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Earth Friend Herb Co
Mood-EaseNatural Mood Management
- Ease Mood Imbalance - Lift out of Dark Moods
- Improve Seasonal Moods from Lack of Sunlight
- Improve Serotonin to Feel Uplifted and Balanced
Mood-Ease helps where there is a problem with serotonin uptake.
Chronic low moods are commonly caused by a disturbance in the natural chemical balance of the body.
The herbs in Mood-Ease have been used historically to reestablish healthy metabolic stability with a lessening of feeling down – both acute and chronic – by supplying necessary organic nutrients needed to maintain a well-balanced metabolism.
Mood-Ease is also useful for seasonal low moods, where the amount of sunlight affects the serotonin uptake levels, as the days grow shorter.
All herbs are certified organically grown, or wildcrafted in ecologically clean environments. Grain alcohol tincture with distilled water and vegetable glycerine.
|Common Name||Latin Name|
|St. John’s Wort||(Hypericum perforatum)|
|Cedar Berries||(Juniperous monosperma)|
|Black Cohosh||(Cimicifuga racemosa)|
|Blue Cohosh||(Caulophyllum thalictroides)|
|Blue Vervain||(Verbena officinalis)|
|Dong Quai||(Angelica sinensis)|
|Elder Berries||(Sambucus nigra)|
|Ginger Root||(Zingiber officinale)|
|Hawthorn Berries||(Crataegus laevigata)|
|Juniper Berries||(Juniperous communis)|
Directions for Use
Take 20 drops 3 times per day.
Best taken away from food. Or at least five to ten minutes before meals.
Take directly in mouth. Follow with water.
Do not mix in water or any other liquid.
For Seasonal Low Moods
In addition to one half dropper three times daily, up to two extra doses may be taken during the short months of the year.
If you are currently on medication for chronic low moods, you must notify your doctor that you are taking Mood-Ease, as the need for medication may lessen. Your doctor can help you with this. Never cut down or end any prescribed medication without first consulting your doctor. And do not mix with medications without your doctor’s approval.
Lessen low moods, both acute and chronic.