnia, it can feel like nothing will ever make life feel right again. Mood-related disorders can be overwhelming, and are usually very difficult to treat with behavioral therapy. Because these conditions are caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain, the most effective courses of treatment involve some type of ingested compound that can alter chemical levels in the br ...
  • Chamomile

    Posted on November 11, 2012 in Natural Mood Enhancers

    Chamomile has been a highly valued and widely used herb for centuries. Ancient Egyptians relied on chamomile as a remedy for many common ailments, and crushed its flowers for cosmetic use. It was so greatly regarded by the people of ancient Egypt, chamomile extract was a main ingredient in the highest quality embalming oil reserved for preserving their beloved pharaohs. The tart, fresh smell of chamomile, reminiscent of the apple blossom, inspire ...
  • Rhodiola Rosea

    Posted on November 11, 2012 in Natural Mood Enhancers

    The mention of Siberia is almost sure to evoke images of isolation, harsh winter conditions, and frigid, barren landscapes. It might therefore be surprising to learn that this region in northern Asia is also home to a remarkable plant that has unknown potential in maintaining human health. Rhodiola rosea, often referred to simply as “rhodiola”, is a hardy, lush herb that thrives in regions with cold climates. While rhodiola can be found in th ...
  • Sleep and Stress

    Posted on November 11, 2012 in Ways to Reduce Stress and Anxiety

    The average American adult gets between six and seven hours of sleep on a typical night. While that might sound like a perfectly adequate amount, it is probably less than what your body really needs. To maintain optimum physical, psychological, and emotional health, most experts agree that you need seven to nine hours of sleep each night. If your sleep schedule allows you less than seven hours of sleep, you are depriving your body out of almost a ...
  • Meditation and Stress

    Posted on November 11, 2012 in Ways to Reduce Stress and Anxiety

    Stress is a fact of daily life. For most people, it is a constant companion and a serious drain on energy, emotions, and general well-being. Whether you are struggling to succeed in school, climb to the top of your career field, raising children, or dealing with challenging circumstances like financial or health concerns in your family, the stress of your situation can weigh on you and overwhelm you until you feel helpless. Many adults suffer phy ...
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