New Mood by Onnit

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New Mood by Onnit

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Serotonin has been shown to be a key neurotransmitter linked to mood, happiness, and positive outlook. Combining the two raw building blocks of serotonin, L-tryptophan and 5-HTP, with a converting catalyst, Vitamin B6, New MOOD provides the nutrients to help the body optimize serotonin levels.

Adding to the naturally relaxing effects of L-Tryptophan are a host of traditional herbs designed to help you maintain a state of peaceful calm. Magnesium is an essential mineral vital for muscle relaxation and Vitamin D3 which is increasingly deficient in our diets, has been linked to maintaining a positive mood. Ideal for when you are under stress, down in the dumps, or just need some refreshing sleep, New MOOD is safe for daily use.

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DEEPLY RELAXING HERBS

Valerian Root Extract

Valerian root, scientifically known as valeriana officinalis, is a hardy, perennial flowering plant that is native to Europe and parts of Asia. Valerian root has been used since the classical era of ancient Greece for restlessness.

Chamomile Flower Extract

Another widely used herb, the chamomile flower has long been sought for its calming properties.† The name translates from Ancient Greek as Earth Apple, for the pleasant aroma of its flowers.

Lemon Balm Leaf Extract

Lemon balm is a perennial herb in the mint family that’s native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean regions. Studies have shown lemon balm to be helpful to the body in maintaining a positive mood. In conjunction with Valerian, Lemon balm also assists with the reduction of occasional mental stress.

Jujube Seed Extract

The Jujube tree has its origins in China, but is now cultivated throughout the world due to the prized properties of both the fruit and the seed. The seed, in particular, is widely used for occasional restlessness.

OTHER INGREDIENTS

Vitamin D3

Ever feel happy after being in the sun? Vitamin D-3 is vital to maintaining proper blood levels of calcium and phosphorous, among many other important functions.† Recent evidence suggests that it is difficult for the body to maintain optimum levels of Vitamin D through sunlight and nutrition alone.

Vitamin B-3 (Niacin)

Opening up capillaries and blood vessels, Niacin allows the restorative power of oxygenated blood to cleanse and detoxify the system.†

Vitamin B-6

Pyridoxine (Vitamin B-6) is one of the body’s busiest vitamins, involved in an estimated 101 chemical reactions. One of its primary tasks is to aid in the manufacturing of amino acids and neurotransmitters, including serotonin.†

Magnesium

Magnesium is needed for hundreds of your body’s basic functions, including supporting your heart and nervous system health, and maintaining blood pressure levels already in the normal range. Supporting a sense of muscular and physical calm, magnesium is commonly used to combat occasional stress and restlessness.†

Tryptophan

L-Tryptophan is an essential amino acid found naturally occurring in turkey and other proteins. It is the building block for 5-HTP, the direct precursor of serotonin. However, it is also able to convert to melatonin, aiding restfulness and sleep.†

5-HTP

The direct precursor and metabolic intermediate of serotonin, 5-HTP is the best nutrient to optimize the body’s natural supply of serotonin.