If an Herb Would Help, Would You Use It?
Many people wake up in the morning with Ugh! Another day to drudge through while others with awakens with Wow a new day what wonderful things will happen today?
Over the years I have been able to connect the difference to sunlight (I do feel better on bright, sunny days), and to mineral balance: acidity makes me anxious and agitated, alkalinity makes me depressed and apathetic. I have figured out for myself what foods do that to me, and since I became Metabolic Typing Advisor, I have been helping others do the same. It may be hard to believe, but food is a very powerful mood modulator.
Mainstream symptom-oriented medicine is chasing push-button changes: do this one thing in this specific situation, and you will get a (specific) predictable outcome. Thats not how it works in the real world.
For instance they have been testing St. Johns Wort (Hypericum) as a treatment for depression. Sometimes it works, sometimes it does not. To me that seems obvious. The herb is a mood elevator, not an anti-depressant.
St. Johns Wort in Magic (magnesium) Oil has helped relieve nervous disorders and emotional imbalances by lifting a person above the issue. The drops are much more effective than just the plain herb because theyre extracted using a full-strength magnesium solution in Energized Water. In this combination, you get nutrients that ordinary solutions may not, and the synergistic effects will shift your mood fast.
I can feel it immediately, and it usually puts a smile on my face within minutes. A single drop to a dropper full, under the tongue, is the best general application. You can also apply it topically to the palms of the hands or soles of the feet.