Mood-liftnutrix is a specialized Bionutrix herbal preparation specially formulated by physicians at Bionutrix for the treatment of emotional disorders. In this special formulation, the effect of St. John’s wort is further enhanced by the biomolecule called phophatidylserine (fos-fa-ti-dil-seer-een). Phosphatidylserine is not a drug or an herb, but a biomolecule derived from soybean lecithin. It is naturally produced by the brain itself and revitalizes the cognitive functions of the brain. In fact, phosphatidylserine significantly reduces depression based on the Hamilton rating scale and significantly improves anxiety scores and memory loss associated with depression.

Supportive in:

  • Depression and other mood disorders;
  • Anxiety;
  • Eating disorders;
  • Use as an Antiviral agent (inhibits growth of the AIDS Virus).

Active Ingredients:

  • St. John’s wort 300mg;
  • Phosphatidylserine 15mg.

Directions: One capsule three times daily, or as directed by your physician/health care professional.

Caution: DO NOT use during pregnancy or while nursing unless directed by your health care professional

Prolonged and high dose (1800 mg. per day) consumption of St.John’s wort may render the skin photosensitive especially in individuals who are already sensitive to sunlight. Therefore persons taking St. John’s Wort should avoid excessive exposure to sunlight, tanning lights or UV sources.

Also anyone on any prescribed psycho-active medication should consult with their physician before combining it with St. John’s Wort.

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