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Contains 350 capsules (232g)
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Contains 11.5 oz (330g) of powder
The friendliest collection of feel good herbs known and used worldwide for elevating mood, relaxing nerves, and giving an overall sense of well being. Stimulants like coffee and energy drinks burn out adrenals and of course alcohol, smoking and drugs have negative side effects. Stressed? Here’s some guilt free, all natural happy time.
One of the world’s most renowned herbs, Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb that provides energy and a rejuvenating lift while at the same time calming and soothing the nerves. Chemically, it’s very similar to ginseng, yet seems to be superior in relieving stress. Great for treating exhaustion caused by both physical and mental strain, including stress-related ulcers and nervous exhaustion. It helps boost thyroid hormone and adrenals to prevent stress-caused thyroid burnout. Ashwagandha is a great aphrodisiac, increasing libido and performance. Ashwagandha rejuvenates and helps nourish the tissues, particularly muscle and bone, adrenals and reproductive system. Historically used for fatigue, impotence, memory, anxiety, insomnia, respiratory disorders, nervous disorders, gynecological disorders, male infertility, impotence, nerve impulses, sex-enhancing, erectile dysfunction, female and male fertility, inflammation, cancer, increases hemoglobin, improves circulation, nutrient absorption, liver and kidney tonic, clears the mind, strengthens the nerves, and promotes restful sleep, improves memory, lessens graying of the hair, increases performance in athletes, balances hormones, hypertension, anti-aging.
A serotonin reuptake inhibitor. This prevents serotonin from being reabsorbed from the nerve synapse, prolonging serotonins’ antidepressant effects.
Source of the neurotransmitter serotonin, supports proper adrenal function, enhances nutrient absorption. Lowers blood sugar, increases insulin sensitivity due to chromium content. A complete B complex, C, D, calcium, chromium, cobalt, copper, iron, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon, sulfur, tin, trace minerals, zinc, bioflavonoids, saponins, acetylcholine and serotonin. Used to increase energy, it’s considered a tonic to the adrenals, kidney, and liver. Regulates the intestinal flora. Has a regulatory effect on thyroid function. Helps with adrenal function to prevent stress induced thyroid dysfunction.
High in tryptophan, good for depression, insomnia and an aphrodisiac.
Banana peels are high in mood-boosting, feel-good serotonin, a neurotransmitter derived from tryptophan. Speaking of tryptophan, banana peels are high in this compound too. Tryptophan is an essential amino acid that’s often prescribed in supplement form to treat sleep problems.
One of nature’s finest antioxidants and stimulants, it stimulates everything in the body, including circulation to the head, so it’s good for memory and age-related problems. Components in rosemary actually prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine in the brain, a key brain chemical for memory. It’s a good antidepressant because of strengthening effect on the nerves, helps stimulate digestion, menstrual flow, helps low blood pressure, stimulate hair growth, adrenal glands, great for depression, headaches, vertigo, dizziness, increases bile (helps liver, gallbladder), helps stimulate waste to move through body thus eliminating stagnant food from a sluggish digestive system.
Good for heart and lungs- improves circulation and respiration and increases dopamine levels so you’ll feel good.
A common feel-good food, green tea contains the amino acid theanine, which has a calming action on the body. Theanine helps to counter the stimulant action of the tiny amount of caffeine in green tea.
A non essential amino acid that converts readily into 6-carbon glucose, a prime brain nutrient and energy source. Supplements rapidly improve memory retention, recall, concentration and alertness. Glutamine helps mental performance in cases of retardation, senility, epileptic seizure and schizophrenia. It reduces alcohol and sugar cravings, protects against alcohol toxicity, and controls hypoglycemia.
A flower herb that’s a great source of the amino acid tryptophan, which is converted into the neurotransmitter serotonin. Relaxes and makes you feel good. Great for stress and peaceful sleep.
Calms the nervous system, lowers blood pressure, increases libido.
Counteracts stress, emotional instability, depression, calms hyperactivity, cramps. is necessary for good nerve function, proper sleep, increases energy production through ATP, stimulates over 325 enzyme reactions, reduces blood pressure, irritability, insomnia, headaches, migraines, increases DHEA, hormone production, helps rebuild nervous system.
A nutritious root vegetable from high in the Andes in Peru used by Incas for more than 1500 years to increase endurance, mental clarity, sexual desire and ability, reduce physical and mental stress, balance hormonal irregularities, alleviate symptoms of menopause, chromic fatigue, depression and stress, as well as boost fertility. There are almost 60 phytochemicals in a single root with a brain powering amino acid profile and includes minerals, sterols, fatty acids, a full array of vitamins, saponins, complex carbs (the “good” carbs), proteins and more. Maca is a hormone balancer and an adaptogen (which is a food that boosts the body’s ability to deal with stress and disease).
Supports all aspects of nerve health including neuropsychiatric disorders and epilepsy. Works as a natural diuretic, especially in premenstrual edema. Controls acne, promotes beautiful skin, relieves morning sickness and is an anti-aging factor. Protects against environmental pollutants, smoking and stress. Oral contraceptives, thiazide, duiretics, penicillin and alcohol deplete B6. Deficiency results in anemia, depression, lethargy, nervousness, water retention and skin lesions. B6 supports the functioning of over 60 enzymes, protein metabolism, production of insulin, adrenaline, eases PMS and menopause, reduces stress.
The brain needs lots of minerals and seaweeds are the highest source. Great for balancing nerves and rebuilding just about every bodily function imaginable.
Sometimes called Poor-man’s Opium, wild lettuce is a great hormone builder. Helps support liver function.
All herbal formulas from Markus Products are non-GMO, organic or sustainable, and wildcrafted. “Sustainably wildcrafted” means harvested by hand, from virgin wilderness far from civilization. For example: pine needles from Shasta, California, Mallow and Lambsquarters from Durango, Colorado, and Gubinge Kakadu Plum harvested by tribal natives in the Australian outback. We go out of our way to get you the most pristine, rare, pure herbs possible, no matter the cost! No herbs are from China, all products are assembled/packaged here in America in an FDA-approved facility.
I’ve been doing your happy time. Wow! I’m happy all day long. I even had the courage to walk out on a toxic relationship. My daughter says that I smile way more, and that she enjoys seeing me be this happy. I plan to start her tomorrow on it. I can’t wait to start more of your stuff! Thank you so much.