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Best Natural Supplement for Depression

Posted by Daniel Pluck on

If you are looking for a natural treatment for depression, you want something that is quality-controlled, potent and has the right mix of ingredients.

From our research we have analysed that the best natural supplement for depression must include:

  • 5-HTP
    (5-hydroxytryptophan) from Griffonia simplicifolia extract. 5-HTP is used by the brain to make serotonin, the brain's natural "feel good" neurotransmitter. By increasing serotonin levels, 5-HTP promotes a positive outlook.

  • Rhodiola
    Rhodiola is an adaptogenic herb that can significantly increase serotonin activity. Rhodiola also increases the activity of two other mood-related neurotransmitters. Within a few days, Rhodiola may help provide increased energy and motivation, reduced anxiety, and elevated feelings of confidence and optimism.
     

 

 

 

 

 

  • Hyperforin from Hypericum
    St. John's wortHyperforin, the active ingredient in St. John's wort, acts as a reuptake inhibitor of the brain's natural "feel good" chemical messengers: serotonin & GABA. AMORYN provides the same hyperforin-rich St. John's wort extract used throughout Europe. 
  • Other supporting nutrients
    Such as B Vitamins; B6, B12, Folate, Selenium, Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)


The best supplement for depression that we have found which includes all of the above as well as stringent quality-control and potency is Amoryn.

Amoryn mood boosterWe have sourced it and made it available here at the best price as we applied for and got accepted as the exclusive distributors of it here in New Zealand & Australia, supplying the Asia-Pacfic region (we have regular customers in Malaysia, Singapore and beyond!).


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  • Some of the most popular natraul products for helping with mood are St. John’s Wort, SAMe, 5-HTP (or Tryptophan), Rhodiola Rosea, and some stress-relievers like GABA or L-Theanine can help, too.Aside from supplements, you can also try going out and doing things you enjoy, spending time with friends, or even having a good cry. If that’s not enough to help, maybe talking it out with a trusted friend or an objective third-party person (like a counselor).Just remember, even though you might feel bad, it’s never as bad as it may feel. Everyone goes through tough times and we can all get through it sometimes we just need a little extra help Good luck!

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