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Customized to incorporate Phenibut (known to reduce tension and relieve symptoms of anxiety and fear), St John?s Wort Extract (used for a variety of conditions including insomnia and depression), Theanine (amino acid found in Green Tea that promotes a calm, relaxed state) as well as numerous other ingredients in order to create this proprietary blend of mood enhancing components.?Bring the JOY back to your life!

  • Enhances Mood

  • Increases Energy Levels

  • Helps Restore Balance

  • Promotes Well-Being

Lithium carbonate - anti-manic mechanism results from an increase in intraneuronal metabolism of catecholamines via alteration of sodium transport, confers protection against ischemic and aluminum-induced neuronal injury and improves neuronal signalling pathways.

Acetylcysteine - an amino acid that is instrumental in the formation of our bodies most powerful antioxidant, glutathione, that helps to restore the redox imbalance in many psychiatric disorders. Additionally, it attenuates dopamine and glutamate dysregulation and may reduce inflammatory markers such as IL-6, CRP, and TNF-alpha.

Passion Flower Extract - reduces anxiety through modulation of the GABA-system without causing sedation

Rhodiola rosea Extract - an adaptogenic herb that enhances resistance to stress (stress response reactions, adaptation to new environmental conditions, and tolerance of hypoxia) through various neurological mechanisms, including modulation of serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine neurotransmitter systems.

Bacopa monnieri Extract - an Ayurvedic herb that contains potent antioxidant molecules known as saponins. It has been shown to enhance memory and increases the concentration of reduced glutathione and enzymatic antioxidants like superoxide dismutase, catalase and glutathione peroxidase.

Hericium erinaceus extract - a common edible medicinal mushroom also known as Lion's Mane has been shown to promote hippocampal neurogenesis (maturation and functional integration of newborn neurons into the hippocampal circuitry) accompanied by mood-modifying effects

St John's Wort Extract - contains several bioactive substances, including hypericin, hyperforin, and flavonoids, that have an affinity for neurotransmitter systems known to be relevant in depression disorders, including activity at GABA, NMDA, and serotonin receptors.

S-Adenosyl methionine - also known as SAMe, this sulfur0containing compound is involved in many important biochemical mechanisms including single carbon, or methyl, cycles. It may improve depressed mood via enhanced methylation of catecholamines and increased serotonin turnover, reuptake inhibition of norepinephrine, enhanced dopaminergic activty and increased phosphatidylcholine conversion.

Theanine - a neuroprotective amino acid found in Green Tea that promotes a calm, relaxed state. It confers anti-inflammatory and protective effects in the brain, stomach, and liver and may be converted into the primary inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA.

Pyridoxine - Vitamin B6 is a coenzyme involved in numerous metabolic transformations of proteins and amino acids, including transamination, decarboxylation, desulfurization, synthesis, and cleavage. B6 is required to coordinate with B9 to metabolize homocysteine to protect against oxidative stress.

Methylfolate - methylated, or bioactive, form of Vitamin B9 is a methyl-group donor and is important In the formation of nucleic acids, red blood cells and hemoglobin that transports oxygen to tissues. This form of B9 is required to coordinate with B6 to metabolize homocysteine and to keep oxidative stress under control.

Methylcobalamin - the biologically active, or methylated, form of B12 is important in nucleic acid formation and other cellular functions such as cell division, cell replication, and homocysteine metabolism.

Cholecalciferol - Vitamin D3 facilitates the maintenance of normal calcium and phosphate concentrations via intestinal calcium and phosphate absorption, mobilization of calcium from bone, and reduction of calcium and phosphate excretion in the kidneys. It is also implicated in the biosynthesis of neurotrophic factors, contributing to neuroprotective pathways with increased glutathione and reduced NO, and involvement in neurotransmitter synthesis including acetylcholine and catecholamines.