Clinical Mood Modulator (60 capsules)




Many people experience negative moods, which can range from boredom to frank depression, anxiety, isolation and restlessness. Temporary changes in mood are common and do not necessarily require nutritional or drug management. In modern society, stressful life events are common and people are increasingly approaching such stresses with relaxation responses, such as Yoga, Tai Chi, martial arts, hypnosis, body work and meditation. Positive lifestyle changeconbats dysfunctional moods.

There is no doubt that adverse lifestyle precipitates mood changes and it is known that people who smoke or drink excessively are prone to episodes of depression. Therefore, before anyone discusses natural approaches to mood elevation, one must reinforce the impor- tance of exercise, good diet and other lifestyle issues in the promotion of healthy and stable moods.

The most common and significant of all mental disorders and mood altering states is depression of variable severity. Individuals with depression can experience a wide array of symptoms. These symptoms of overt depression tend to include several of the following:

  • Sleep disorder, insomnia or excessive sleeping
  • Major appetite change with weight gain or weight loss Physical inactivity or too much activity
  • Loss of pleasure or interest in day-to-day activities, e.g., sex Feelings of fatigue or energy loss
  • Excessive guilt or sense of worthlessness Poor ability to remember, think or concentrate
  • Thoughts about harming oneself or dying

Depression itself can range from mild to severe, and many people are taking antidepressants and tranquilizers without exercising first line simple gentle health options. Anyone with a mood disorder should first consider the correction of adverse life events or poor diet, the depressing effect of some drugs, hormonal changes, allergic reactions and other common diseases.

People with significant changes of mood or prolonged disturbances of mood should not self-medicate and people who are taking medications for mood disorders, e.g. antidepressant drugs are strongly advised not to mix dietary supplements with drugs, without the supervision of their healthcare professional.

There are many different nutrients, herbs or botanicals that can be proposed for the nutritional support of normal body function of mood regulation.

Evidence-based nutrients and botanicals form the basis of the formula of CLINICAL MOOD MODULATOR™:

  • Inositol
  • St. John’s Wort
  • Mucuna Pruriens
  • Soy Lecithin
  • Vitamin C
  • Panax Ginseng
  • L-Theanine
  • Vitamin B6
  • Folic Acid
  • Selenium


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