Dr. Amen Serotonin Mood Support Natural Supplement to Enhance Your Mind, Memory and Mood Description
Serotonin Mood Support helps fight sad & negative feelings that can be overwhelming. This powerful supplement provides nutrients to balance serotonin levels in your brain, helping to brighten your mood. Serotonin Mood Support can help you stay calm and feel balanced through those times of irritability. Serotonin Mood Support was designed using the latest clinical research combining 5 ingredients.This unique mood nutraceutical combination includes vitamin B6, fully active folate (methylfolate), and 5-HTP to aid in the production of neurotransmitters like serotonin, as well as a high dose of fully active Vitamin B12 (methylB12); which has been linked to have better control over mood, behavior, and mental clarity. One ingredient in Serotonin Mood Support is a patented extract of saffron called Satiereal. Saffron has been shown to provide mood benefits in clinical trials and also shown to reduce food cravings in a clinical trial.From the Manufacturer:BrainMD products are manufactured in GMP certified facilities in North America and tested for purity and potency. We take great care in formulating all of our products to source the best ingredients, at safe and powerful doses, without unnecessary additives.Serotonin Mood Support does not contain milk/dairy, gluten, wheat, yeast, eggs, corn, artificial colors or flavoring.Take a total of 4 capsules of Serotonin Mood Support daily, in divided doses just before meals, or as recommended by a nutritionally informed physician. 30 doses in each bottle.Not recommended for use in women who are nursing or pregnant. Do not use this product if currently taking an antidepressant or monoamine oxidase inhibitor medications.Keep out of reach of children. Store at room temperature in a dry place. Do not use if clear neck seal is broken or missing.These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.